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.
The Tucker Center and tptMN’s collaboratively produced documentary, “Media Coverage and Female Athletes,” has been nominated for a Regional Emmy. This groundbreaking video builds on a research-based examination of the amount and type of coverage given to female athletes with commentary from expert scholars and award winning coaches and athletes who discuss this timely issue from […]
This week, two Curriculum and Instruction graduates, Joe Cosette and Roshan Anglin were awarded the prestigious Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) 2014 Teaching Fellowship. The five-year fellowship is awarded to early-career STEM teachers who demonstrate the potential to develop the content knowledge needed for teaching, exemplary teaching practices, and the qualities of a teacher leader.