In the Media
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April 24, 2023
, Penn Today

Cross-disciplinary collaboration for a healthier planet

Zachary Herrmann and Taylor Hausburg reflect on their Project-Based Learning for Global Climate Justice program and research project and are awarded a second year of funding through the Penn Environmental Innovations Initiative.

In the Media
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April 20, 2023
, The Washington Times

Colleges push 3-year degrees as enrollments fall, costs rise

Jonathan Zimmerman expresses some apprehension about three-year bachelor degree programs, warning that policymakers need to consider carefully what students are getting out of college; Robert Zemsky, an advocate of the three-year program, says it won't work for everyone.

Vivian L. Gadsden, Penn GSE
Penn GSE News
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April 19, 2023

The Child Development and Education Professor is one of five Penn faculty being recognized this year for significant contributions to academia, policy and research.

In the Media
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April 19, 2023
, Penn Global

Penn Global awards $1.7 million in Research and Engagement Awards

Brooks Bowden, Bodong Cheng,  Zachary Hermmann and Dan Wagner are among the GSE faculty to receive Penn Global awards this year. The Penn Global Research and Engagement Grant Program prioritizes projects that bring together leading scholars and practitioners across the University community and around the world to develop new insight on significant global issues, a core pillar of Penn’s global strategic framework. 

Roberto G. Gonzales, Penn GSE
In the Media
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April 18, 2023
, Bolly Inside

Biden’s New Rule on Health Coverage Expansion Awaits DACA Recipients

Roberto Gonzales explains that 34% percent of DACA recipients don't have health insurance, but that could change with this proposed rule.

Jonathan Zimmerman, Penn GSE
In the Media
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April 17, 2023
, The Philadelphia Inquirer

Adjunct professors often don’t ‘earn enough to eat.’ The rest of us need to speak up.

Jonathan Zimmerman says landing a tenure-track job has become akin to winning the lottery.

Julie E. Wollman, Penn GSE
In the Media
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April 14, 2023
, NorthJersey.com

Rutgers deal could be 'game-changer' across U.S. as part-time faculty win protections

Two-time university president Julie Wollman shares insight on why it is unusual, yet admirable, that tenured and full-time faculty to support the ongoing graduate assistants and part-time faculty's strike at Rutgers.

Penn GSE News
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April 11, 2023
An iconic view of Chicago, Illinois, with the river (center) curving through downtown. It’s a beautiful sunny afternoon. A bright yellow sightseeing cruise boat enters the frame from the lower right-hand corner, and skyscrapers tower over on both sides. In the distance, we see several iconic bridges crisscrossing over the shimmering, bright green water.

Nearly 100 Penn GSE-affiliated presenters are attending the leading international conference on education research, April 13-16.

Robert M. Zemsky, Penn GSE
Penn GSE News
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April 7, 2023

Robert Zemsky and representatives from a dozen colleges recently met to discuss three-year bachelor’s degree pilot programs. Their ambitions are grand, but the future is uncertain, reports Inside Higher Ed.

Penn GSE News
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April 6, 2023
Dr. Katharine O. Struck casually seated at a conference table, facing the camera, with a whiteboard and windows onto a leafy campus behind her. She is smiling and listening to a student who is facing her, and who has their back to the camera.

Katharine Strunk, an award-winning ed policy scholar, has been named the next dean of Penn GSE, effective July 1. The announcement was made today by Penn President Liz Magill.

Penn GSE News
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April 4, 2023
Assistant Professor Ericka Weathers pictured outside Penn GSE on a sunny spring afternoon. She is leaning against a reflective glass wall as she smiles at the camera.

An assistant professor of education policy, Weathers combs through historical data to find policies that harm marginalized communities. Her work is influencing Congress.

Penn GSE News
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April 3, 2023

The 2023 winners, teacher honorees and other annual award recipients will be recognized May 13 during the Celebration of Educators, alongside a panel discussion with Dean Pam Grossman.

Alan R. Ruby, Penn GSE
In the Media
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April 3, 2023
, The GW Hatchet

International student enrollment boost aligns with ‘top’ schools after pandemic drop: experts

Alan Ruby explains that the decline in Chinese student enrollment might be due to Chinese pandemic policies and reduced support of secondary support by the Chinese government.

Penn GSE News
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March 30, 2023
A student-teacher, standing, working with three seated high school students.

Penn’s unique cross-school collaboration leaves a lasting impact on education, research, and Philadelphia.

Penn GSE News
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March 24, 2023

The mid-career alum founded Delaware College Scholars, a free college prep program to support under-resourced high school and college students. The organization has a 100 percent high school graduation rate across all the state’s 19 districts.

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