School of Education - George Mason University

Faculty News

thumbnail

Dr. Ingrid Guerra-López appointed CEHD Dean!

April 15, 2022

Dr. Guerra-López comes to Mason from Wayne State University where she serves as the Interim Dean of the College of Education. Read more...
thumbnail

1st Annual Donna Sterling VA Science Educators Summit

April 4, 2022

Dr. Peters-Burton assembled VA science education faculty to address science instruction in the state. Read more...
thumbnail

George Mason Computer Science Teacher Externship Program

February 3, 2022

This is the second year of a unique teaching externship for current and potential computer science teachers in D.C. and Virginia. Read more...
thumbnail

Improving Perceptions

October 26, 2021

Computer science externship with Amazon offers glimpse of career opportunities for students of teachers at area schools. Read more...
thumbnail

Re-examining Standards

October 6, 2021

CEHD Office of Diversity and Inclusion Director Shekila Melchior believes colleges should decrease focus on standardized tests in order to increase diversity. Read more...
thumbnail

Developing Solutions

September 30, 2021

Washington Center for Equitable Growth awards grant to Associate Professor Bweikia Foster Steen for research on home-based childcare providers in Virginia. Read more...
thumbnail

National Recognition

September 29, 2021

CEHD’s undergraduate teaching degrees ranked 20th among public institutions, according to U.S. News & World Report. Read more...
thumbnail

Nine Essentials

September 22, 2021

Secondary Education Professor Kristien Zenkov co-authors ‘Nine Essentials’ standards for school-university partnerships and professional development schools. Read more...
thumbnail

CEHD Faculty Receive Six Research Grants from National Science Foundation

September 21, 2021

School of Education faculty receive more than $4 million in research funding from NSF. Read more...
thumbnail

Meeting Student Needs

September 14, 2021

CEHD faculty experts prepare teachers for K-12 students affected by the pandemic. Read more...