SED Faculty and Doctoral Students to Present at AERA

Several School of Education faculty members and graduate students will present at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference in San Francisco from April 27 – May 1, 2013.

For more information on the topics and times of their individual presentation, please click here.

 

The following members of the BU community will present at the AERA conference:

  • Zarka A. Ali, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Rachel Benedict, School of Education, Graduate Student
  • Hardin L.K. Coleman, School of Education, Dean
  • Susan Wharton Conkling, College of Fine Arts, Professor
  • Kathleen H. Corriveau, School of Education, Assistant Professor
  • Leslie Dietiker, School of Education, Assistant Professor
  • Christina L. Dobbs, School of Education, Instructor
  • Julie Dwyer, School of Education, Assistant Professor
  • Ziv Feldman, School of Education, Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Sarah Fish, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Susan Fields, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Bruce Fraser, School of Education, Professor
  • Jennifer Greif-Green, School of Education, Assistant Professor
  • Evangeline D. Harris Stefanakis, School of Education, Associate Professor
  • Jonathan Henner, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Robert J. Hoffmeister, School of Education, Associate Professor
  • Melissa K. Holt, School of Education, Assistant Professor
  • Kimberly A.S. Howard, School of Education, Associate Professor
  • Laura M. Jimenez, School of Education, Lecturer
  • Evan Stuart Kent, College of Fine Arts, Post-Graduate Student
  • Ronald P. Kos, College of Fine Arts, Assistant Professor
  • Bernard J. Luger, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Christopher C. Martell, School of Education, Framingham Public Schools, Lecturer
  • Sarah Novick, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Rama Novogrodsky, School of Education, Lecturer
  • Catherine O’Connor, School of Education, Professor
  • Gerald Reid, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • Abby Ridley-Kerr, College of Arts & Sciences, Undergraduate Student
  • Scott Clifford Seider, School of Education, Assistant Professor
  • Mary H. Shann, School of Education, Professor
  • Sherri Robyn Sklarwitz, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • V. Scott H. Solberg, School of Education, Associate Dean of Research
  • Kristin Wheeler, School of Education, Post-Graduate Student
  • William Carl Zahner, School of Education, Assistant Professor

Undergraduate Students

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Graduate Students

Talented graduate students from around the world prepare to become teachers, counselors, administrators, and more in as little as one year at the School of Education. Our students engage in diverse aspects of education both in the classroom and the field.