News & Events
C.A.R.E. Fair offers job opportunities that make a difference
Recent Education Policy Studies graduate wins a master's research award
Researchers' brief provides important context for landmark school district secession case
Minority students' disabilities less likely to be identified in U.S. schools
ASHE Presentations by Higher Education Faculty & Students
EPS Holiday Charity Fundraiser
Meet Lee Juarez, Academic and Enrollment Services Graduate Assistant
Tracing trends could lead to better public health education
Speaker to discuss 'The Color of Law'
Graduate students author journal article
Morgan named Eberly Faculty Fellow
Center for Education and Civil Rights examines integration among K-12 schools
Evensen-Lions in Recovery Scholarship Award supports students in recovery
Student Elijah Armstrong takes a stand for educational equity
New research shows reversal of Civil Rights era gains
Free event to examine diversity in K-12 schools
School choice policies may impact segregation and diversity of public schools
Research project changes lives in remote communities in Peru
Alumna dedicates career to American Indian education
College of Education well-represented at national conference
Doctoral candidate earns American Bar Foundation fellowship
Preview Days matches higher education master's students with graduate assistantships
Research first of its kind to study attendance patterns of rural students
College doctoral alumni among those honored during reunion weekend
Presentation to explain how immigration orders impact K-12 education
Study explores impacts of school choice on segregation
Heard on Campus: Andrew Grant-Thomas, co-director of EmbraceRace
College of Education students to perform in President’s Concert
Student group endows award
Doctoral student earns $20,000 dissertation grant
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