Studies show social support key to successful academic outcomes for veterans, military service members

November 11, 2020

The transition from military to college life can be a socially difficult one for military service members and veterans (SSM/Vs). However, members of this student population stand a better chance of success when they are supported by a strong network of fellow students, veteran coordinators, faculty, or other higher education practitioners, according to two separate reports by the Veteran Education to Workforce Affinity and Success Study (VETWAYS).

UW–Madison alum Kim featured in report for Columbia’s Teachers College

October 13, 2020

UW–Madison alumna Woo-Jung Amber Kim was featured in a news article and video profile for Teacher’s College (TC) at Columbia University, where she graduated from the International Educational Development program in TC’s Department of International and Transcultural Studies in 2020.

Good, Cheng recognized by AERA for excellence in education research

September 23, 2020

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) announced the winners of its 2020 awards for excellence in education research earlier this summer, and UW–Madison's Annalee Good and Huiping "Emily" Cheng were recognized with top honors. In addition, UW–Madison alumna Adrienne D. Dixon was recognized by AERA with a Scholars of Color Mid-Career Contribution Award.