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  1. Alumni Story

    Buu Van Nygren EdD ’21 elected to Navajo Nation president

    Among his platforms included mitigating the challenges COVID-19 brought to schools in the Navajo Nation

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    Working to close the achievement gap

    USC Rossier faculty, alumni and students gathered in the Bay Area.

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    USC Rossier alumna Kim Kircher MAT ’20 named LAUSD’s 2021-2022 Rookie of the Year

    Kircher credits lessons learned at USC Rossier in preparing her for this honor

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    Building the foundation for economic opportunity

    Michèle G. Turner BS ’81, EdD ’14 is blazing a path forward for diverse contracting at USC.

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    Michelle Hooks MAT ’17 blends STEM to inspire kids

    At NASA, Hooks uses her education background to connect students to real-world science.

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    San Diego Community College District celebrates a new chancellor

    Values of diversity, equity and inclusion have motivated USC Rossier graduate Carlos O. Cortez PhD ’06 throughout his career as an educator and administrator.

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    A day in the life of a USC Rossier grad

    Alumni leaders share the details of their waking hours—from their morning routines to the ways they wind down from their busy working days.

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    Leading by example, from example

    Women leaders in her distinctly male-dominated workplace have deeply inspired Kristine Poblete EdD ’17.

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    The pandemic changed their jobs overnight. How did education technology leaders manage?

    USC Rossier alumni share how they led their districts out of crisis and into a brighter, more plugged-in future.

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    USC Rossier Alumna and Board of Councilors member leads effort to launch new inclusive school

    Elana Glasenberg EdD ’21 is helping to bring students with disabilities out of the shadows in Ukraine.

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