In the Fall 2006 issue of Catalyst, we thank our donors and share the 2005-06 Donor Honor Roll. We also feature an article on Barbara Goldman, associate director of teacher education, who received the 2006 James H. Myer Distinguished Achievement Award.
In the Spring 2006 issue of Catalyst, we celebrate our first endowed chair, the David and Dolly Fiddyment Chair in Teacher Education, with a special insert on the Fiddyments and teacher education at UC Davis.
In the Winter 2006 issue of Catalyst, we announce that the School has established the Center for Applied Policy in Education and that the CRESS Center has been chosen to manage the California Afterschool Network.
The Fall 2005 issue of Catalyst celebrated some major milestones for the young School of Education. We reported that contributions to the School increased by over 700 percent in 2004-05, and we graduated our largest class to date.
In the Winter 2005 issue of Catalyst, we feature a study, “Categorical School Finance: Who Gains, Who Loses?” by Thomas Timar. We spotlight Rebecca Ambrose and her research on how children solve mathematics problems.