USC Rossier in the Media, July 2018

August 1, 2018

Mentions of USC Rossier faculty and other related news

In commentary for Inside Higher Ed, Stephen J. Aguilar suggests ways new tenure-track faculty members can define and shape how they present themselves. (July 26, 2018)

Shape Magazine quoted Mary Helen Immordino-Yang on the importance of vacations because of how broadening the swath of people a person regularly interacts with can impact self-awareness. (July 26, 2018)

In commentary for The Washington Post, PhD student Suneal Kolluri of the Pullias Center talks about the effectiveness of Advanced Placement courses and the College Board’s work to expand access to underrepresented students. He calls for more research to see how underrepresented students engaged with these courses that are considered marks of distinction. (July 19, 2018)

The Chronicle of Higher Education quoted Shaun R. Harper on how colleges can better support underrepresented students on and off campus. (July 18, 2018)

Education Week highlighted USC Rossier’s partnership with Tulane University and others to study school choice reform across the country. The $10 million, five-year grant created the National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice, or REACH. Associate Professor Julie Marsh will oversee the center’s qualitative research. (July 16, 2018)

EdSource quoted Morgan Polikoff about California’s measurement tool to assess student progress. (July 10, 2018)

A Hechinger Report story quoted Zoë Corwin of the Pullias Center for Higher Education about shortages in the workforce and how this contributes to college attrition rates. The Texas Tribune also ran the story. (July 5, 2018)

Glamour quoted Shaun R. Harper on why women might feel they have to compete with each other for limited leadership opportunities. (July 5, 2018)

Education Dive mentioned research by Morgan Polikoff that found many popular textbooks are not aligned with state education standards. (July 5, 2018)

EducationNext published an analysis by Morgan Polikoff on how curriculum evaluation can be a reform lever for public schools, but dedicated data collection is needed. (July 2, 2018)