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January 2020 Newsletter

UC Davis and the School of Education announce collaboration with chef and food advocate Alice Waters in Aggie Square, Maisha Winn named top education scholar in nation, Megan Welsh becomes sixth UC Davis Chancellor’s Fellow in School of Education history, and more School news


UC Davis and the School of Education Announce Collaboration With Chef and Food Advocate Alice Waters in Aggie Square

Gary May (left), Alice Waters (middle left), Lauren Lindstrom (middle right), and  Ralph Hexter (right) discussing the new Alice Waters Institute for Edible Education at UC Davis

On Jan. 16, UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter, and School of Education Dean Lauren Lindstrom joined chef and food advocate Alice Waters and Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg to announce an exciting new collaboration for Aggie Square: the Alice Waters Institute for Edible Education at UC Davis.


Megan Welsh Becomes Sixth Chancellor’s Fellow in School of Education History

Portrait of Megan Welsh

School of Education Associate Professor Megan Welsh has been named a 2019­–2020 UC Davis Chancellor’s Fellow, a title she will hold for the next five years. The Chancellor’s Fellows Program recognizes associate professors or recently promoted full professors who produce groundbreaking scholarly work and serve the university as dedicated teachers and campus citizens. It is one of the most prestigious honors conferred on faculty members at UC Davis.


December 2019 Newsletter

New initiative to transform School of Education classroom spaces, Davis Campbell honored with 2020 CAAA Distinguished Achievement Award, Wheelhouse awarded $400,000 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grant for leadership development, and more news


November 2019 Newsletter

Young girl wearing red sweater holds a pencil while concentrating on worksheet in classroom

New grant for CAP-Ed Principals’ Support Network, faculty members join inaugural cohort of CAMPSSAH Scholars, Center for Shakespeare in Diverse Classrooms brings Globe Education Learning Consultant to campus and community, and more news from the School of Education

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