Cuba Study Abroad Group Photo
CHSE
The 1958 United States trade embargo on Cuba had a significant impact on international education efforts. The embargo hindered meaningful...
HDQM
OCTOBER 1, 2019 — Dr. Melanie Killen , a professor in the Human Development and Quantitative Methodology department, was featured in today's episode...
VAN FLEET, WITH COLLEAGUE LIESBET STEER, REPORTING ON THE MEETING OF THE EDUCATION COMMISSION AT THE WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETING.
CHSE
Growing up in Cumberland, Md., Justin van Fleet (Ph.D. ’11) was set on his life path in fourth grade, with the arrival of a foreign exchange student...
Melanie Killen
HDQM
Developing Inclusive Youth How to Reduce Social Exclusion and Foster Equality and Equity in Childhood SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 — Dr. Melanie Killen , a...
Roger Worthington at Thought Leaders Summit 2018
CHSE
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education (CDIHE) was established in 2017 in the University of Maryland College of Education, as a...
pregnant woman cradling belly
HDQM
College Park, MD—University of Maryland researchers will conduct an unprecedented investigation into how fetal exposure to opioids affects children’s...
Dr. Natasha Cabrera in lab with students
HDQM
A recent report suggests that studies on how early home experiences influence the development of Latino children in the United States are limited in...
Ellen Gaske
After more than 40 years in the special education field, Dr. Ellen Gaske ’75, knows how important it is that teachers have the right training. “When...
TLPL
Examining the relationship between middle school students’ sociocultural participation and their ideas about climate change This case study applied...
Photo of FRANCES LIM, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST CONSULTATION INTERN SUPERVISOR; TAN EI WIN CONSULTATION INTERN; THREE REFUGEE TEACHER PARTICIPANTS; DR. COLLEEN R. O’NEAL.
CHSE
Unprecedented levels of forced displacement have caused a global migration and refugee crisis, but societies worldwide struggle to provide long-term...