Lesley regional cohort and Reading Recovery aided Tracy Lafreniere’s '13 career while allowing her to pursue dream, stay in Ocean State.
Associate Professor Nisha Sajnani lauded for advocacy and expanded cultural awareness.
Graduate students studying autism discover ways to make social media a part of learning, and how technology can level the playing field for K–12 students with disabilities.
"Our students are learning how to research and build culturally relevant lessons," says Dr. Susan Rauchwerk, "and to think broadly about the impact that poverty has on learning."
Graduates of our bachelor's degree completion programs share their insights with those considering going back to school.
Division of Counseling and Psychology
Dr. Steck challenges students to become culturally active, intellectually curious, and critically engaged.
brings a critical literacy focus to her courses in in literature, literacy,
writing, and research.
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Come see our campus and learn about our bachelor's degree programs. This event is for high school students and their families, and transfer students.
Join us to learn how a graduate degree can help advance your academic and career goals.