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The College of Education and Human Development is an inclusive community of scholars, educators, and practitioners dedicated to the lifelong pursuit of learning, development, and well-being. Through transdisciplinary collaboration, we innovate and produce research that positively impacts the Commonwealth, the nation, and the world.

Dr. Stephanie Dailey coauthored an op-ed in the San Diego Union Tribune about how vulnerability self-assessments can hel...
12/06/2023

Dr. Stephanie Dailey coauthored an op-ed in the San Diego Union Tribune about how vulnerability self-assessments can help schools be more prepared for potential shootings. Read the article here: https://tinyurl.com/47b99kfe

Dr. Risto Marttinen received the 2023 Outstanding Reviewer of the Year award from the Curriculum Studies in Health & Phy...
12/04/2023

Dr. Risto Marttinen received the 2023 Outstanding Reviewer of the Year award from the Curriculum Studies in Health & Physical Education.

Dr. Erin Peters-Burton has written a new book titled, "A Practical Approach to Supporting Science and Engineering Studen...
11/29/2023

Dr. Erin Peters-Burton has written a new book titled, "A Practical Approach to Supporting Science and Engineering Students with Self-Regulated Learning." Learn more here: https://tinyurl.com/5n6mmrr7

Dr. Seth Parsons is the recipient of the 2023 Laureate Award from the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers....
11/22/2023

Dr. Seth Parsons is the recipient of the 2023 Laureate Award from the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers. Learn more here: https://tinyurl.com/689n93dw

Ethan Carter, adjunct professor in our School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management, was named the November Emplo...
11/20/2023

Ethan Carter, adjunct professor in our School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management, was named the November Employee of the Month. Learn more here: https://tinyurl.com/4uaar67w

Dr. Virginia Collier and Dr. Thomas Wayne were mentioned in a news article for their renowned research in dual language ...
11/17/2023

Dr. Virginia Collier and Dr. Thomas Wayne were mentioned in a news article for their renowned research in dual language education. Read the article here:

Departing members argued that BPS is missing a unique opportunity to develop a more effective model for inclusive, multilingual learning in its schools. “They have given up trying – that’s what’s disappointing,” said Miren Uriarte.

Dr. Bob Baker was quoted in an article from ESPN about the lasting impact of the Final Four on universities. Read the ar...
11/15/2023

Dr. Bob Baker was quoted in an article from ESPN about the lasting impact of the Final Four on universities. Read the article here: https://tinyurl.com/22z6fkt8

Drs. Laurence Chalip,  Anastasia Kitsantas, and Jered Borup have been recognized as being among the top 2% most cited sc...
11/14/2023

Drs. Laurence Chalip, Anastasia Kitsantas, and Jered Borup have been recognized as being among the top 2% most cited scientists in their respective disciplines worldwide. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/zsmrzy5f

Dr. Debra Stroiney has been selected as an American Kinesiology Association Leadership Institute Fellow. Learn more here...
11/13/2023

Dr. Debra Stroiney has been selected as an American Kinesiology Association Leadership Institute Fellow. Learn more here: https://tinyurl.com/msvaw9cw

Dr. Erik Hines co-authored a book chapter titled, "Black Epistemologies Matter: Challenging Anti-Blackness in the Predom...
11/09/2023

Dr. Erik Hines co-authored a book chapter titled, "Black Epistemologies Matter: Challenging Anti-Blackness in the Predominately White Publishing World of the Academy." Find the book this chapter is published in here: https://tinyurl.com/24ffyz5b

11/06/2023

Dr. Joy Banks was awarded a grant from the Gregory S. Fehribach Center at Eskenazi Health to support her research on factors contributing to college and employment success for students with disabilities. Read more here:

Joy Banks, associate professor in Mason’s Special Education program, was awarded a prestigious grant from the Gregory S. Fehribach Center at Eskenazi Health.

10/30/2023

Dr. Linda Mason has been selected for a federally funded grant that will support an initiative aimed at helping middle school students in the general curriculum learn strategies for writing. Read more about this here:

Professor Linda Mason’s research on the Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) Instructional Model is the basis of a federally funded grant initiative.

