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Calendar

2/9/2016
Warner School Admissions at URMC

2/10/2016
Wednesday Lunch Hour - Mindfulness in the Classroom

2/12/2016
Quantitative Consulting Workshop: Descriptive Statistics: T-test & ANOVA

2/17/2016
OPT Workshop for Warner Students

2/17/2016
NEW Higher Education Master′s Concentration in Academic & Career Counseling Information Session

2/24/2016
Publicly Engaged Scholarship in Urban Communities: Teaching, Listening, and Collaborating

2/24/2016
CPT Workshop for Warner Students

2/27/2016
Why Teach? Event

2/27/2016
Writing Workshop - Citations, Referencing, and APA Style

2/27/2016
Administrative Internship Seminar

3/4/2016
Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) Workshop

3/9/2016
Film Event: Nickel City Smiler

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News

  • UR Warner School of Education to Offer Guaranteed Teaching Scholarships
  • UR Warner School of Education to Offer Guaranteed Teaching Scholarships

    The Warner School announces a new scholarship program designed to make teacher education programs more affordable and attract the best and brightest to the teaching profession and Warner’s innovative teacher education programs.  New students starting master’s programs leading to New York State teaching certification are guaranteed a minimum 50 percent tuition scholarship, provided they commit to teach in a U.S. school for a minimum of two years after graduation. 

  • EVENT: Award-Winning Author, Advocate, and Professor to Speak on the Critical Need to Invest in Urban Schools
  • EVENT: Award-Winning Author, Advocate, and Professor to Speak on the Critical Need to Invest in Urban Schools

    Valerie Kinloch, professor of literacy studies at Ohio State University, will give a talk, titled “Publicly Engaged Scholarship in Urban Communities: Teaching, Listening, and Collaborating,” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24, in the Genrich-Rusling Room of LeChase Hall on the University of Rochester’s River Campus.

  • EVENT: Presidential Commission on Race and Diversity Hosted by Warner
  • EVENT: Presidential Commission on Race and Diversity Hosted by Warner

    All members of the University community are welcome to participate in this town hall on January 20 in LeChase Hall's Genrich-Rusling Room at 2 p.m.

  • EVENT: Agency Fair for RCSD Families of Children with Disabilities Scheduled for January 23 
  • EVENT: Agency Fair for RCSD Families of Children with Disabilities Scheduled for January 23 

    East and the Institute for Innovative Transition at the University of Rochester invite all Rochester City School District (RCSD) families of children, ages 12 to 21, with a disability to attend an Agency Fair to learn about the many college options and employment opportunities available to students with disabilities. 

  • Presidential Commission on Race and Diversity to Examine Campus Climate
  • Presidential Commission on Race and Diversity to Examine Campus Climate

    A new University commission will assess issues of race and diversity at the University and recommend ways to improve the racial climate at Rochester. Established by President and CEO Joel Seligman in a message to the community after 150 students held a November protest to demand improvements in campus diversity and a stronger stance against racism, the commission will issue a preliminary report in January and a final report by the end of the spring semester.




Other News

12/14/2015 Warner School Researchers Find Pitfalls in New Teacher Certification Assessment
12/07/2015 Video: Engaging Students Inside the Classroom, and Out
11/10/2015 New Book Aims to Reassert the “Public” in Public Education
11/09/2015 How Freedom Schools Use Resources of Oppressed Students, Parents, and Communities
11/01/2015 Spring 2016 Admissions Events
10/30/2015 The Center for Professional Development and Education Reform Offers New Online Professional Learning Services
10/29/2015 Warner School Launches Discussion About “Learning in the Digital Age”
10/28/2015 Warner School Seeks Public Comments During Education Reaccreditation Process
10/26/2015 Warner School Receives $2 Million Grant for STEM Education
10/16/2015 Researchers Show How Leadership "Churn" Undermines School Reform
10/14/2015 Institute for Innovative Transition Awarded $2.5 Million Grant to Partner with CUNY and AHRC on Inclusive Postsecondary Initiative in NYC
10/13/2015 Latest Book by Warner School Professor Receives National Counselor Education & Supervision Award 
10/09/2015 Golisano Foundation to Honor Martha Mock with First-Ever Move to Include Award
9/30/2015 Mike Ford Honored with 2015 Distinguished Service Award
9/25/2015 Researcher Examines How Affinity Spaces Motivate Teen Writers
9/21/2015 Professor Receives National Grant to Study the University of Rochester’s EPO Partnership with East
9/09/2015 Statement from East Superintendent Shaun Nelms on the First Day of School
9/03/2015 East Staff and Students to Ring in the New School Year on Sept. 8
8/27/2015 Shaun Nelms Assumes the Role of Superintendent of University of Rochester/East EPO
8/24/2015 Warner School Partners with Rochester Center for Community Leadership to Offer New Scholarships to Rochester Students



In the News

2/03/2016 David Hursh Contributes to the Charter Schools Discussion on WXXI Connections
2/02/2016 Kara Finnigan on the Role of Segregation in School Failure on Shanker Blog
2/01/2016 Edward Brockenbrough on Gender Policing on WXXI Connections
1/13/2016 Mary Jane Curry Quoted in BBC News Story on the Rise of English in Higher Ed & Research
1/13/2016 Kara Finnigan Contributes to PBS NewsHour Story on Rochester's Urban-Suburban Program
1/13/2016 Prof Jayne Lammers and Warner Doctoral Student Kristana Textor Featured in Rochester Review Story on Video Games 
1/04/2016 Shaun Nelms and George Moses Write Speaking Out Essay on the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative
12/28/2015 Kara Finnigan Shares Initial Response to Every Student Succeeds Act on the American Journal of Education Forum
12/21/2015 David Hursh on the "End of Public Education" on New York NOW
12/07/2015 13WHAM-TV Feature on Vision Care Program at East
12/04/2015 WXXI Connections: East's Partnership with the University of Rochester
11/30/2015 In Review: Warner Leader's Appointment Extended
11/17/2015 Democrat and Chronicle Highlights Signs of Progress at East
11/04/2015 Joanne Larson Comments on Recent Racial Incidents on 13WHAM-TV
10/27/2015 Cindy Callard on NSF Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship Grant
10/05/2015 Mike Ford Profiled in the Finger Lakes Times
9/24/2015 Mary Jane Curry Blogs About Her New Book Series on Knowledge Production
9/21/2015 Leslie Rivera '14W (CAS) Named a "Woman to Watch" by the Democrat & Chronicle
9/21/2015 Joanne Larson's Study of Partnership with East Featured in Rochester Business Journal
9/18/2015 Jayne Lammers on Teaching "Networked Writing" on Literacy Daily Blog



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