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Kang, Luu Advocate for Equity and Social Justice

Kang, Luu Advocate for Equity and Social Justice

What does Dr. Seuss, the popular children’s author, have to do with racism against and oppression of today’s Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) student population in higher education?

McQuillan, Viano Receive Prestigious Dissertation Fellowships

McQuillan, Viano Receive Prestigious Dissertation Fellowships

Doctoral candidate Mollie McQuillan and alumna Samantha (Adler) Viano of Vanderbilt University have received highly competitive 2017 National Academy of Education (NAEd)/Spencer Dissertation Fellowships.

SESP Seniors Win Fulbright Teaching Fellowships

SESP Seniors Win Fulbright Teaching Fellowships

Arielle Ticho and Tamar Eisen have received prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistant fellowships for the 2017-18 academic year.

Sunlight, Later School Start Times Benefit Students

Sunlight, Later School Start Times Benefit Students

Students who received more sunlight before school did better academically – especially in math – than those who were exposed to less sunlight, according to new Northwestern University research.