The Quinn Scholarship was created by Julie Richardson Agnew ’91, Richard C. Kraemer Term Professor of Business at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, to support School of Education students committed to helping children with dyslexia. Agnew established the scholarship in honor of her son Quinn, who was diagnosed with dyslexia and benefited from learning at the Riverside School.
Through a partnership between W&M and Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail, four students in counseling designed and delivered a 10-week counseling curriculum focused on empowering and motivating women inmates to find a path toward a healthier life.
William & Mary School of Education alumna Bronwyn MacFarlane Ph.D. ’08 is the recipient of the 2018-2019 National Association for Gifted Children Early Leader Award. The award recognizes individuals with exceptional professional contributions within the ten years since earning a doctorate.
Gene Roche, executive professor of higher education at William & Mary, will receive the 2019 Shirley Aceto Award for exceptional commitment to excellence in service to the campus community.
This fall, the School of Education will enroll its first students in a new online master’s degree program focusing on military and veterans counseling. The program, the only one of its kind in Virginia, will train counselors to work with veterans and their families on issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, the emotional impacts of physical injury, long-term family separation and the transition from military to civilian life.
William & Mary School of Education faculty and students presented at the American Education Research Association's (AERA) annual conference. We offer a look at some of the research projects behind the presentations and the group that won an award for their evaluation tool.