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.
"I am driven to help others like me," says activist Kate Price. "Survivors need support and resources beyond the crisis point."
Cambridge Historical Commission lauds restoration of former North Prospect Church
Scott Govoni is an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate School of Education.
Dr. Sajnani's work has focused on the purpose of theater-making in the aftermath of violence and as an approach to embodied enquiry.
Dr. Merrifield is a Professor of English Education in the College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studes Education Program.
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