UW–Madison alumni author Houston Law Review article

January 23, 2021

UW­–Madison alumni Bruce Meredith and Mark Paige have published an article in the Houston Law Review that is titled, “Reversing Rodriguez: A Siren Call to a Dangerous Shoal.” Paige is a School of Education graduate, having earned his PhD from the School’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis in 2011. Meredith earned his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School.

UW alumnus Teitelbaum authors new book: ‘Critical Issues in Democratic Schooling’

January 21, 2021

UW–Madison alumnus Kenneth Teitelbaum has authored a new book, “Critical Issues in Democratic Schooling:  Curriculum, Teaching, and Socio-Political Realities,” which was published by Routledge in May 2020. Teitelbaum earned his doctorate from the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum in Instruction in 1985.

Alum Yaghmaian honored with Oregon Counseling Association award

December 21, 2020

UW–Madison alumna Rana Yaghmaian has been honored with the Leona Tyler Award from the Oregon Counseling Association (ORCA). Yaghmaian earned her doctorate in rehabilitation psychology from the UW–Madison School of Education’s Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.

UW–Madison alumna Kulkarni awarded AERA teacher education grant

December 16, 2020

UW–Madison alumna Saili S. Kulkarni was recently awarded a Re-envisioning Teaching and Teacher Education in the Shadow of the COVID-19 Pandemic (RTTE) grant from Division K (Teaching and Teacher Education) of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Alum Stonewall is an agent of change

December 4, 2020

In July, Crystal Stonewall was selected to the Wisconsin Law Review just before her second year at the UW Law School. Stonewall is an alumna of the School of Education's Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

UW–Madison alum O’Connor honored with Native American 40 Under 40 award

December 3, 2020

UW–Madison alumnus David O’Connor has been honored with a Native American 40 Under 40 award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. O'Connor holds a master’s degree from the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

CARES Act didn’t give community colleges a ‘fair shake,’ Hillman tells State Journal

November 28, 2020

The Wisconsin State Journal utilized the expertise of UW–Madison’s Nicholas Hillman for an article reporting on how the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has shortchanged technical and community colleges, meaning that some Wisconsin college students who were most likely to need money to help them through the pandemic were the least likely to receive it.