March 30, 2015



Education | Science | News coverage:  How schools discourage some girls from pursuing STEM

Young women from historically marginalized populations are frequently excluded from STEM opportunities because of low expectations by teachers and family members, argues Kimberly Scott, associate professor at ASU.


New ASU degree helps meet critical demand for high school math teachers

ASU's School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is offering a new bachelor’s degree in mathematics, with a concentration in secondary education, which will provide a new pathway for teaching careers.


Teachers College professors win top honors for research, mentoring

Two ASU professors in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College have been selected as fellows of the American Educational Research Association, one of the most prestigious educational research societies in the world.


Educators, engineers team up to graduate more STEM-trained teachers

What do you get when you pair education with engineering at ASU? Graduates better trained to teach math and science to grades 7-12 across the state.


Leader in STEM, minority education to receive honorary degree from ASU

Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, will receive an honorary degree from ASU at this year's spring commencement.


Teachers College graduate education programs rank among top nationally

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU continues to ascend in the rankings of the nation's top college of education graduate programs, climbing six spots in the past year.


Earn a master's in higher ed at ASU's Tempe, Downtown Phoenix campuses

For fall 2014, the Master of Education in Higher and Postsecondary Education in ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is expanding to include two cohorts located at ASU’s Tempe and Downtown Phoenix campuses.


ASU offers new graduate certificate in institutional research and policy analysis

Degree and non-degree seeking graduate students at ASU can now pursue a certificate in institutional research and policy analysis from Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.


Learning scientist pioneers new field of thought in literacy studies

ASU learning scientist James Gee has made unparalleled contributions in language, literacy and digital games research.


Young students jog, jump and dance to retain what they learn

ASU's Embodied Games for Learning Lab marries digital technology with physical movement to create innovative, mixed-reality games that help middle school students learn STEM concepts.

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