Demerath, Heinrichs and Smaller receive CURA University Metropolitan Consortium grant to address “talent loss” in Twin Cities
Peter Demerath (associate professor, Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development), Marian Heinrichs (Department of Research, Evaluation and Assessment, Saint Paul Public Schools), and Gayle Smaller (New Lens Urban Mentoring Society, Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation) recently received a grant from the CURA University Metropolitan Consortium, Metropolitan Grants Program, to address “talent loss” in the […]
CSPP Professor, John Romano, was the recipient of the Henry P. David International Mentor Award from the International Division of the American Psychological Association at its recent convention. The award is given for exceptional mentoring to students and early career professionals in an international context. The Department of Educational Psychology would like to recognize Dr. John Romano for receiving this prestigious […]
Rashné Jehangir, associate professor, in the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning was the plenary speaker at Morton College in Chicago on August 14, 2014. Founded in 1924, Morton College serves predominantly first-generation and Hispanic students. Jehangir’s talk was titled, The New Majority: First-Generation and Immigrant Students: Implications for Pedagogy and Practice.