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Terrell R. Morton, Asst. Professor, College of Education

October 20, 2022

UIC to lead $8.8M grant analyzing what ‘Blackness’ means in STEM 

The five-year project will culminate in a national survey

May 2, 2022

Call Me MISTER graduates hope to inspire, mentor

UIC students have been fielding offers from principals inviting them to apply for teaching jobs ahead of May 6 graduation

March 29, 2022

UIC graduate programs continue to improve in U.S. News rankings

Overall, UIC had 15 programs in the top 30 in the country

Associate Professor Decoteau Irby in the College of Education.

February 21, 2022

UIC educational policy scholar searches for social, racial justice

Decoteau Irby’s second book came to him in a dream

28 Days of Black Excellence, Chezare Warren

February 19, 2022

28 Days of Black Excellence: Chezare Warren
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Chezare Warren, an associate professor of equity and inclusion in education policy at Vanderbilt University, talks about transforming Black education. Transcript

28 Days of Black Excellence, Aginah Muhammad

February 14, 2022

28 Days of Black Excellence: Aginah Muhammad
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Host Aisha El-Amin speaks with UIC staff and alumna Aginah M. Muhammad in “28 Days of Black Excellence.” Transcript

28 Days of Black Excellence, Alfred Tatum

February 9, 2022

28 Days of Black Excellence: Alfred Tatum
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A leading expert on Black boys’ literacy development, Tatum was the dean of the UIC College of Education and directed the UIC Reading Clinic. He is provost of Metropolitan State University of Denver and professor in its College of Education. Transcript

Darrin Collins teaching science in Englewood STEM high school is

February 3, 2022

UIC receives grant to prepare CPS educators to teach next generation of biomedical engineers

The BEST program has taught 27 CPS high school teachers who have gone on to share their learning with thousands

Gholnecsar “Gholdy” Muhammad Associate professor UIC College of Education

January 12, 2022

UIC researcher among nation’s 200 most influential education policy scholars

Gholnescar “Gholdy” Muhammad recognized by Education Week

UIC Center for Literacy in coordination with Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services.

November 18, 2021

New Center for Literacy fellowship focuses on engaging community

The fellowship is designed as an 18-month program that will begin with a pilot group of four scholars this spring semester

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