6th Bi-annual School of Education GSA Research Symposium

Researchers and Practitioners: Bridging the Gap Together

January 21, 2012

The 2012 SOE Research Symposium provides a forum for graduate students, professors, alumni, and current practitioners in the field of Education to share knowledge and experience in a collegial conference environment. Drawing inspiration from Dean McDiarmid’s strategic plan, the theme of the 2012 Symposium is providing researchers, policy makers, and practitioners with conceptual and empirical work that helps improve learning opportunities in educational settings. Lunch will be provided (if registered by Jan. 16th).

Session Topics
  • Supporting Educator Preparation
  • ESL Students
  • Mentoring Marginalized Populations
  • Approaches to Content Areas
  • School Transitions
  • Arts Integration
  • Working with At-Risk Students
  • Student Achievement


Time: 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Place: Peabody Hall
Registration: Free to everyone. Click here to register.
The first 25 people to register will receive free parking close to Peabody Hall.

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