The Washington Post quoted Nathan Daun-Barnett, chair and associate professor of educational leadership and policy, in an article on how Williams College plans to eliminate loans and work-study employment from its financial aid packages and replace those funds with grants.
Time interviewed Stephanie Fredrick, assistant professor and associate director of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention, about youth suicide in the Hulu limited series “The Girl from Plainville.” The article was picked up by Yahoo! News.
A study titled “Reconceptualizing School Safety to Create a Safer Learning Environment for Black Students” by Kamontá Heidelburg, assistant professor in counseling, school and educational psychology, was featured in News Medical Life Science and picked up by Phys.org.
An article in Diverse Issues in Higher Education titled “What We Can Learn From San Diego State University” quoted Raechele Pope, senior associate dean for faculty and student affairs, chief diversity officer and associate professor in educational leadership and policy.
NPR station KCUR in Kansas City interviewed LaGarrett King, director of the UB Center for K-12 Black History and Racial Literacy Education and associate professor in learning and instruction, for a piece titled “Kansas City Black students frustrated with how their history is taught.”
TechRegister.com published UB’s year-end research roundup detailing 17 of the year’s most important discoveries, which included the Teacher Residency Program in a research feature called “Education | The next generation — of teachers.”
Education Week published “What Black History Month Should Mean: A Collection,” an article written by LaGarrett King, director of the UB Center for K-12 Black History and Racial Literacy Education and associate professor in learning and instruction.
WKBW-TVChannel 7 Buffalo interviewed Nathan Daun-Barnett, chair and associate professor in educational leadership and policy, for a piece titled, “College Board’s SAT exam becomes digital in 2024, local admissions officers say there are pros and cons.”