- Breaking Boundaries with Video Games
At the recent daylong "Breaking Boundaries" event, students and scholars from across the University of Rochester, including the Warner School of Education, gathered to discuss the academic rigor behind video gaming, while also getting in some game time. Jayne Lammers, assistant professor of teaching and curriculum at Warner, and two Warner graduate students, Yu Jung Han and Kristana Textor, shared insights on informal learning in and around video games.
- Creative Course Finder: Warner’s Health Professions Education Course EDU 581 Featured in Inside Higher Ed
The University of Rochester provides graduate students clinical training using 3D organs. The body parts are so realistic they fool skilled surgeons.
- Event Promotes “Excellence Through Equity” in Rochester Area Schools
Promoting excellence through equity in area schools will be the focus of a public event hosted by the Center for Urban Education Success at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education. Acclaimed scholar and school reform expert Pedro Noguera will give a talk centered on closing the achievement gap at the Center’s keynote event on June 1, 2017 at East High School.
- Warner Student Honored for Academic Excellence, Service
Benjamin Eskind, a full-time master’s student in community mental health counseling at the Warner School, was honored for his academic achievement and commitment to education and service in April when he was a recipient of this year’s Outstanding Student Award presented by the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education (RACCE). He was among 35 honored on Wednesday, April 12 at the 26th Annual RACCE Awards Banquet.
- Warner School Professor and His Wife Tour America, One Ballpark at a Time
As the baseball season gets under way, read about Dan Linnenberg, assistant professor of counseling and human development at the Warner School of Education, and his wife, Ginny Skinner-Linnenberg, professor of English at Nazareth College, and their national tour of minor-league ballparks.