March 22, 2023
A WCER-based project to expand the Resilience Education Program (REP), a mental health innovation for young students at risk of depression and anxiety, is one of four pioneering initiatives selected to receive development funding through the UW/WARF Mental Health Challenge Grant.
March 17, 2023
Vox magazine utilized the expertise of UW–Madison’s Robert Enright recently for an article that is headlined, “How (and why) to stop holding a grudge.”
February 28, 2023
UW–Madison alumna Zhuxin Fang Karoliussen was named a 2023 Teacher of Distinction and is a finalist for a Golden Apple Award. The Greater Green Bay Chamber's Golden Apple Awards program annually recognizes high-quality educators in the Green Bay area.
February 21, 2023
“Psychologically healthy teachers and other school system employees are an essential part of any conceivable solution. Supporting school system employee mental health and well-being may be a prerequisite to student and educational system pandemic recovery efforts.”
February 16, 2023
Shaffer argues the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT could have a positive impact on our education system — but only if educators approach the new technology a certain way.
February 14, 2023
Shaffer argued concerns about ChatGPT ruining education are largely overblown.
February 9, 2023
The Washington Post highlighted the expertise of UW–Madison's Robert Enright, a professor in the School of Education's Department of Educational Psychology, in a story that is headlined, "Moving lessons on forgiveness out of religious spaces and into schools.”
February 8, 2023
Two faculty from the UW–Madison School of Education are heading Asia to offer “master classes” on an innovative research methodology developed at UW–Madison.
February 8, 2023
Twelve UW–Madison faculty members have been chosen to receive this year’s Distinguished Teaching Awards, an honor given out since 1953 to recognize some of the university’s finest educators. Of these, two are faculty members with the School of Education.
January 10, 2023
A recent story in Men’s Health magazine that takes on the concept of “toxic forgiveness” consulted with UW–Madison’s Robert Enright, an expert in forgiveness science and professor in the School of Education’s Department of Educational Psychology. But Enright says the whole idea that forgiveness could be toxic is a “misunderstanding of what forgiving another person actually is.”