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Student and Alumni Publications 

 

2017                                       

Mary Herrmann, ELPA PhD alumna and clinical assistant professor in the Education Policy, Organization and Leadership Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has a new book titled “Decide to Lead: Building Capacity and Leveraging Change through Decision-Making.”  

2016 

Mauriell Amechi, ELPA PhD student recent published “There’s no autonomy”: Narratives of Self-
Authorship from Black Male Foster Care Alumni in Higher Education in the Journal of African American Males in Education
Fall 2016 - Vol. 7 Issue 2​

Mark Paige, ELPA PhD Alum, professor of public policy at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth​ Building a Better Teacher Understanding Value-Added Models in the Law of Teacher Education

Scott Seyforth, ELPA PhD Alum publications.  
​The Life and Times of Carson Gulley and
“In People’s Faces for Lesbian and Gay Rights”: Stories of Activism in Madison, Wisconsin, 1970 to 1990

Mark Paige, JD, ELPA PhD alum, and currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, recently published  "Use existing laws to address teacher quality".

Terrance Green, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin, and ELPA alum, received the 

the William J. Davis Award which is given annually to the author(s) of the most outstanding article published in Educational Administration Quarterly (EAQ) during the preceding volume year.

Ellie Brueckner, PhD student, "The Real College Debt Crisis: How Student Borrowing Threatens Financial Well-Being and Erodes the American Dream," was recently published in the Journal of Student Financial Aid.  Ellie is a PhD student in ELPA.

Mauriell Amechi, Director of the Community Outreach, Retention and Engagement Program at the University of Minnesota and ELPA PhD student, weighs in on Living Learning Communities.  
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