Being named a 2018 Carnegie Fellow is the latest in a series of recent achievements for College of Education Professor Sara Goldrick-Rab, who also recently won a Grawemeyer Award.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology and her team at both Temple and the Wisconsin HOPE lab have released a new report, “Still Hungry and Homeless in College,” detailing the food and housing challenges faced by over a third of college students. In a survey of 43,000 students and 66 community colleges and universities, the researchers have examined the effects these challenges have on academic performance, as well as those most likely to face these challenges.
Amanda Guld Fisher, assistant professor recently co-authored a book that focuses on evidence-based practices in assessment and intervention for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The book was published as part of the Momentum Press Child Clinical Psychology “Nuts and Bolts” Collection.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology discusses why free college is an investment that will pay off in growth and innovation in a recent The Wall Street Journal article.
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) has selected James Earl Davis, Bernard C. Watson Endowed Chair in Urban Education and Professor of Higher Education and Educational Leadership as a 2018 AERA Fellow. AERA Fellows are selected on the basis of their notable and sustained research achievements.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology and her team at the Wisconsin HOPE lab, along with Temple’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment conducted research to inform Temple's efforts to combat food insecurity on campus by opening a food pantry in the Howard Gittis Student Center. The pantry is slated to open in February.