Dr. Kate Cairns published a post entitled “Assignment: Earth — Children as agents of environmental change” on the Changing Childhoods research blog. Read the post here.
SUNY Plattsburgh has announced the college’s first PRODiG Fellow, Dr. Samantha White. The position is funded for two years under SUNY’s Promoting Recruitment, Opportunity, Diversity, Inclusion and Growth — PRODiG — initiative. The program was created to increase representation of historically underrepresented faculty at the state university system, including underrepresented minority faculty and women faculty … Continue reading Dr. Samantha White heads to SUNY Plattsburgh as the college’s first PRODiG Fellow…
Congratulations to Smruth Bala Kannan and Rashmi Kumari for their commentary titled “Collaborations Across Global North-South: Considering Opportunities and Challenges” published in NEOS. Read the commentary here.
Congratulations to Katherine Martin on the publication of her chapter, “Please Sit Down: Children’s Creative Expression within the Boundaries of a Structed Early Childhood Education Classroom”, in Rethinking Young People’s Lives Through Space and Place (Sociological Studies of Children and Youth),Vol. 26, Emerald Publishing Limited. Read more here.
Congratulations to graduating senior Tamia Taylor who was featured in Rutgers-Camden News Now. Read more about Tamia’s journey and plans for the future here.”
A big congratulations to Dr. Wenhua Lu who was selected as a recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity for 2020. This award which recognizes Wenhua for her remarkable achievements in research and scholarship over the past three years. Please join in applauding Dr. Lu on this achievement!