The College of Education and Human Development faculty are accomplished scholars who promote educational achievement and social justice on a local, national and global level. They are often called upon in the media to share expertise in their respective fields. 


Why it's Time to 'Dare Forward'

November 17, 2021 - National Geographic

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Frank Farley, professor emeritus, reveals the psychology behind those who 'dare forward' saying, "People who are drawn to thrill-seeking activities have a high tolerance for uncertainty."

Philly's African American Parents, Educators Talk Critical Race Theory: "Think about what it feels like to be Black"

November 17, 2021 - Metro Philly

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Charles A. Price, associate professor, discusses the lack of evidence that critical race theory creates racial division. 

Best College Towns & Cities in America

November 30, 2021 - WalletHub

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Joseph Paris, assistant professor of instruction, discusses the impact colleges have on the surrounding areas/communities and how that influences a students decision to attend the college or university. 


Happiest States in America

September 4, 2021 - WalletHub

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WalletHub's article discussing the happiest states in America features Xu (Lilya) Jiang, assistant professor who shares her thoughts on "the key ingredients to a happy life." 

Officials Should Prioritize Immediate Issues Before Strategic Planning, Faculty Say

November 8, 2021 - The GW Hatchet

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Joseph Paris, assistant professor of instruction, discusses how a strategic plan can "help officials align the University's curriculum to its mission, which can help them determine how to distribute resources, like funding and administrative assistance, to its students and staff."

GW's Decision to Split Third Round of Federal Stimulus Funding in Line with Peers: Experts

October 18, 2021 - The GW Hatchet

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The GW Hatchet's article states that George Washington University's decision to split the third federal stimulus package between students and institutional costs aligned with other college and university decisions. Joseph Paris, assistant professor of instruction, comments on this topic.