On October 12th, Rep. Connolly commemorated Gabe Segal’s (MEd ’22 and 2023 CEHD Alum of Distinction) work in the communi...
10/26/2023

On October 12th, Rep. Connolly commemorated Gabe Segal’s (MEd ’22 and 2023 CEHD Alum of Distinction) work in the community on the House Floor and his comments have been entered into the Congressional Record. Gabe has worked since the start of COVID-19 to end student lunch debt in his school district. Congratulations, Gabe!

Professor Craig Esherick spoke with Provost Mark Ginsberg and Assistant Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate A...
10/25/2023

Professor Craig Esherick spoke with Provost Mark Ginsberg and Assistant Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Marvin Lewis, about the fast-changing collegiate sports landscape. Read more and find a recording of their discussion here: https://tinyurl.com/ydscxuzw

Dr. Kristen O’Brien has received a grant in support of a project examining how working conditions in public schools for ...
10/23/2023

Dr. Kristen O’Brien has received a grant in support of a project examining how working conditions in public schools for K-12 special education teachers could be improved to curb attrition due to teacher burnout. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/4fz9pyf7

Dr. Erik Hines coauthored an op-ed in Diverse Issues in Higher Education about decolonizing the school counseling profes...
10/19/2023

Dr. Erik Hines coauthored an op-ed in Diverse Issues in Higher Education about decolonizing the school counseling profession to support Black students. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/2xn646ft

Interested in learning how to become a licensed teacher? Come see us at our Teacher Education Programs Open House tomorr...
10/17/2023

Interested in learning how to become a licensed teacher? Come see us at our Teacher Education Programs Open House tomorrow to learn more. Find more information and register here: https://tinyurl.com/2tvfv4xm

10/16/2023

The U.S. Department of State has awarded a new grant supporting the continued development of a global online course titled “Teaching English to Young Learners,” an initiative that is part of our Global Online Teacher Education Center. Read more here:

Award received by Mason team at GOTEC will support professional development for English language teachers across the globe.

Dr. Jennifer Suh and other Mason colleagues were selected for the National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship i...
10/12/2023

Dr. Jennifer Suh and other Mason colleagues were selected for the National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship in Mathematics for their work developing the Equity-centered Transformative Technology Lesson Analysis Tool. Read more: https://tinyurl.com/2yhwa838

Amber Sansbury, doctoral candidate in our School of Education, was awarded the 2023-2024 Early Care and Education Resear...
10/11/2023

Amber Sansbury, doctoral candidate in our School of Education, was awarded the 2023-2024 Early Care and Education Research Scholars: Head Start Dissertation Grant. Read more about this here: https://tinyurl.com/s34znv5t

CEHD Dean Ingrid Guerra-López and Professor Jered Borup were quoted in an article about how universities have adapted to...
10/09/2023

CEHD Dean Ingrid Guerra-López and Professor Jered Borup were quoted in an article about how universities have adapted to meet the demand of AI adoption. This article is a part of the 2023 Washington Post Fall Guide to Graduate Education. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/yy96pba2

The CEHD Writer’s Retreat is back for the Fall 2023 semester! Join fellow CEHD graduate students in the Johnson Center o...
10/06/2023

The CEHD Writer’s Retreat is back for the Fall 2023 semester! Join fellow CEHD graduate students in the Johnson Center on Saturday, November 4 for a daylong work session dedicated to accomplishing your academic goals with group accountability, support, free lunch, and plenty of coffee!

Registration is now open for morning, afternoon, or daylong sessions, and is required to attend this event. Learn more and register here: https://ow.ly/6qgM50PTTmu

Dr. Erik Hines was a guest editor for the Journal for Multicultural Counseling and Development for their special issue, ...
10/06/2023

Dr. Erik Hines was a guest editor for the Journal for Multicultural Counseling and Development for their special issue, "Understanding the Black Male Experience." Learn more here: https://tinyurl.com/yu4wzh3a

Dr. Farnoosh Shahrokhi was quoted in an article in Northern Virginia Magazine about the impact of principals on the over...
10/05/2023

