Penn GSE News Archive

  • Teaching & Leadership
November 17, 2016

When educators are under mental duress, they often focus on how they can help their students. This is both natural and noble. But Howard Stevenson, a Penn GSE clinical psychologist who specializes in trauma, believes educators limit their impact and put themselves at risk if they don’t take steps to care for their well-being.

 

 

  • News from Penn GSE
November 14, 2016

At the 2016 American Educational Research Association annual conference, Vivian Gadsden, Richard Ingersoll, Laura Perna, and Howard Stevenson were four of 32 scholars sharing research in the Ed-Talk format. 

 

  • Higher Education
November 2, 2016

Zimmerman, one of the foremost education historians, has joined the Penn GSE faculty.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
October 26, 2016

In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, Penn GSE’s dean called on the federal government to invest in teacher preparation and development.

 

  • Alumni
October 14, 2016

Hitomi Yoshida, GED’95, broadens the student experience through intercultural programming at the Penn Museum.

  • Alumni
October 14, 2016

Jesse Nickelson, GRD’11, believes it is his mission, as an educator and museum administrator, to cultivate civic engagement and leadership in students.

  • Alumni
October 14, 2016

Constance Clayton, GRD’81, utilizes African-American art to empower and educate children.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
October 14, 2016

When human resource and learning executive Karen Bicking wanted to enhance her career in workplace learning, she came to Penn GSE.

  • Innovation
  • Faces of Philanthropy
October 14, 2016

Supporting entrepreneurship, faculty, and students at Penn GSE continues a family tradition of supporting education for Gregory A. Milken, C’95, and EJ Milken.

  • Teaching & Leadership
October 12, 2016

In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Harper wrote that men must challenge other men when they hear sexist or misogynistic talk. 

 

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