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Skip the money, give me a certificate New Peabody study finds certificates, not money, gives students incentives to succeed.
What's in a name? The Vanderbilt community will discuss the origin, history, and evolution of Memorial Hall.
- 8.25.15 The Ins and Outs of OutsourcingPeabody professor Angela Boatman is quoted by the Chronicle of Higher Education on the unintended consequences of outsourcing for college students and staff.
- 8.17.15 Peabody researcher named 'Inspiring Woman in STEM'Ebony McGee, assistant professor of education, diversity and urban schooling, is a recipient of INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine's 100 Inspiring Women in STEM Award.
- 8.6.15 TIP SHEET: Vanderbilt experts available for back-to-school stories As schools nationwide prepare for the new academic year, faculty researchers from Peabody College are available for comment on a variety of education topics.
- 7.27.15 Enterprising Interns: Students pursue unique internships of their own making From Deloitte to Oscar de la Renta to Big Machine Label Group, Human and Organizational Development majors choose from a wide array of business for their capstone internships.
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Teachers happier with evaluations; testing a burden
A research consortium led by Peabody Professor Dale Ballou helped the Tennessee Department of Education with a study finding that Tennessee teachers are satisfied with work conditions but feel bogged down by test prep.
Black academics expected to ‘entertain’ when presenting, new study says
Black faculty members are expected to be “entertaining” when presenting academic research to mostly white peers, according to a new Vanderbilt study by Ebony O. McGee.
‘SAM’ helps principals spend more time leading, less time putting out fires
School principals are often so caught up with managing their schools, they have little time to provide instructional leadership to their teachers. There may be a solution to this dilemma, according to a new report by researchers at Vanderbilt University and University of Pennsylvania.