The Lynch School is home to faculty members who are leaders in many fields of education. They are often recognized for their accomplishments through the news media and awards. Below is a sampling of some recent faculty highlights.
On Thursday, April 24, 2008, Dean O’Keefe spoke at the White House Summit on Inner-City Children and Faith-Based Schools. Learn more »
Associate Professor David Scanlon has been named as a Fellow of the International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities.
Augustus Long Professor of Counseling Psychology Dr. Janet E. Helms has won the American Psychological Association’s 2008 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Research in Public Policy, and Associate Professor Lisa Goodman received the organization’s Bonnie R. Strickland and Jessica Henderson Daniel Award for Distinguished Mentoring. Read more »
Inside Higher Education interviewed Monan Professor of Higher Education Philip Altbach and the University of Toronto’s Jorge Balán about their new book, World Class Worldwide: Transforming Research Universities in Asia and Latin America. Read the interview »
In the Times Education Supplement, Professor Andy Hargreaves calls for a new educational vision that combines the successes of the past with today’s proven methods.
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Diverse Issues in Higher Education reported on the Lynch School’s seventh annual Diversity Challenge. Read the article »
Reuters reports on Professor Mariela Paez’s findings that Spanish-speaking bilingual preschoolers are struggling in both English and their native tongue. Read the article »