Wisconsin-Spencer Lecture Series

2005-06

Tuesdays @ 3:00 – 4:00 pm
220 Teacher Education Building (unless noted)

September 20

Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, Kellner Family Professor in Urban Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Title:  “Future of Educational Research”

October 4

Jane Zuengler, Professor, English
Maggie Hawkins, Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
Stacey Lee, Professor, Educational Policy Studies
Title:  “Researcher Positioning in Critical Research in Schools”

October 18

Alberto Cabrera, Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
Walter Lane, Assistant Dean, School of Education
Title:  Enhancing Access to Post Secondary Education

November 1

Eric Camburn, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
Erica Halverson, Lecturer, Educational Psychology
Title:  Transition to Faculty Position

November 15

Lucy Mathiak, Organizer and Member of East High United
Wayne Au, Editorial Board Member for Rethinking Schools & Board Member of the National Coalition of Educational Activists
Title:  Rethinking Schools – Grassroots Efforts

December 6

Jeff Watson, Associate Outreach Specialist, WCER
Title:  Designing Effective Feedback Systems for Public Schools

February 7  (To be held in Rm 253 Educational Sciences)

Julie Underwood, Dean, School of Education
Title:  Research to Policy and Practice

February 21—No seminar

Cohort Members will discuss progress on their work.

March 7

Kefferlyn Brown, Ph.D. Candidate, Curriculum and Instruction
Title:  Mapping Risks in Education: Conceptions, Contexts, and Complexities

March 21

Ken Zeichner, Associate Dean, School of Education and Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
Cathy Loeb, Senior Administrative Program Specialist, WCER
Title:  Strategies for Funding (Qualitative) Research

April 4

DRP students will present their AERA papers.
This will be used as a time to practice their presentations prior to AERA. All education community members are welcome to attend and give feedback.

April 18

Michelle Johnson, Ph.D . Candidate, Counseling Psychology
Title:  Motivating Factors for Native American Women Returning to Higher Education 

May 2—No seminar

Cohort members will discuss progress on their work.

School of Education
UW-Madison
1025 W. Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53706

For more information:
Richard Halverson
DRP Director
halverson@education.wisc.edu
608-265-4772

Al Barnicle abarnicle@wisc.edu