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GSE Faculty News

December 31, 1969

Limits on Student Testing Make Sense, Mason Experts Say

October 30, 2015

Experts from the College of Education and Human Development are available to discuss the White House's proposed cap on student testing in the nation's public schools. Read more...

Outstanding Science Educator of the Year is Awarded to Erin Peters-Burton

October 28, 2015

CEHD is delighted to announce that Erin Peters-Burton is the recipient of the national 2016 Outstanding Science Educator of the Year award. Read more...

Elavie Ndura is Named Mason Presidential Fellow

October 15, 2015

As a presidential fellow, Ndura will work closely with George Mason president Ángel Cabrera to promote peace through intercultural conversations. Read more...

CEHD's Innovative Use of Video Coaching is Enhancing Teacher Preparation

October 12, 2015

Every two weeks, Mason student-teachers send in a video of themselves teaching at a local school — then get coaching and critiques right back. Read more...

In the News: Jennifer Suh

September 29, 2015

This week's issue of Education Week cites the NSF-funded work of Jennifer Suh in the area of mathematics modeling for elementary school teachers. Read more...

Eight CEHD Faculty Members Receive Promotion and/or Tenure

September 16, 2015

Dean Ginsberg announced that eight faculty members received promotion and/or tenure. Read more...

In the News: Kimberly Sheridan

September 10, 2015

The Huffington Post this week cited the research of Kimberly Sheridan and her colleagues regarding "making and learning" in both classroom and extracurricular settings. Read more...

PhD in Education Colloquium 2015 is on Sept 18

September 3, 2015

Faculty and students are invited to this discussion and reception featuring Dr. Suhanthie Motha, associate professor of applied linguistics at the University of Washington. Read more...

Three Faculty Members Named Mason Rising Stars

July 29, 2015

Three to watch! Nelson Cortes, Anna Evmenova, and Jennifer Suh were named "Rising Stars" by the Mason Spirit magazine. Read more...

In the News: Elavie Ndura

July 22, 2015

Yesterday on the BBC Newshour, Elavie Ndura was interviewed regarding the turmoil surrounding presidential elections in Burundi. Read more...

A Trip to Capitol Hill: AIM-VA Presents at American Dyslexia Event

July 20, 2015

The team from the AIM-VA project were on Capitol Hill last week to raise awareness about learning disabilities and differences. Read more...

In the News: Erin Peters-Burton

July 20, 2015

The August 2015 issue of Scientific American includes a feature article on the STEM high schools research of Erin Peters-Burton and her colleagues. Read more...

Key Leaders Consider Virginia's Early Learning Workforce

July 16, 2015

Dean Mark R. Ginsberg moderated a discussion among key state leaders on how to ensure a high quality, early care workforce. Read more...

Nancy Guth Completes 3,000 Mile Cycling Race for the Fourth Time

July 15, 2015

When she's not teaching literacy at CEHD, the indomitable Nancy Guth is competing in the nonstop Race Across America. Read more...

Executive Chief Learning Officer Program Now Available

July 7, 2015

Mason is one of the few colleges nationally to offer a program dedicated to the quickly expanding role of the chief learning officer. Read more...

Len Annetta is Featured in STEM Teacher Workshop Sponsored by Local Corporations

July 6, 2015

The workshop for local high school teachers featured Dr. Annetta providing insights on STEM fields and research. Read more...

Two Mason Professors Named to New National Commission on Clinical Practice

June 29, 2015

Audra Parker and Kristien Zenkov have been named to the commission examining clinical practice in teacher preparation. Read more...

CEHD Welcomes 13 New Faculty Members

August 24, 2015

CEHD welcomes new faculty members to the college's two schools: the Graduate School of Education and the School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism. Read more...

NSF Grant to Study Science Learning Through Game Creation Among Students With Learning Disabilities

June 8, 2015

Professors Berkeley and Annetta are studying the self-regulation of learning of middle school students with learning disabilities as they create their own science video games. Read more...

Brenda Bannan Coordinates Accident Simulation to Research Emergency Response

May 26, 2015

The live training drill involved INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax County Fire & Rescue, and many others in innovative research. Read more...

Dean Ginsberg Visits With Lawmakers on Capitol Hill

May 19, 2015

Dean Mark R. Ginsberg met with members of the Virginia Congressional delegation and other legislators yesterday. Read more...

Mark R. Ginsberg Named to 30 Most Influential Deans

May 12, 2015

Dean Mark R. Ginsberg was named today to the list of 30 Most Influential Deans of Education in the U.S. Read more...

New, Multi-Disciplinary, HDFS Degree Combines Psychology and Family Science

May 6, 2015

The new undergraduate program in Human Development and Family Science is a collaboration of CEHD and CHSS. Read more...

More than 80 CEHD Faculty Members and Students Will Present at AERA

March 31, 2015

CEHD will have a strong presence at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) starting April 16. Read more...

Faculty and Students Make an Impression at CIES

March 24, 2015

CEHD was represented well at the annual Comparative and International Education Society conference. Read more...

