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Curriculum and Instruction News

Thu
Apr
26
UW-Madison Professor Emeritus Ken Zeichner is receiving an honorary degree from Syracuse University. Zeichner was a faculty member in the School of Education for 33 years and served as an associate dean for nine years. A news release from Syracuse University detailed Zeichner's accomplishments, research and his standing as a mentor, teacher, influential scholar and a strong advocate for K-12 public education while still offering insightful critique for improvement. Zeichner today is the Boeing Professor of Teacher Education at the University Washington in Seattle.
Mon
Apr
23
UW-Madison alumna Muriel Simms was featured by The Capital Times in an article headlined: "The Simms principle: Muriel Simms worked to make Lincoln Elementary a better place for kids of color." Simms earned her master’s degree in 1975 from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and a Ph.D. from the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis in 2002. Simms worked as the principal of Lincoln Elementary School from 1988 through 1994. As a principal, Simms worked to empower disadvantaged students, engage parents and had a philosophy of multicultural teaching and project-based learning.
Fri
Apr
20
The School of Education hosted its ​annual Partners in Education Banquet and Recognition Program on Thursday night, April 19, with this year's celebration taking place at Olbrich Botanical Gardens. The event is a special thank you to the many PK-12 school professionals who open their classrooms to provide field experiences for UW-Madison student teachers and practicum students. During the program, the School presented its annual Rockwell Awards for Cooperating Personnel and recognized its Teacher Education Alumni Award winners. School of Education Dean Diana Hess and Field Experiences Coordinator Nancy Kuehn delivered remarks and thanked the School’s many valuable partners, while music educator Chris Gleason gave the keynote presentation. In addition, the School recognized Associate Dean for Student Services Jeff Hamm for his distinguished service.
Thu
Apr
19
UW-Madison's Michael W. Apple has recently delivered several presentations during his travels to Chile and Brazil. He gave an address at the book launch to honor the publication of the Spanish edition of his book, "Can Education Change Society? " in Santiago, Chile. He also gave the Paulo Freire Memorial address at Universidad Technologica Metropolitana in Santiago. Apple then went on to give addresses on "Can Education Change Society?" and "The Politics of a National Curriculum" at universities in Porto Alegre and Itajai in Brazil.
Wed
Apr
18
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced April 18 that three faculty members from UW-Madison were elected to the 2018 class of members, including the School of Education’s Gloria Ladson-Billings. Founded in 1780, the American Academy honors leaders in science, the arts, business and American life. Other members elected this year include former president Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and actor Tom Hanks. Alexander Hamilton, Charles Darwin and Martin Luther King, Jr. are among those previously recognized by the Academy.
Fri
Apr
13
UW-Madison graduate student Laura Hamman is receiving the Graduate Student Travel Award from the American Educational Research Association’s Bilingual Education Research special interest group (SIG). Hamman is pursuing her Ph.D. from the School of Education’s No. 1-ranked Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She expects to complete her degree this year.
Thu
Apr
12
UW-Madison alumna Mary Jane Curry recently published a book titled "Global Academic Publishing: Policies, Perspectives and Pedagogies." Curry earned a Ph.D. from the School of Education's Department of Curriculum and Instruction in 2000. Today she is an associate professor in the Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development, at the University of Rochester. Curry edited the book with Theresa Lillis from Open University.
Wed
Apr
11
UW-Madison alumna Min Yu is receiving the American Educational Research Association’s Division B Outstanding Book Recognition Award for her work, “The Politics, Practices, and Possibilities of Migrant Children Schools in Contemporary China.” Min Yu earned her Ph.D. from the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction in 2013. Today she is assistant professor in the Teacher Education Division in the College of Education at Wayne State University.
Tue
Apr
10
UW-Madison’s Francois Tochon was recently awarded an honorary professorship from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, a public university located in Guangzhou, China. Such an award is even more highly regarded than an honorary doctorate and is Tochon’s second honorary professorship, joining his two Ph.D.s and four honorary doctorates. Tochon is a professor with the School of Education’s No. 1-ranked Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
Mon
Apr
09
UW-Madison’s student chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education, the Alpha Theta Upsilon Chapter, is sponsoring a panel celebrating teachers and teaching on April 24. The panel will consist of veteran and initial educators, and be moderated by Carl Grant, the Hoefs-Bascom Professor of Education with UW-Madison’s No. 1-ranked Department of Curriculum and Instruction. The event will run from 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. in the library at Madison's Wright Middle School. There will be light refreshments provided. Register for the panel here.
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