WIES Lecture: Excellent Content Teaching for Multilingual Students
Kara Mitchell Viesca, Associate Professor, Teaching, Learning & Teacher Education, University of Nebraska
The Vocational Significance of Cultural Identity
Angela Byars-Winston, Professor, University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine
The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America
Richard Rothstein, Distinguished Fellow, Economic Policy Institute & Senior Fellow, Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund
WIES Lecture featuring Christien Tompkins
Christien Tompkins, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University
WIES Lecture Featuring Benedikt Harrer
Benedikt Harrer, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy Physics Education Research, San Jose State University
WCER Communications, Oct 15
UW-Madison School of Education, Sep 27
WCER Communications, Sep 26
Journal of Folklore and Education, Sep 21
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Sep 20
UW-Madison School of Education, Sep 20
Peter Goff, Yasmin Rodriguez-Escutia, and Minseok Yang, October 2018
"Documenting the Aims of Higher Education in Wisconsin," Bailey B. Smolarek, Matthew Wolfgram, Micayla Darrow, Cassandra Duernberger, Cassidy Hartzog, Kathryn Hendrickson Gagen, Ryan Mulrooney, David Singer, and Isabella Vang, CCWT Research Report, 2018.
Ahyoung Alicia Kim, Daniella Molle, Jason Kemp, and H. Gary Cook, October 2018
Matthew T. Hora, Bailey B. Smolarek, Kelly Norris Martin, and Lee Scrivener, October 2018
"Feeling the Stress and Strain – Race, Economics, and the Educational Experiences of Latinx Emergent Bilinguals in a ‘New’ Destination School," Bailey Smolarek, Race Ethnicity and Education, 2018.
Robert Mathieu (PI), Kitch Barnicle and Donald Gillian-Daniel received a grant of $3,340,893 from the National Science Foundation for “Aspire: The National Alliance for Inclusive and Diverse STEM Faculty” through Aug. 31, 2023.
Peter Wardrip (PI) was awarded $240,568 by the National Science Foundation for the project "EAGER: MAKER: Enhanced learing through making by way of personalized content for animation and fabrication" through 2019.
Percival Matthews, Martha Alibali and Ana Stephens (co-PIs) were awarded $670,986 by the National Science Foundation for the project "Cultivating Knowledge of Mathematical Equivalence" through 2021.