Dr. Meredith Weber, Assistant Professor of School Psychology, is co-author on Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Children which is scheduled to launch in April.
Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab, Professor of Higher Education Policy and Sociology, will lead a $3.98 million U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences grant that focuses on helping at-risk college seniors afford to stay in school and earn their degrees.
Ms. Feinstein has been a staff member and leader of the Institute for more than 35 years serving in a variety of roles, most recently as Co-Executive Director overseeing all leadership development programs and policy activities at the local, state and national levels.
In recognition of university-based scholars in the U.S. who are doing the most to influence educational policy and practice, Rick Hess of EducationWeek released the 2017 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings. In this year's ranking, Dr. Sarah Goldrick-Rab, Professor of Higher Education Policy and Sociology was ranked 10th. Goldrick-Rab has been ranked for six consecutive years.
Dr. Doug Lombardi has been recognized for his paper, "Plausibility reappraisals and shifts in middle school students' climate change conceptions", as one of the five most highly cited papers published by Learning and Instruction since 2013.