Faculty, Grad Students to Present at 2017 AERA Annual Meeting

Editor’s Note: This story, written by Neag School's Stefanie Dion-Jones, originally appeared on the Neag School’s website.

The work of more than 70 faculty researchers and graduate students from the Neag School of Education will be presented as part of this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA)’s Annual Meeting, taking place Thursday, April 27, through Monday, May 1, in San Antonio.

The Neag School’s attendees will be presenting academic papers, serving as invited speakers, participating in roundtable discussions, leading professional development courses, and accepting awards conferred to them by various divisions of AERA. Work will also be presented by numerous Neag School alumni.

View a complete listing of the Neag School’s faculty and graduate student AERA sessions at s.uconn.edu/AERA2017.

The theme of the 2017 AERA meeting is “Knowledge to Action: Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity.” More than 2,500 sessions are scheduled over the course of the five days.

The AERA Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of scholars in the field of education research, showcasing innovative studies in topics as diverse as STEM, social justice, game-based learning, diversity on campus, and professional development. More than 15,000 scholars will be in attendance. The AERA is a national research society that seeks to advance knowledge about education, encourage scholarly inquiry related to education, and promote the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.

Access a PDF of the Neag School’s sessions here, which lists the dates, times, and other details regarding sessions that feature faculty members and graduate students affiliated with the Neag School of Education.

The full AERA program, listing all sessions featuring participants from across the country, is available online on the AERA website.

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