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By Kimberly E. WestPh.D. Student, University of GeorgiaOf all the things to refer to yourself as the term “fraud” might not rate high on the list. However, as a graduate student that feeling may be all too familiar when writing papers, doing presentations, teaching a class, or engaging in research. As you work, it is the voice in your head, sil ...Read more
By Remy Dou I could see my reflection in the glass as I stared out the window behind my cubicle on the eighth floor of the National Science Foundation where I worked as a fellow. On my desk sat my laptop open to a confirmation screen that announced in bold letters: “Graduate student application submitted.” A million thoughts flood ...Read more
Authors: Dr. Ann E. Blankenship & Dr. Leslie LockeThis case study outlines the struggle for desegregation and the adoption of culturally responsive curricula in the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) as it attempted to balance state politics and federal court oversight. The case offers a detailed illustration of the political and legal event ...Read more
Amy L. ReynoldsFall is an exciting time in the UCEA headquarters office with the fast approach of the Convention and 4th Annual Graduate Student Summit. This year, I feel a rather uncharacteristic nostalgia for these events as I prepare to phase out of my role on the Graduate Student Council, making room for a new, and third, UCEA headquarters grad ...Read more
Wesley Henry, University of WashingtonAs this year’s UCEA Annual Convention approaches, I sat down with faculty at the University of Washington to get a better sense for maximizing my time at UCEA. They shared with me their tips, tricks, and reflections on making the most of the conference experience, and I, in turn, would like to share their val ...Read more
Kristina Brezicha, The Pennsylvania State University While the irritatingly early reminders of back to school season were unnecessary, back to school season has final arrived. With the arrival of teems of undergraduates, the start of a new year has always seemed an opportunity to for a new beginning. Whether this is your first year or in my case, ...Read more
Approaching the transition to the job market can be a taxing and overwhelming period in the life of a graduate student. This does not have to be the case, as the intelligent use of various resources and strategies can alleviate much of the anxiety and difficulty that comes with finding one’s place in the professional world. Therefore, this partic ...Read more
Kristina Brezicha Pennsylvania State University At the end of May, we lost two influential and impassioned voices. As many of you know, Dr. Maya Angelou, a noted author, artist and activist passed away. Did you know that Dr. Maxine Greene, a preeminent educational philosopher, also passed away the same week? Throughout her long career, Dr. Greene e ...Read more
James E. Vines Clemson University The end of the spring semester marks the completion of another school year. A new batch of newly minted Ph.D.s and Ed.D.s are transitioning from student to Drs. However, for students who are still continuing their doctoral studies, the summer means coursework, research, and writing conference proposals an ...Read more
Participants included Alex Bowers (Columbia University), Bridget Terry Long (Harvard University), Jonathan Supovitz (University of Pennsylvania), and Julian Vasquez Heilig (University of Texas at Austin). 2-2-2-2-2-2 Plan: This highly ambitious plan suggests that at any given time, you should strive to have 2 articles coming out, 2 articles in ...Read more