TESTED: Documentary Screening and Filmmaker Q&A

Nabbing a spot in one of New York City's best public high schools can change kids' lives—but who gets in? Curtis Chin's TESTED follows a dozen racially and socio-economically diverse 8th... [Read More]

Service through Social Activism: A Discussion with Dominican Sisters and Nobel Peace Prize Winners Carol Gilbert & Ardeth Platte

Looking into the eyes of children is certainly part of the conviction that has led two Catholic sisters, Carol Gilbert and Ardeth Platte, both former teachers, to a lifetime of... [Read More]

Second Annual Doctoral Colloquium

Join the College of Education for an evening of scholarship featuring faculty and student research. Registration is free and required. Dinner will be served. Friday, February 23, 2018 5:00 -7:30... [Read More]

Multicultural Educational Services Alliance Hosts an Evening with Zaretta Hammond

MESA Welcomes Ms. Zaretta Hammond as part of the Abriendo Caminos/Opening Pathways for Students of Color into Teaching grant project. Please join us to hear Ms. Hammond discuss her book as... [Read More]