News

May 9th, 2018

When all roads lead to student affairs

How master’s student Sarah Toutant came to embrace the path she was already on

Posted in People
April 23rd, 2018

Early career scholars shine at national research convening

An annual gathering of education researchers brings accolades to many at USC Rossier

Posted in Awards
April 19th, 2018

Higher education advocate to keynote commencement

Ted Mitchell will speak at this year’s ceremony, alongside master’s student (and future PhD) Sarah Toutant

Posted in Rossier News
April 10th, 2018

Creating Opportunities

Hattie Mitchell EdD ’17 opened Crete Academy in South Los Angeles in September 2017, mere months after completing the USC Rossier Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program. Her goal was to meet the needs of children from families experiencing homelessness or extreme poverty. Hattie’s vision was forged by her early life experiences. Growing up, […]

Posted in People
April 4th, 2018

Why colleges need ‘tactical plans’ to help Latino students

In the 40th Pullias Lecture, Sarita E. Brown challenges academics to be positive forces for change in higher ed

Posted in Rossier News
April 4th, 2018

City Club honors USC Rossier dean as difference-maker

The organization praised Karen Symms Gallagher’s work in Los Angeles 

Posted in Awards
April 2nd, 2018

Grad studies expert wins award from major ed research group

AERA will present its Early Career Award to USC Rossier professor Julie Posselt

Posted in Awards
March 27th, 2018

How much is technology helping to get students to college?

A new report from the Pullias Center looks at the effectiveness of digital tools

Posted in Research
March 23rd, 2018

Major NSF early career award goes to USC Rossier professor

The award will fund a long-term study of teacher learning

Posted in Awards
March 23rd, 2018

Candidates for top state education position talk visions at USC

In a policy forum hosted by USC Rossier, three candidates talked about the direction of California education policy