MSAN Network giving young people a ‘feeling of empowerment’

July 14, 2022

Spring 2022 School of Education graduate Sofia Garcia Garbuno explains the significant positive influence the MSAN Network has had on their education experience. MSAN is a national coalition of multiracial school districts that have come together to understand and eliminate racial opportunity gaps that persist in their schools.

News and notes roundup: Morgridge Center has a new director and home

July 13, 2022

Travis Wright, an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of Counseling Psychology, is the new faculty director of UW–Madison’s Morgridge Center for Public Service, which this spring moved its administrative home from the School of Education to the Division for Teaching and Learning.

Teaching About the 2022 Elections Conference

July 13, 2022

Politics can be divisive, confusing, and challenging to approach. This conference will help educators find ways to ensure their students can discuss these sensitive and important topics with care, knowledge, and facts.

Class of 2022 set to lead and inspire

July 13, 2022

We are tremendously proud of all our students — more than 600 of them — who graduated from School of Education programs this spring. We reached out to a few of our graduating students, from those who earned bachelor’s degrees to PhDs, to learn more about their favorite memories, advice for incoming students, and future plans.