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December 10, 2018

  • Thompson Ogilvie
    This week we caught up with Teacher Education Program (TEP) student Thompson Ogilvie, who is working on his Single Subject Credential in Social Studies. Chang, who is originally from Hopedale, MA, has a BA from Bowdoin College in Economics...

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  • crowd at Fast & Curious

    The audience at the February 2018 Fast & Curious event

    The next edition of the lecture series, “Fast & Curious: ED Talks from UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School,” will take place on Thursday, November 29 at 7 pm at the Faulkner Gallery at the Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 E. Anapamu St....

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  • Jacob Kirksey at a May 2018 ExpandED talk
    This past spring, the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education School launched a new lecture series, “ExpandED: Broadening the Understanding of Today’s Educational Issues.” It’s similar to a number of on-going series such as the “Policy Goes...
  • Torrey Trust

    Torrey Trust at commencement in 2014

    Torrey Trust (Ph.D. ’14) is gaining international recognition for her research on how technology can support K-12 teachers and higher education faculty in designing contexts that enhance student learning. The International Society for...
  • artistic banner Undocumented Unafraid
    Sixteen million people—that’s the equivalent of four LAs—in the United States are part of mixed-status families. That means some members are U.S. citizens, while one or more are undocumented. Needless to say, the unequal status between...