Anne Benoit, an alumna of the Graduate School of Education’s PhD in Educational Studies program, was recently honored for her research.
Friday, March 21, 2014
The award, for outstanding scholarship by a new researcher, was based on her dissertation study, "Learning from the Inside Out: A Narrative Study of College Teacher Development."
AERA is one of the largest organizations of educational researchers in the world, with more than 25,000 members. SIGs, or Special Interest Groups, are forums within AERA for people who share a common interest in a field of study, teaching, or research. The SIG-FTED is Faculty Teaching, Evaluation, and Development, the purpose of which is to “investigate, promote, and support research and development on college teaching and learning, faculty evaluation and development, and student ratings of teaching.”
Anne received her PhD in Educational Studies, Adult Learning and Development Specialization, in 2013. She is currently Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Undergraduate Peer Tutoring and TA Programs at Curry College in Milton, MA. She also is an adjunct professor at Emmanuel College in Boston and an instructor at the Norfolk County Jail and Correctional Center in Dedham.
Anne will accept her award at the 2014 Annual AERA conference in Philadelphia in April.
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