Prof. Wong Cited in New York Times Article

In a June 23, 2017 article, Brown Education Professor and Department Chair Kenneth Wong provided the New York Times with his perspective on mayoral control in the context of recent legislative action in New York. Dr.

(Distributed June 28, 2017)

UEP Alumna Published in Forbes Magazine

Just two weeks after graduating from Brown's Urban Education Policy master's program, alumna Madalyn Ciampi (pictured here presenting at our Brown UEP Conference in May 2017) has published her first piece in Forbes magazine, documenting how her UEP internship at Civic Nation exposed her to projects aimed at making higher educati

(Distributed June 15, 2017)

Interview with Visiting Professor Jonathan Collins

Jonathan Collins with Education Dept. Chair Kenneth WongJonathan Collins with Education Dept. Chair Kenneth WongThe Education Department is excited to welcome Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow Jonathan Collins. We had an opportunity to ask Jonathan a few questions.

ED: “What drew you to explore a presidential post-doc fellowship at Brown?”

(Distributed May 1, 2017)

Meet Our New Faculty: Q&A with Professor Rangel

Assistant Professor of Education David Rangel recently fielded questions from UEP student ambassadors regarding his research and teaching.


How can a social inequality lens be applied and make positive changes in education policy?

(Distributed April 12, 2017)

Meet Our New Faculty: Q&A with Professor Flores

Assistant Professor of Education Andrea Flores recently fielded questions from UEP student ambassadors regarding her research and teaching.


How does your work inform the efforts to reshape public education?

(Distributed April 12, 2017)

Meet Visiting Professor Levey Friedman

Hilary Levey Friedman is very excited to be joining Brown's Education Department, where she will be teaching courses on sports and the afterschool hours.

(Distributed April 10, 2017)

Education Studies Concentrator Awarded Newman Civic Fellowship

Brown University sophomore Yamileth Renteria has been selected for a 2017 Newman Civic Fellowship - an annual award named for Campus Compact founder Frank Newman which recognizes students who engage in collaborations to create long-term social change, who take action in addressing inequality and political polarization, and who demonstrate potential and motivation for long-term, effective civic engagement.

(Distributed April 6, 2017)
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