UF News (HESA alumnus Jack Nguyen selected as University of Florida’s director of Asian Pacific Islander American Affairs)
SAGE Journals (Research by Neag School faculty member Robin Grenier is featured)
Common Dreams (EDLR’s Preston Green’s research on charter schools is mentioned)
Dr. Laura Burton recently co-authored a new book on Women in Sport Leadership.
The book describes that “although women and girls participate in sport in greater numbers than ever before, research shows there has been no significant increase in women leading sport organizations. This book takes an international, evidence-based perspective in examining women in sport leadership and offers future directions for improving gender equity. With contributions from leading international sport scholars and practitioners, it explores the opportunities and challenges women face while exercising leadership in sport organizations and evaluates leadership development practices.”
Dr. Burton is incredibly proud of the work that was contributed by both established and emerging scholars. Her hope is that everyone who reads the book will come away with an appreciation for the work that has been done while also being inspired to continue scholarly inquiry and further support the advancement of women in sport leadership.
“I am so grateful for the opportunity to co-edit this book with my friend and colleague Sarah Leberman. It is not often that you are able to spend time together reflecting on research that has helped us to understand the opportunities and the challenges for women in sport leadership while also considering what is needed to move research in this area forward.” – Dr. Laura Burton
Washington Post (Research by EDLR’s Preston Green helps explain charter school problems)
Norwalk Public Schools (UCAPP alum selected as school’s new principal)
John Wallace Middle School announces UCAPP alum, Dan Dias, as the new Assistant Principal on the Newington Public Schools website.
Congratulations to the following Spring 2017 EDLR Faculty who received the Teaching Excellence Honor by the University Provost's Office:
Based on recent teaching evaluations, these individuals are among a select group of faculty who excel in teaching, which involves successfully engaging students and facilitates an environment of learning around a spirit of inquiry and intellectual curiosity. These educators are innovative and are consistently seeking new ways to improve as teachers.
Congratulations on this success as you continue to serve as a model for the students and peers within the department, keep up the outstanding work!
Petra News Agency (Jordan’s Queen Rania Teacher Academy-UConn partnership mentioned)