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Identifying Strategies to Reduce Inequalities in STEM Education

Investing in early childhood education, offering hands-on classroom learning, and providing diverse role models are among the ways educators can encourage underrepresented students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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Professor Nam Ju Kim: Developing Powerful Technology Tools for Learning

Motivating students can be a difficult challenge for teachers, particularly in a time of online learning. That’s why Nam Ju Kim, Ph.D., assistant professor in the School of Education and Human Development’s Department of Teaching and Learning, is using advanced technology tools to find a solution.

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Dr. Matthew R. Deroo was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon CREATE Grant for $5,500

Matthew R. Deroo an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon CREATE Grant for $5,500 in support of his project "Learning with the Lowe: Leveraging University-Community Partnerships in Support of Students' Learning."

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Confronting Hate in America Today: Lessons from the Holocaust Studies Summer Institute

Teachers can play a major role in addressing the rising incidence of hate crimes in the United States, according to Dr. Mary Johnson, senior director, Facing History and Ourselves.

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Bryan Jones

Exceptional Student Education and Reading M.S.Ed., 2007

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