News Releases

 

Educational Technology Specialization to Relaunch

The School of Education is pleased to announce that the Master of Arts in Education with a Specialization in Educational Technology program has been completely revamped and is ready to re-launch in Spring 2019. This program prepares leaders and practitioners in technology integration, technology-enabled academic innovation, online education, training, and professional development in professional settings, including K-12 schools, higher education institutions, business, healthcare, the military, and government.

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Proposal Writing Workshop, Graduate Students

Participants will come together to discuss and understand that one's research is as good as one's proposal. This session will give an opportunity to the participants to share their initial thoughts on their research writing and how to present a clear, powerfully written proposal which can reflect the quality of their research.

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Study Abroad Opportunity in Dublin and London

Join Drs. Maccio, Plauche, and Bach for a study abroad program for summer 2019.

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School of Education Announces--“Troubling Method” – A New Book by Drs. Hendry, Mitchell & Eaton

Baton Rouge, La. – Troubling Method: Narrative Research as Being seeks to remove narrative inquiry from method. The shift to a post-humanist, post-qualitative moment is not just another phase in modernism that attempts to better knowledge production. This is a change to understanding research as an ontology, a way of being in the world, rather than a mode of production. Fundamental assumptions of research: method, data, analysis, and findings are evaluated and categorized as a mode of relational in traction.

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Take Your Professional Headshot

Update your professional headshot! No RSVP necessary. Photos will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Digital copies will be provided.

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Alumnus, Dr. Reagan Mitchell, named A. Lindsey O'Connor Visiting Professor at Colgate University

Mitchell, who received his EdS and PhD from LSU, is Visiting Assistant Professor of Educational Studies with Colgate University. The university awarded him with the title of the A. Lindsey O'Connor Visiting Professor in Educational Studies for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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Fulbright Scholar, Huda Al-Hawaj, Talks Higher Education Administration

Huda Al-Hawaj comes from a small island in the Middle East named Kingdom of Bahrain. She is a Fulbright Scholar, graduate study, earning her Masters of Arts in Higher Education Administration & Student Affairs. Al-Hawaj is currently working as a graduate assistant in Activities in the LSU Campus Life office.

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