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CEHD Research Day recognizes C&I researchers

Last week's CEHD Research Day included outstanding presentations from 50 college researchers. Two of the three professional development prizes of $250 were awarded to C&I researchers:

Aaron Doering, Cassie Scharber, and Charles Miller from the LT Media Lab were awarded the prize in Technology and Innovation for, "Engaging millions of learners: The role of design and aesthetics in online and mobile learning." And, Tamara Moore,

Jennifer Kersten, Kristina Tank, and Aran Glancy from the STEM Education Center recieved the Excellence in Research Award for "CAREER: Integrating K-12 engineering standards through STEM Integration."

Congratulations to C&I researchers. This Friday, March 30, 2012, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction is excited to showcase excellence in research by our graduate student community. Students from all program tracks will exhibit their work through posters, roundtables, and presentations. Please join us for some thoughtful and engaging conversations.

More information can be found on the C&I Graduate Student Research Day page.

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