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Summer 2014 Learning Connections now available online

July 04, 2014

The latest edition of Learning Connections, the School of Education’s alumni magazine, is now posted online.

2014 Summer Learning Connections Cover 200 pxThe cover stories for this most recent issue include a look at The Network, a new project within the School that’s building collaborations between university researchers and educators in the field, and an article showcasing the Wisconsin HOPE Lab, which is examining some of the most critical issues facing higher education today.

Other highlights within the Summer 2014 Learning Connections include:

• Letter from the Dean: Julie Underwood speaks about the School’s commitment to the education of leaders who will enrich lives, transform communities and better the world

• News and notes: Check out highlights from across the School over the past six months

• Strengthening partnerships: Forward Madison collaborative builds upon strategic ties with Madison Schools

• News from Kinesiology: Homeschool PE program a win-win for children, UW–Madison students

• New degree program: Board of Regents approves a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education

• News from Occupational Therapy: Student decides to pursue OT master’s degree after learning to care for disabled wife

• News from Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis: Jackson is driven by diversity

 Ratings game: School of Education is No. 1 among public institutions in latest U.S. News graduate school rankings

• News from Counseling Psychology and Educational Psychology: Quintana’s latest international endeavor takes him to Kuwait

• News from Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education: UW–Madison partners with UW–Stout to conduct evaluation of $32.5 million PROMISE grant

• News from the Wisconsin Center for Education Research: WCER celebrating 50 years of informing teaching and learning

• News from Dance: McShane-Hellenbrand finds success working with schools to integrate the arts into curriculum

• News from Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis: WCEPS helping researchers release online educational leadership assessment

• News from annual AERA meeting: UW–Madison showcases breadth, depth of talents

• Class notes: Read about what School of Education alums have been up to, broken down by decade -– 1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s2010s 

• Alumni Award winners: Fendler, Navarro earn top honors

• Teacher preparation: UW-Madison students excel in initial Wisconsin Foundations of Reading Test
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