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Recap: Education Speaker Series Lecturer Hilary Levey Friedman

On Nov. 10, 2016, dozens of Brown students, faculty and staff gathered in the Barus Building to hear Hilary Levey Friedman, Visiting Assistant Professor in American Studies at Brown University, present "Playing to Win: Raising Children in a Competitive Culture" in the fourth installment of the Brown Education Department Fall 2016 Speaker Series.

(Distributed December 1, 2016)

Professor Wong Quoted in The Atlantic

Professor Kenneth WongProfessor Kenneth WongWriter for The Atlantic Laura McKenna needed a learned perspective on how the Republic sweep in the United States will affect our nation's schools - so she turned to Brown University Professor of Education and Politics Kenneth Wong for his expertise.

(Distributed November 22, 2016)

RI Director of Strategy Octavia Abell Visits Education Policy Class

Professor Kenneth Wong invited Rhode Island Office of Innovation Director of Strategy Octavia Abell to address his Education Policy Implementation class on Nov. 2, 2016. Abell, former special assistant to the deputy chiefs of staff at the Rhode Island Governor’s Office, facilitated CS4RI. Dr. Wong, knowing that a statewide policy environment is important, invited Abell to guide the class through the maze of policy challenges. Abell presented on “Rhode Island: Lab State for Innovation.”

(Distributed November 7, 2016)

Recap: Education Speaker Series "A Night with Clint Smith"

“Writing,” Clint Smith announced to a packed auditorium in Barus and Holley on Tuesday, Oct. 26, “is a means of wrestling with questions I don’t have answers to.” Smith - a writer, teacher, TED Talks speaker, Harvard University Ph.D. candidate, and 2014 National Poetry Slam champion - was presenting “Art and Critical Pedagogy: Using Poetry to Challenge Dominant Narratives” at the Brown Education Department’s third Fall 2016 Speaker Series event.

(Distributed November 2, 2016)

Recap: Education Speaker Series Lecturer Jason Okonofua

Students lined the seats, the walls, and even the floors of the Dewey Conference Room of the Barus Building on Tuesday, Oct. 18 to hear Stanford University Assistant Professor in Psychology Jason Okonofua present, “"When Bias and Threat Persistently Interact: A Holistic Approach to Understand the Lingering Effects of Stereotypes."

(Distributed October 31, 2016)

Speaker Series: Nora Gordon Presents on Student Access to Health Services

Dept. of Education Chair Kenneth Wong with Dr. Nora GordonDept. of Education Chair Kenneth Wong with Dr. Nora Gordon

On Thursday, Sept. 22, students, faculty and staff gathered over lunch in the Barus Building Dewey Conference Room for the first of the Department of Education’s four-part fall semester speaker series. Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy Associate Professor Nora Gordon kicked off the series with her dynamic presentation, "Medicaid, Special Education, and Children's Access to Health Services."

(Distributed September 26, 2016)
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