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Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley addresses Commencement audience, PhD candidate Vanessa Segundo receives Ford Dissertation Fellowship, resident teachers honored, alumna Judy B. Davis establishes new teaching credential scholarship and more news from the School of Education
PhD candidate Vanessa Segundo has been awarded a Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for the upcoming academic year. One of 38 recipients nationwide, Segundo is the fourth student in UC Davis history and the first student in the School of Education’s history to be honored with this fellowship. Prof. Danny Martinez is also a former Ford Foundation Fellow.
Third annual Give Day breaks School of Education records, School of Education researchers attend AERA Annual Meeting in Toronto, new Wheelhouse brief highlights forgone community college financial aid and more news from the School of Education
Third annual UC Davis Give Day, April 12-13; CANDEL program joins the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) Consortium; new CANDEL student award established in honor of Dr. Paul Heckman; and more news from the School of Education
PhD Candidate Kaozong Mouavangsou, advocate for Hmong Americans in education, receives activism award; School of Education hosts South African professor focused on educational equity for students with disabilities; and more from the School of Education