UCI Researchers awarded Spencer Foundation grant to improve recruitment of Black teacher education candidates ★

UCI Researchers awarded Spencer Foundation grant to improve recruitment of Black teacher education candidates 6/21/2021 Brandy Gatlin-Nash. Photo courtesy of School of Education The Spencer Foundation awarded a team of UCI School of Education researchers a Racial Equity Special Research Grant to identify existing teacher recruitment practices of two university-based teacher preparation programs in Southern [...]

UCI Researchers awarded Spencer Foundation grant to improve recruitment of Black teacher education candidates ★2021-07-06T10:55:14-07:00

Am I My Brother’s Keeper: Improving the Educational Experiences and Outcomes of Black and Latinx Males ★

Am I My Brother's Keeper: Improving the Educational Experiences and Outcomes of Black and Latinx Males REGISTER NOW UCI School of Education Assistant Professor Adriana Villavicencio will present findings from her upcoming book, Am I My Brother’s Keeper?, which chronicles a four-year study focused on improving the educational outcomes of 15,000 Black and Latinx males [...]

Am I My Brother’s Keeper: Improving the Educational Experiences and Outcomes of Black and Latinx Males ★2021-05-05T11:11:52-07:00

Women of UCI Speaker Series featuring Dr. Pheather R. Harris ♥ ★

Women of UCI Speaker Series UCI faculty and staff are invited to join us for this popular speaker series focused on the challenges and triumphs faced by some of UC Irvine’s most successful women as they inspire us in our own life’s path. Everyone is welcome! featuring Dr. Pheather R. Harris Director, California Alliance for [...]

Women of UCI Speaker Series featuring Dr. Pheather R. Harris ♥ ★2021-05-11T08:44:29-07:00

Celebration of Teaching ♥ ★

You're Invited! Celebration of Teaching Featuring: Richard Milner IV Vanderbilt University & President-Elect, AERA   Thursday, May 6, 2021 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Virtual Zoom Event Registration is free and required REGISTER NOW! Note: This event will not be recorded or redistributed. The UCI Celebration of Teaching, presented by the UCI School of Education's [...]

Celebration of Teaching ♥ ★2021-04-07T09:25:00-07:00

What Matters to Me and Why | Laura E. Gómez ’94 ★

Please join us for the next 2020-21 “What Matters to Me and Why” Alumni event! Who:  Laura E. Gómez ’94 When:  Thursday, April 15, 2021, at 6 p.m. Where:  Zoom Reservations:  Required at WMMW Registration Form Dear Anteater Community, Join us for our final “What Matters to Me and Why” Alumni Series of the school year featuring guest [...]

What Matters to Me and Why | Laura E. Gómez ’94 ★2021-04-08T08:19:40-07:00

Voices & Perspectives: Black Women Leading the Discourse on Black Lives ♥ ★

Voices & Perspectives: Black Women Leading the Discourse on Black Lives To support ongoing conversations within the UCI School of Education, a panel of educational leaders share insights regarding equity, racial injustice, Black Lives Matter, K-16 education, motherhood, and hope. Panelists will contextualize and individualize “Black Lives” from a lens that only they can provide, [...]

Voices & Perspectives: Black Women Leading the Discourse on Black Lives ♥ ★2021-02-16T10:38:57-08:00

Dean’s Inclusion and Equity Speaker Series: Examining Racial Realism in the Time of Pandemic ♥ ★

Dean's Inclusion and Equity Speaker Series presents Examining Racial Realism in the Time of Pandemic featuring Tyrone C. Howard Pritzker Family Endowed Chair School of Education and Information Studies, UCLA December 9, 2020 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. PT Free to attend via Zoom Registration Required In the midst of COVID-19, the pervasiveness of racial inequities [...]

Dean’s Inclusion and Equity Speaker Series: Examining Racial Realism in the Time of Pandemic ♥ ★2020-12-04T11:24:48-08:00

Office of Inclusive Excellence | Why Juneteenth Matters in 2020 ♥★✚

Dear campus community, Today the campus observes the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth or National Freedom Day. It refers to the date when enslaved Black men, women and children in the state of Texas collectively marked their emancipation at the end of the Civil War. Since then, Juneteenth not only commemorates the ending of chattel slavery [...]

Office of Inclusive Excellence | Why Juneteenth Matters in 2020 ♥★✚2020-07-23T12:58:15-07:00

School of Humanities | Events this week on anti-blackness and racism ♥ ★ ✚

Events this week on anti-blackness and racism   The events of the last two weeks following the police killing of George Floyd have galvanized ongoing protests and calls for action against the structural racism in American society. Across the campus and in the School of Humanities, there have been several events to educate ourselves and [...]

School of Humanities | Events this week on anti-blackness and racism ♥ ★ ✚2020-07-09T13:38:37-07:00

UCI School of Education Brownbag: Racialized Tracking in the United States: Black Students and Trends in Advanced Math Enrollment ★

Yasmiyn Irizarry, Assistant Professor African and African Diaspora Studies, University of Texas at Austin Monday, February 10, 2020 12:00 – 1:00 pm, Education 2010 Abstract: Both scholars and educators have become increasingly concerned with the pervasive under-enrollment of Black youth in advanced math courses and tracks, a phenomenon known as racialized tracking. While there is a [...]

UCI School of Education Brownbag: Racialized Tracking in the United States: Black Students and Trends in Advanced Math Enrollment ★2020-06-04T14:23:47-07:00
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