Two graduates from the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Research in Educational Opportunity (CREO) were honored at last week’s American Education Research Association (AERA) conference in Toronto for outstanding work on their dissertations.
Megan Austin won the AERA Division L (Policy & Politics) 2019 Dissertation Award, and Julie Dallavis Read More
The University of Notre Dame and St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, will explore strategic responses to secularization, freedom and accountability and school leader formation in Catholic schools in the United States, United Kingdom, and Ireland at an international conference at the Notre Dame London Global Gateway starting tomorrow. Read More
Jonathan Arndt, a math teacher at Argos Junior Senior High School, has been named the 2019 AP Teacher of the Year for the College Board’s 13-state Midwestern region.
Arndt teaches AP Calculus AB, algebra, precalculus, and eighth-grade math, in addition to overseeing a math lab. He is a member of the University of Notre Dame’s Indiana Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program (AP-TIP IN), which prepares Indiana students for college by increasing enrollment in AP math, science and English courses and providing student support and teacher training to boost students’ success. Read More
You have one. Your parents have one. Your best friend has one: a favorite teacher. Someone who left an indelible mark on you—not necessarily because they shared the most facts with you, but because of how they made you feel and the person they inspired you to become.
Each year at Notre Dame, students nominate, vote, and help bestow the Frank O'Malley Undergraduate Teaching Award to an outstanding faculty member based upon excellent service to the student community. The distinguished honoree for 2018 is Dr. Nancy Michael, an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, the director of undergraduate studies, Neuroscience and Behavior, and a Fellow in the Institute for Educational Initiatives. Read More
Chloe Gibbs, an assistant professor of economics and Fellow in the Institute for Educational Initiatives, has won a three-year, $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study the effects of parenting education and length of day care on long-term child educational outcomes. Read More
Ying Alison Cheng, associate professor of psychology and fellow of the Institute for Educational Initiatives (IEI) at the University of Notre Dame, will lead a $1.4 million project funded by the Institute of Education Sciences to develop the intelligent diagnostic assessment program (i-DAP) for high school statistics education. Read More
October 02, 2018 • • Categories: Default
Dr. Sean Reardon, Professor of Poverty & Inequality in Education at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University visited Notre Dame on Friday, September 21, 2018 to deliver "Education, Opportunity, & Inequality in America" in B101 Jenkins Nanovic Hall.
Dr. Sean Reardon is the endowed Professor of Poverty and Inequality in Education and is Professor (by courtesy) of Sociology at Stanford University. His research focuses on the causes, patterns, trends, and consequences of social and educational inequality, the effects of educational policy on educational and social inequality, and in applied statistical methods for educational research. Reardon is the developer of the Stanford Education Data Archive (SEDA). Based on 300 million standardized test scores, SEDA provides measures of educational opportunity, average test score performance, academic achievement gaps, and other information for every public school district in the US.
Notre Dame psychologist Darcia Narvaez is helping lead a $3.9 million Templeton Religion Trust grant that will support new research on civic virtues.
The “Self, Virtue and Public Life Project,” which began this week and runs through 2021, will fund research projects, conferences, edited volumes, and community outreach activities. Read More