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What is CGSE?

The Council of Graduate Students in Education (CGSE) is run by graduate students in the School of Education, and as a student within the school you're automatically a member of the organization. CGSE is supported primarily through the student activity fee fund with additional support from the Dean's office.

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Faculty and Student Published Articles: March-June 2016

Published on 6/15/2016 6:00:00 AM

The following are articles written by faculty members or students that were published online between March-June 2016. "Utility and Validity of Authentic Assessments and Conventional Tests for International Early Childhood Intervention Purposes: Evidence from U.S. National Social Validity Research" ... Read More...

School of Education Launches New Urban Education Certificate Program

Published on 5/18/2016 6:00:00 AM

[Press release published on behalf of University News .] In America’s classrooms, a cultural divide exists between teachers, who are most often white, and a student population that continues to expand in ethnic diversity. This is especially true in Pittsburgh, where nearly 85 percent of public schoo... Read More...

Associate Dean and Associate Professor Lindsay Clare Matsumura Named School of Education Interim Dean

Published on 4/25/2016 3:00:00 PM

Lindsay Clare Matsumura, the School of Education associate dean of research and faculty development, has been named by University of Pittsburgh Provost Patricia Beeson as interim dean of the School of Education. "We will be continuing the search for a new dean of the School of Education," said Bees... Read More...

School of Education Celebrates Alumni at 2016 Awards Ceremony

Published on 4/18/2016 6:00:00 AM

The School of Education celebrated the 2016 Alumni Awards on Friday, April 1, 2016, at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association in Oakland. Awards for the school’s departments and also individual categories were presented at the reception. The winners and some information about their background is listed... Read More...

Graduate Student Myriam Abdel-Malek Receives Research Award from the National Conference of Less Commonly Taught Languages

Published on 3/14/2016 6:00:00 AM

Graduate student Myriam Abdel-Malek has received a research award from the National Conference of Less Commonly Taught Languages . Abdel-Malek is a third-year PhD student in language, literacy, and culture, and is currently conducting her dissertation research. Her advisor is Professor Rick Donato.... Read More...

School of Education Faculty, Alumni, and Library Director Participate in NCTE African American Read-In at Falk School

Published on 2/19/2016 6:00:00 AM

From left to right: Falk Director Jeff Suzik, Michael Quigley, Amber Pabon, Crystal McCormick Ware, and Falk Assistant Director David Ross. Amber Pabon, assistant professor of language, literacy and culture; Crystal McCormick Ware, University of Pittsburgh director of diversity and inclusion; and M... Read More...

Send in Nominations for School of Education 2016 Alumni Awards

Published on 11/3/2015 6:00:00 AM

We are seeking nominations for the School of Education’s 2016 Alumni Awards. Through this program, we honor the outstanding accomplishments of our alumni and students. Criteria for these awards include a recognition of professional achievement, commitment to the continued success of the School of Ed... Read More...

Sara Kovacs - Advocating Small Lifestyle Changes to Impact Overall Health

Published on 10/5/2015 6:00:00 AM

Name: Sara Kovacs Current Degree Program: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Exercise Physiology Graduating Degree Program : Master of Science (MS) in Health, Physical Activity, and Chronic Disease What’s your educational background? I did my undergraduate work at Slippery Rock University, where I recei... Read More...

Professor Rich Milner to Speak at the Harvard Graduate School Askwith Forum on October 15

Published on 9/16/2015 6:00:00 AM

Professor Rich Milner will be speaking at the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Askwith Forum , a series of public lectures featuring a wide range of topics, including early childhood, civic and moral engagement, expanded learning models, educating for human rights, and international education... Read More...

Graduate Student Osly Flores Named a 2015-2016 Barbara L. Jackson Scholar

Published on 9/11/2015 6:00:00 AM

Administrative and Policy Studies doctoral student Osly Flores has been selected as a 2015-2016 Barbara L. Jackson Scholar by the University Council for Educational Administration. The Jackson Scholars is a two-year program providing "formal networking, mentoring and professional development for gr... Read More...
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