Theatre’s Kelly named to board of Harold Pinter Review

September 14, 2020

UW–Madison’s Baron Kelly, a professor of acting in the School of Education’s Department of Theatre and Drama, has been named to the board of the Harold Pinter Review, a journal published by the International Harold Pinter Society.

New Faculty Focus: Q&A with Baron Kelly

September 7, 2020

During the course of the academic year, we’ll be sharing out Q&As completed by our newest faculty members in an effort to introduce them to our campus and School of Education communities. Here is the Q&A with Baron Kelly, a professor with the Department of Theatre and Drama who has a joint appointment with the Division of Continuing Studies’ Odyssey Project.

New Faculty Focus: Q&A with Megan Reilly

September 4, 2020

During the course of the academic year, we’ll be sharing out Q&As completed by our newest faculty members in an effort to introduce them to our campus and School of Education communities. Here is the Q&A with Megan Reilly, an assistant professor with the Department of Theatre and Drama.

School of Education students are ready to take on the new semester

September 2, 2020

Masks. Hybrid learning. Physical distancing. Testing. The fall 2020 semester is kicking off — and at UW–Madison, it won’t be like any semester that’s come before. However, our School of Education students are just as bright, driven, and inspiring as always. Seventeen students shared their thoughts with us on majors, going to college amid COVID-19, what they are excited about this semester, and future plans.

School of Education welcomes 16 new faculty members for the 2020-21 academic year

August 25, 2020

The UW–Madison School of Education is welcoming 16 new faculty members to campus during the upcoming 2020-21 academic year, which is one of the largest cohorts to sign on with the School since its founding in 1930. "We’re excited to welcome another group of exceptional scholars who will be working in fields as varied as the arts, health and education. They will bring a diverse set of viewpoints and experiences to our School as we build upon our excellence,” says School of Education Dean Diana Hess.