Warner School of Education


Wednesday Lunch Hour - Archaeology in the Classroom: Public Practice and Integrative Approaches to the Ancient World

Writing Workshop - Critiques, Reflective Writing, and Summarizing

Wednesday Lunch Talk - The Organizational Trap of Ethical Fading: Privileging Clout in Admissions at the University of Illinois

Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop - Amos Refresher

Child Abuse Prevention Certification Workshop

Writing Workshop - Constructing an Argument in Academic Writing

K-12 Administration Internship Orientation

Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop - Missing Data Analysis

Fall Open House

SED Certification Test Orientation Session

Administrative Internship Seminar

Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop - SPSS Refresher


Warner School to be Honored at Ibero Luncheon

The Ibero-American Action League will present the Warner School of Education with its "Friend of the Year Award" at Ibero’s 42nd Annual Luncheon on Oct. 14 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Rochester.

Ibero, the largest Latino human service agency in Upstate New York, provides numerous services to children, youth, families, seniors, and individuals with special needs. Every year, the organization presents an award to an individual or team of people who have collaborated with them in supporting the agency’s mission.

This year, the Warner School will be recognized for its partnership with Ibero’s education task force to conduct a study on the experiences encountered by Latino youth with the Rochester City School District. Results of the study—“School Experiences of Latino/a Students: A Community Based Study of Resources, Challenges and Successes”—will be shared by Warner colleagues and co-researchers Judy Marquez Kiyama and Donna Harris. Other members of Warner’s research team include Nancy Ares, Sandra Quinones, Emily Martinez Vogt, Amalia Dache-Gerbino, Anibal Soler, Dwayne Campbell, and Monica Miranda Smalls.

For more information or to attend, call (585) 256-8900 or e-mail yolanda@iaal.org.

Tags: Donna Harris, Judy Marquez Kiyama, Latina/o Academic Achievement, Nancy Ares