Cap Times interviews Graham, Fetter for report examining mental health services

February 23, 2021

The Capital Times spoke with UW–Madison’s Stephanie Graham and Anna Kawennison Fetter for a report headlined, “College students and mental health counselors in Madison adapt to pandemic needs.” Graham is director of the Counseling Psychology Training Clinic (CPTC) and Fetter is a doctoral candidate. The CPTC is staffed by graduate students in our Department of Counseling Psychology’s master’s and doctoral programs who are supervised by licensed psychologists.

Diamond speaks with Education Week about ‘Reframing Suburbs’

February 15, 2021

UW–Madison’s John Diamond was interviewed for a report in Education Week that’s headlined, “Suburban Schools Have Changed Drastically. Our Understanding of Them Has Not.” The article focuses on the release of a recent study by Diamond and co-first author Linn Posey-Maddox that’s titled, “Reframing Suburbs: Race, Place, and Opportunity in Suburban Educational Spaces.”

Data on Black authors from CCBC referenced in The Atlantic article

February 3, 2021

Data from UW–Madison’s Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC), which is housed in the School of Education, was referenced in a recent article in The Atlantic about former New England Patriots football player Martellus Bennett’s new career as a children’s book author, and his activism for more Black characters in children’s publishing and entertainment.

UW–Madison’s Hora questions so-called ‘skills gap’ in Aspen Institute podcast

January 30, 2021

UW–Madison’s Matthew Hora was featured in a Business 20/20 podcast produced by the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program. Hora is the director of UW–Madison’s Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions (CCWT), which is housed within the School of Education’s Wisconsin Center for Education Research. He also serves as an assistant professor of adult and higher education.