Dr. Farnoosh Shahrokhi was quoted in an article in Northern Virginia Magazine about the impact of principals on the overall success of schools. Read the article here: https://tinyurl.com/2h4naj7t

Professor Anne Holton was mentioned in an article from The Washington Post discussing the changes in American homeschool...
10/05/2023

Professor Anne Holton was mentioned in an article from The Washington Post discussing the changes in American homeschooling. Read the article here: https://tinyurl.com/53yvaewy

Dr. Erik Hines coauthored an article about the challenges Latina Multilingual Learners’ experienced in STEM undergraduat...
10/04/2023

Dr. Erik Hines coauthored an article about the challenges Latina Multilingual Learners’ experienced in STEM undergraduate programs. Read the article here: https://tinyurl.com/yr65d57v

Join us on October 18th to hear from advisors, counselors, and faculty in our School of Education and learn more about b...
10/03/2023

Join us on October 18th to hear from advisors, counselors, and faculty in our School of Education and learn more about becoming a licensed teacher. Find more information and register here: https://tinyurl.com/2tvfv4xm

Dr. Samantha Viano was awarded a prestigious CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation. Read more about this her...
10/02/2023

Dr. Samantha Viano was awarded a prestigious CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation. Read more about this here: https://tinyurl.com/7hbu7be8

Dr. Anya Evmenova and Dr. Kelley Regan have been awarded a $2.5 million federally funded grant to develop a game-based, ...
09/29/2023

Dr. Anya Evmenova and Dr. Kelley Regan have been awarded a $2.5 million federally funded grant to develop a game-based, technology-based graphic organizer (TBGO) to help elementary school students improve their writing composition skills. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/3swynhyw

The Hewlett Foundation gift will help bridge research practice gap in education.EdPolicyForward and the Center for Advan...
09/28/2023

The Hewlett Foundation gift will help bridge research practice gap in education.
EdPolicyForward and the Center for Advancing Human Machine Partnership will collaborate on a project that aims to better connect research to practice in education policymaking.

Two Mason centers will collaborate on a project that aims to better connect research to practice in education policymaking, and support school divisions in improving student and teacher performance and enhancing the effectiveness and fairness of resource allocation through data-driven decision makin...

Dr. Maggie Daniels was featured in a WalletHub article discussing the best travel credit cards. Read her insights here: ...
09/28/2023

Dr. Maggie Daniels was featured in a WalletHub article discussing the best travel credit cards. Read her insights here: https://tinyurl.com/2pztp5hu

Dr. Anne Holton was mentioned in an article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch for her expertise in education and educationa...
09/27/2023

Dr. Anne Holton was mentioned in an article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch for her expertise in education and educational policy. The article can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/3sh77tzc

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) Office of Student and Academic Affairs is pleased to recognize the...
09/26/2023

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) Office of Student and Academic Affairs is pleased to recognize the undergraduate and graduate CEHD scholarship recipients for the Fall 2023 semester!

Read the announcement here: https://ow.ly/v6KJ50PPPQT

Interested in learning more about how you can deepen your toolkit with an advanced degree from George Mason’s School of ...
09/26/2023

Interested in learning more about how you can deepen your toolkit with an advanced degree from George Mason’s School of Education? Join us on October 7th for our Graduate Education Programs Information Session. Find out more and register here: https://tinyurl.com/4k3fb4ar

Education Leadership alum Gabe Segal spoke on Live with Kelly and Mark to talk about his work raising money to help eras...
09/21/2023

Education Leadership alum Gabe Segal spoke on Live with Kelly and Mark to talk about his work raising money to help erase the student lunch debt in his school district. Watch the video here:

Virginia teacher Gabe Segal talks about how he's raising money to help erase the student lunch debt in his school district.To donate to Educate Fairfax to he...

This year’s Mason Nation Thriving Together 5K and 1-mile walk/run will take place on October 14. All proceeds raised wil...
09/20/2023

This year’s Mason Nation Thriving Together 5K and 1-mile walk/run will take place on October 14. All proceeds raised will be used to support Mason students. Find out more and register here: https://mason5k.gmu.edu/

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