blog postsAnnouncement of Faculty PromotionsJul 9, 2019 2:45 pm1336 views College of Education Dean announces the promotion of nine faculty members.NSF Awards Funding to Prof. Adrienne Dixson to Study STEM NOLAOct 3, 2019 12:00 pm1138 views Professor of EPOL is the principal investigator on the project that is studying STEM NOLA, a community-based Saturday STEM program for students in grades 2–12.Chinese Culture and Language CampMar 17, 2015 12:00 pm781 views The Chinese Culture and Language Camp aims to promote early second language development through Chinese immersion in a fun, safe, and stimulating environment by providing bilingual teaching experts of the College of Education and innovative curriculum. The participants will be working in Scholar, an exciting and secure Web writing environment that empowers them to connect, create, and publish.Arcasia James-Gallaway Receives Ford Foundation FellowshipMar 22, 2019 3:45 pm767 views Congratulations to Arcasia James-Gallaway, doctoral student in Education Policy, Organization & Leadership, for being selected as a 2019 Ford Foundation Fellow. Rachel Lauren Storm (PhD ‘20, EPOL) Named Fred S. Bailey FellowDec 16, 2019 12:30 pm673 views University of Illinois College of Education doctoral candidate Rachel Storm (EPOL) has been named one of two 2019-2020 Fred S. Bailey Fellowship recipients from YMCA of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.Meet the Education students on the Fall 2015 Dean’s ListFeb 26, 2016 3:45 pm619 views The Dean’s List honorees for the fall semester of 2015 at the University of Illinois have been announced, and the College of Education is pleased to note that 170 Education students have made the list.EPOL Assistant Professor Nathan Castillo Recognized For Recent PublicationAug 7, 2019 2:15 pm530 views Assistant Professor in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership, Nathan Castillo's recent publication was named SpringerLink Editor's Monthly Choice. Castillo's paper—Early-grade reading support in rural South Africa: A language-centered technology approach—describes a short-term study conducted in low-performing rural primary schools in South Africa. For the month of August you can download Castillo's paper on SpringerLink for free. Phi Kappa Phi Inductees for 2018-19Apr 29, 2019 4:30 pm500 views Phi Kappa Phi was born in 1897, when 10 senior students, two faculty members and the University of Maine President created a new kind of honor society, one that recognized excellence in all academic disciplines. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign chapter began in 1933. Today, Phi Kappa Phi recognizes and promotes academic excellence in all fields of higher education and engages the community of scholars in service to others. We recognize and congratulate these 2018-2019 inductees from the College of Education.2018-2019 Outstanding Student Medal Recipients AnnouncedMay 6, 2019 1:30 pm499 views Each year the Education Alumni Association (EAA) selects a bachelor's, master's/advanced certificate, and doctoral student to receive the Outstanding Student Medal, which is presented annually at the College of Education Convocation. EAA and the Office of Advancement in the College of Education are pleased to announce the three 2018-2019 deserving recipients of this prestigious award.7th Annual COE Graduate Student ConferenceDec 15, 2015 8:45 pm490 views Seventh Annual College of Education Graduate Student Conference: Transformative Scholarship, Schooling & Society March 11, 20168 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. From mundane daily interactions to national and international reform initiatives, in various ways people, communities, and institutions are constantly regulated. The effects of such regulations manifest in various social domains, one of the more pronounced being within P-20 schooling experiences. This has, among other things, led to limited educational attainment, curtailed curricula, and the potential loss of personal and/or professional identity. Yet it has also resulted in opportunities for dialogue, new learning approaches, and collective action. In an effort to contextualize the complexities and politics embedded in such practices, the 2016 College of Education Graduate Student Conference is calling for scholarship that investigates this phenomenon, as it’s experienced in the United States and around the world. We welcome scholarship that is both intimately and marginally connected to the theme, as we feel all conversations will enrich educational dialogues. All graduate students with education-related projects are welcome to submit in the following categories: Paper: An individual paper with 1 or 2 authors Submit a one-page abstract of a paper Panel: 2 – 3 coordinated papers organized around a single theme or topic Submit a one-page abstract for each paper on the panel, a description of the panel, and a panel title Roundtable: A paper in early formation such as, outlines and early drafts Submit a 50-100 word abstract. Alternative Presentations: A project that is more aesthetic/performative/poetic/evocative. We welcome submissions for performances, art installations, musical pieces, video showings, and similarly provocative interventions. Submit a one page abstract and any accompanying digital files representing your work. Send submissions & inquiries to: email@example.com. Deadline: December 31, 2015 This year’s conference will feature the 2nd annual Hong Kong University Graduate Student Conference Exchange ProgramCollege of Education Fall 2015 Welcome CelebrationJul 15, 2015 4:15 pm456 views Celebrate the beginning of the new academic year at the 2015 College of Education Welcome Celebration on Friday, Aug. 21!EPOL's John Wesley Jones Awarded 2019 AERA-Division B Dissertation of the YearFeb 26, 2019 3:45 pm425 views The American Educational Research Association (AERA) recently announced its list of 2019 Division B Award recipients, to be recognized at the annual meeting in April. The Outstanding Dissertation Award has been given to EPOL student John Wesley Jones for his disseration, The Antidote to Willfulness: Manufacturing Dissent, Kony 2012, and Propaganda as a Technology of Governance (2018).2016 AERA Annual MeetingApr 12, 2016 9:45 am406 views This year’s AERA Meeting will take place April 8-12 in Washington, D.C., and several Education at Illinois faculty members are being recognized.Recognizing Spring 2016 Education at Illinois Dean’s List and Bronze Tablet HonoreesJul 26, 2016 3:30 pm365 views Congratulations to the 140 Education at Illinois students who made the Spring 2016 Dean’s List. Congratulations also to the five Education at Illinois students who were recognized as Bronze Tablet honorees.Research Position for Postdoctoral Fellow or Advanced Doctoral StudentAug 22, 2013 5:41 pm349 views Researchers from the Illinois Graduate College and the College of Education, with funding from the National Science Foundation, are studying the role of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS) in STEM education, particularly where “flipped classroom” pedagogical approaches are being employed. The research team is seeking applicants for a new, two-year research position. Duties will include administering and analyzing surveys and interviews, conducting classroom observations, writing reports, meeting/conference planning, and general project administration. The ideal candidate will have experience with both quantitative and qualitative research approaches, along with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience with project management, grant administration/reporting, and IRB paperwork would also be beneficial. Illinois professors Dr. Bill Buttlar, Dr. Sarah Lubienski and Dr. Wen-Hao Huang will oversee this position. Interested applicants should send a resume to Professor Sarah Lubienski at Stl@illinois.edu.