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At this workshop, M.S. Ed. ICC peer advisors will introduce the ICC Internship Proposal and preview how it connects with the EDUC 845: Microethnography course. First-year ICC students are strongly encouraged to attend.
Join Student Affairs and Communications for a kick-off for #PennDayInLife university wide social media day! We will be passing out information about #PennDayInLife and our GSE photo contest. Stop by and see how you can join in the fun!
Three Essays on Non-Cognitive Factors, Peer Influence and Education
Exploring the Racial and Sociopolitical Epistemologies of Young Children of Color
In Letters to a Young Education Reformer, Frederick Hess distills knowledge from twenty-five years of working in and around school reform.
The Permeable Flow of Socialization: A Situated Approach
Join GSE Student Affairs for a dialogue about the crises that have occurred since our school year began from. We, as future leaders of and in education, cannot afford to be desensitized to them. We must be relentless in our work if we are to change the trajectory of our country. Let's have a conversation about what that means/looks like to you.
Dinner will be provided. To help us plan for dinner, please register here. *Registration not required to attend.
An Exploration of the Prevalence of Organizational Practices that Encourage Dissent and their Influence on Organizational Decisions
Join President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett on December 9th for an exciting academic symposium!
Engaging Minds returns to New York with three dynamic faculty members:
Katherine L. Milkman, Associate Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions and Evan C Thompson Endowed Term Chair for Excellence in Teaching (Wharton)
Investing in our Future: Penn Partners in Support of Youth and Families
The challenges facing marginalized youth and families cross multiple facets of society: education, health care, socioeconomics, violence and safety, and many more. Yet the systems and organizations needed to provide crucial support operate largely in silos that hinder collaborative, comprehensive interventions.