Gevirtz School in the News

  • Friday, November 20, 2020 • CNN

    An article that discusses how racism and social inequality don’t just affect adults and explains why they have a profound impact on the mental health of children of color features commnets from CCSP's Maryam Kia-Keating.

  • Wednesday, November 18, 2020 • Santa Barbara News-Press

    An article about The Santa Barbara Unified School District’s Program for Effective Access to College, or PEAC for short, being named the recipient of the Anti-Defamation League Santa Barbara/Tri-Counties chapter’s Educator of the Year Award. One part of PEAC is the PEAC Fellowship program. Fellows receive funding to earn their credential at the GGSE and then have the opportunity to teach in the district. 

  • Monday, November 16, 2020 • Society of Counseling Psychology

    An article by CCSP doctoral student Sam del Castillo that discusses how to prevent bots from "taking over" an online study.

  • Thursday, November 12, 2020 • UCSB The Bottom Line

    A Q&A with emeritus professor Russell Rumberger, mostly focuses on his research aobut dropouts.

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2020 • Santa Barbara Independent

    An article about UCSB 's new Racial Justice Fellowship Program, an iinitiative that will provide recipients — UCSB graduate students nominated by their respective departments, including those in the GGSE — with a five-year package of full funding in addition to an $8,000 summer stipend for three of those years.

  • Sunday, November 8, 2020 • CNN

    Tania Israel is one foof the experts quoted in a story providing ways people can take care of themselves and others in the wake of the tumultuous US election.

  • Thursday, November 5, 2020 • KSL.Com

    Tania Israel is one of the experts interviewed in an article about ways to have conversations with family members that have differning political views.

  • Thursday, November 5, 2020 • Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

    An article about how incoming graduate students at UCSB--and at the Gevirtz School--can now qualify for the Racial Justice Fellowship program, which was established in response to the ongoing police violence and systemic racism protests across the country.

  • Tuesday, November 3, 2020 • Deseret News

    This editorial cites Dr. Tania Israel when discussing how people should deal with politics within families.

  • Tuesday, November 3, 2020 • ABC News

    Tania Israel is one expert interviewed for this story about how to survive the tumultous 2020 election.

  • Monday, November 2, 2020 • 13 KVAL

    A TV interview with Tania Israel, author of Beyond Your Bubble.

  • Monday, November 2, 2020 • Fort Worth Star-Telegram

    An article about the political divisions in the country on the even of the 2020 election features Tania Israel as an expert on getting beyond one's bubble.

  • Monday, November 2, 2020 • UCSB The Current

    An article about the Resilience Summit series at UCSB, which aims to give students, faculty and staff the skills to thrive in difficult times. Presenters include three professors and one doctoral student from the GGSE.

  • Saturday, October 31, 2020 • KCRW

    An interview with Tania Israel about Beyond Your Bubble.

  • Thursday, October 29, 2020 • UC Riverside News

    Tarek Azzam of the Department of Education is one of the authors of a paper discussed in this article about a study that demonstrates learning through experimentation increases undergrads' academic performance.

  • Wednesday, October 28, 2020 • NPR All Things Considered

    A story about how politics is tearing families apart features Dr. Tania Israel discussing how people can get beyond their bubbles.

  • Friday, October 16, 2020 • EdSurge

    Affiliated faculty member Richard Mayer provides guidance on what works as instructors move their teaching online.

  • Thursday, October 15, 2020 • APA's Speaking of Psychology

    A podcast featuring Dr. Tania Israel, a professor of in the department of counseling, clinical and school psychology, with practical advice for people who want to engage in meaningful dialogues with those who disagree with them.

  • Thursday, October 15, 2020 • American Psychological Association

    An article about how the use of fear is an effective way to influence voting behavior that features suggestions from Tania Israel about ways we can resist how it affects us.

  • Wednesday, October 14, 2020 • Center for the Study of Liberty

    A podcast on which Dr. Jennifer Thompson sat down with Dr. Tania Israel, Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara and author of Beyond Your Bubble: How to Connect Across the Political Divide, Skills and Strategies for Conversations That Work (APA, 2020) to discuss how we can practically accomplish these conversations.

  • Monday, October 12, 2020 • Santa Barbara News-Press

    An article about UCSB Arts & Lectures Race to Justice series--a suite of events that will engage leading activists, creatives and thinkers to expand our understanding of racism and how race impacts society and to inspire an expansive approach to advancing racial equality--mentions that the Gevirtz School is one of the series' campus sonsors.

  • Tuesday, October 6, 2020 • UCSB The Current

    An article about UCSB Arts & Lectures Race to Justice series--a suite of events that will engage leading activists, creatives and thinkers to expand our understanding of racism and how race impacts society and to inspire an expansive approach to advancing racial equality--mentions that the Gevirtz School is one of the series' campus sonsors.

  • Thursday, October 1, 2020 • UCSB Grad Post

    An article about Royce Olarte, who is entering the Ph.D. program in Education, where he will focus on mathematics education.

  • Thursday, October 1, 2020 • Santa Barbara Independent

    A review of Tania Israel's book Beyond Your Bubble.

  • Thursday, October 1, 2020 • How To Be Awesome at Your Job Podcast

    Dr. Tania Israel, aithor of Beyond Your Bubble, discusses the fundamental skills that help us have more empathic conversations.

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