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Hope Center Continues to Evolve and Can Be Found at Temple’s College of Education

Sara Goldrick-Rab

The College of Education is excited to announce the addition of the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice. Led by Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology and one of the nation’s leading educational researchers, the Hope Center will continue the legacy built out of the Wisconsin HOPE Lab which has served as a leader in understanding issues of food and housing insecurity among college students. The center is expected to begin operations on September 29th. 

Patience Lehrman named interim executive director of College of Education Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education

Patience Lehrman

Temple University College of Education special assistant to the dean, Patience Lehrman, named interim executive director of the Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education. Lehrman will build on the strengths of the Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education to increase the College’s collective impact in the city and region.

In Case You Missed It: May 2018 News Summary

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May is always an eventful month as Owls are wrapping up their semesters and welcoming the long days of summer. With that comes commencement and the season of recognition for those who went above and beyond in their studies. This year, we were proud to recognize several outstanding students for their accomplishments and contributions to their fields of study.

New Perspective on Service-Learning Lands Recent College of Education Alumna Dissertation of the Year Award

Elisabeth Fornaro

Elisabeth Fornaro, EDU ‘18, recently received the Dissertation of the Year Award from the International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE). A recent graduate with a PhD in urban education, Fornaro’s research has focused on directing the spotlight of service learning back to the K-12 setting. More specifically, she has expanded the conversation about its benefits to include the positive impacts it has on teachers and their well-being, especially in challenging educational contexts.

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