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Eli Tucker-Raymond, Katherine Frankel, Kathleen Corriveau, Maria Olivares, Naomi Caselli, Nathan Jones, News, Zachary Rossetti

Faculty Research in STEM and Deaf Studies Among New Federally Funded Grants in 2020

BU Wheelock faculty contribute innovative research on a wide range of timely topics, ranging from American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary acquisition to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM learning for… Read more

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BU Wheelock Alumni Conrad Baer’s Bilingual Literacy Applications Bridge COVID-19 Educational Gap

For Conrad Baer (’19), reflection on his time completing his Ed.M. in Deaf Studies at BU Wheelock provides two major takeaways: the importance of leveraging technology and the need to… Read more

Davena Jackson, Emily Glenn-Smith, Kaylene Stevens Petrin, News

Welcome to Wheelock: New Faculty Members

We’re kicking off the fall semester with a look at our new, promoted, and awarded faculty members. In this post, you’ll meet the new full-time faculty members who are joining… Read more

Amy Lieberman, David Chard, Naomi Caselli, News

Doctoral Candidate Patrick Rosenburg Named Inaugural Recipient of Ann S. Ferren Research Fund in Education Award

Patrick Rosenburg (Ed.D. candidate in Language & Literacy) has been named the inaugural recipient of Ann S. Ferren Research Fund in Education Award. The Ferren Research Fund provides support for… Read more

News, Todd Czubek

BU Bridges: Deaf Studies Students’ Week-long “Takeover” Starts at Kendall Demonstration Elementary School in Washington

This week, students and faculty from BU Wheelock’s Deaf Studies program engaged in a multi-day collaborative project with students, staff, and administrators at the Kendall Demonstration School, a Washington, D.C…. Read more