CEHD Faculty Books: 2013-14

February 18, 2015

Enjoy this roundup of books written or edited by faculty from the College of Education and Human Development. Read more...

Dean Ginsberg Speaks at "Parents as Teachers" Reception

February 6, 2015

Mark R. Ginsberg, dean of the college, spoke at a reception on Capitol Hill honoring Rep. Danny Davis (D-IL). Read more...

Harvard Educational Review: The Maker Movement in Education

February 2, 2015

Kim Sheridan's article on "The Maker Movement in Education" appears in the winter issue of the Harvard Educational Review. Read more...

Mason Professors Kick Up Teaching Techniques With NSF Grant

February 9, 2015

Collaborating across disciplines, professors at George Mason are working on a new NSF grant to improve university teaching of STEM subjects. Read more...

NSF Grant to Help K-12 Teachers Teach the "Why?" Behind Math

January 28, 2015

Mason professors received a $1.3 million National Science Foundation grant to help teachers help students understand the reasoning behind math problems. Read more...

In the News: Dean Ginsberg

January 7, 2015

A December 29 AP story that appeared in Education Week features Dean Mark R. Ginsberg on preschool education. Read more...

In the News: Anthony Pellegrino

January 7, 2015

The January 7 issue of Education Week features Assistant Professor Anthony Pellegrino on teaching the Holocaust. Read more...

Kristien Zenkov Receives 2015 University Teaching Excellence Award

April 14, 2015

Congratulations to Kristien Zenkov, a recipient of George Mason University's 2015 Teaching Excellence Award. Read more...

Three Division Directors Appointed in CEHD

January 12, 2015

Three faculty members have taken on new leadership positions within the College of Education and Human Development. Read more...

Making a Mark: $2 Million Faculty Gift Endows Science Education Chair

November 10, 2014

What began in 2011 as an anonymous donation has become the largest gift ever received by George Mason University from a faculty member. Read more...

Council For Learning Disabilities Honors Margaret King-Sears With 2014 Service Award

December 3, 2014

Professor Margaret King-Sears received the Floyd G. Hudson 2014 Service Award from the Council for Learning Disabilities for outstanding performance and commitment. Read more...

Seth Parsons Named Emerging Leader in Education

October 20, 2014

Phi Delta Kappa International has selected Associate Professor Seth Parsons as a member of the Emerging Leaders Class of 2014-15. Read more...

Project ExCEL to Help Identify Low-Income, High-Potential Students

October 30, 2014

A new project to identify and serve low-income, high-potential students receives $2.5 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education. Read more...

Learning Technologies Wins National Award for Collaboration and Innovation

September 22, 2014

The Division of Learning Technologies is a recipient of the 2014 Learning! 100 award, which recognizes high performance organizations that embrace collaboration and innovation. Read more...

Professors Bemak and Chung Named ACA Fellows

April 7, 2015

Fred Bemak and Rita Chi-Ying Chung are recent Fellow Award recipients from the American Counseling Association. Read more...

In Defense of Strong Social Studies Education

October 22, 2014

Assistant Professor Anthony Pellegrino and 16 other Virginia scholars joined to defend the continued teaching of history and social science. Read more...

Welcome to Ten New Faculty Members

August 29, 2014

CEHD welcomes ten new faculty members to the college's two schools, the Graduate School of Education and the School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism. Read more...

Pamela Hudson Baker is Appointed New Division Director

July 3, 2014

Pam Baker became director of the Division of Special Education and disAbility Research on July 1. Read more...

Spirit of King Award Presented to Shelley Wong

July 7, 2014

Associate Professor Shelley Wong received the 2014 Spirit of King Award from the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education. Read more...

Maker Faires and Maker Spaces

June 30, 2014

Professor Kimberly Sheridan's ongoing research on how learning takes place in maker spaces coincides with the White House's first Maker Faire in June. Read more...

Donna Sterling, Prominent STEM Education Scholar and Mason Professor, Passes Away at 65

June 24, 2014

George Mason University is deeply saddened to note the death of Professor Donna Sterling. Read more...

How Do You Spell Mnemonics? Try Scruggs-Mastropieri

April 22, 2014

Last week the Division for Learning Disabilities of the Council for Exceptional Children hosted a tribute for Mason's Tom Scruggs and Margo Mastropieri.  Read More...


Mason Educators Train Teachers from 20 Countries

March 20, 2014

Mason educators were part of a group representing 20 different countries visiting the United States and George Mason University for six weeks this winter as part of a U.S. Department of State grant. Read More...


White House to Honor Kevin Clark as a Champion of Change

February 24, 2014

The White House announced today that Dr. Kevin Clark has been named a "Champion of Change" and will be honored for his work on Wednesday, February 26. Read More...


Gary Galluzzo Receives the 2014 David G. Imig Award for Distinguished Achievement

February 24, 2014

One of the preeminent honors in the education field will be presented on March 1 to Dr. Gary Galluzzo, recipient of the 2014 David G. Imig Award for Distinguished Achievement in Teacher Education. Read More...

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