News Tag: Digital Signage

Friday, January 04, 2013

CSHPE professor Jan Lawrence and alumna Molly Ott co-author article in Review of Higher Education

Tags: digital signage, higher education, lawrence

CSHPE faculty member Jan Lawrence and alumna Molly Ott (PhD '11) co-authored an article titled "Faculty Perceptions of Organizational Politics" in The Review of Higher Education (vol 36, no 2, Winter 2013).

Friday, December 07, 2012

Susan Neuman's book nominated for outstanding book of the year

Tags: digital signage, literacy, neuman

Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance: Poverty, Literacy, and the Development of Information Capital, published by Teachers College Press, and authored by Susan B. Neuman and Donna Celano, has been nominated by Teachers College Press as outstanding book of the year (2012) to AERA and the American Prose Society.

Friday, December 07, 2012

Elementary Mathematics Laboratory featured in Detroit News

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Detroit News features SOE's teaching labs as unique and effective professional development for classroom teachers

Friday, November 30, 2012

Lisa Lattuca and Jan Lawrence project awarded phase one M-Cubed seed grant

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A project proposed by CSHPE faculty members Lisa Lattuca and Jan Lawrence, in partnership with Engineering colleague Cindy Finelli, was included in the first 50 projects to receive $60,000 seed grants in phase one of the M-Cubed program.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Dean Deborah Ball to be nominated by President Obama for National Science Board

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The 25-member board sets policy for the National Science Foundation, within a framework established by the administration and Congress, according to the NSB website. It also serves the president and Congress as an independent policy advisory board on science and engineering research.

Friday, November 09, 2012

Higher Ed Doctoral Candidate Julie Renee Posselt featured in Chronicle of Higher Education

Tags: current students, digital signage, expertise, higher education

Doctoral candidate in higher education Julie Renee Posselt's research was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education this week. Posselt has studied admissions practices in 11 highly selective Ph.D. programs in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. She shares some of her findings in this November 8 article in the chronicle.

Friday, November 02, 2012

Bob Bain and the Big History Project

Tags: bain, big history, digital signage, history

Bill Gates kicked off the Big History Project's educator beta program with a new page on his blog Gates Notes, noting the work of Bob Bain, associate professor at the University of Michigan School of Education, who designed the course for high schools.

Friday, November 02, 2012

Researchers at UMSOE and MSU find varied impact of Michigan Merit Curriculum on high school achievement

Tags: digital signage, dynarski, jacob, policy

The Michigan Consortium for Educational Research shows that tougher high school graduation requirements, which emphasize math and science, are linked to a slight drop in graduation rates among lower-achieving students and forced some students to stay in high school beyond the traditional four years.

Friday, November 02, 2012

Chauncey Monte-Sano’s book awarded prize from the American Historical Association

Tags: awards, digital signage, history, monte-sano

"Reading Like a Historian: Teaching Literacy in Middle and High School Classrooms" named one of American Association of University Professors Best of the Best at the 2012 ALA Conference

Friday, October 26, 2012

CCIRF receives Rackham funding for the fourth consecutive year

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Community College Interdisciplinary Research Forum (CCIRF) receives Rackham funding for the fourth consecutive year

Friday, October 26, 2012

Peter Bahr part of higher ed scholars group reviewing accountability

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Peter Bahr joins a group of scholars invited to investigate accountability in higher education, as part of project spearheaded and funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and organized by HCM Strategists. The project, called Context for Success, helps identify and and account for various ways to measures outcomes for postsecondary students.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Doctoral student Sarah Ketchen-Lipson is co-PI on U-SHAPE study

Tags: digital signage, doctoral, higher education

School of Education doctoral student a co-principal investigator on a study of university students’ attitudes toward eating and body image

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Susan Dynarski appointed to editorial board of Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis

Tags: digital signage, dynarski, higher education

Professor Susan Dynarski has been named to the editorial board of EEPA, an AERA journal that publishes research for those engaged in educational policy, analysis, evaluation, and decision making.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Jeffrey Mirel discusses teacher tenure on NPR's Marketplace

Tags: digital signage, history, k-12, mirel

Tenure began in the early 1900s, Mirel said, and "it gave teachers some job security in a world in which political allegiances mattered more than what you knew how to teach and your ability to teach it."

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