Hillman speaks with Minnesota Public Radio about student loan forgiveness

September 23, 2022

UW–Madison’s Nick Hillman, a professor with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, shared his expertise with Minnesota Public Radio listeners recently, in a segment focused on the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan.

UW–Madison’s Greer, Iverson named UCEA Jackson Scholars

September 20, 2022

CJ Greer and Deonte Iverson, PhD students with the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, will receive formal networking, mentoring, and professional development via a two-year program through the University Council for Educational Administration.

School of Education welcoming new cohort of faculty hires to campus

August 24, 2022

This fall, there are 14 new faculty hires joining us for the start of the fall semester, which includes Dyani White Hawk — an assistant professor with the Art Department who was hired last year but largely spent the 2021-22 academic year away from campus utilizing an Anna Julia Cooper Fellowship.

O’Connor is recipient of Forward Award from Wisconsin Alumni Foundation

August 10, 2022

School of Education alumnus David J. O’Connor is a recipient of a 2022 Forward Award from the Wisconsin Alumni Foundation. In his work as the American Indian Studies consultant at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, O’Connor trains educators about how to infuse their lessons with knowledge about First Nations’ histories, treaties, sovereignty, languages, and cultures.

UW–Madison’s Wicker awarded Ford Foundation Fellowship

July 29, 2022

Paris Wicker is a fifth-year PhD candidate with the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. Her dissertation is titled, “Who Gets to be Well”? A Social Network Analysis of Well-Being for Black and Indigenous College Students.”