The Johns Hopkins School of Education's Newsletter for faculty, staff and students.
Vol. 1, No. 13, June 28, 2016
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Special Alumni and Friends Edition
Former Baltimore Ravens lineback Ray Lewis hands out glasses to students at Tuesday's Vision for Baltimore launch announcement.

SOE Celebrates Commencement!

Full coverage here.
Gabrielle Milano
An Internship Leads to a Career Serving Children
Gabrielle Milano, who will graduate in July from the School Counseling Fellows program, said she is going to use every resource available to prevent kids from falling through the cracks.

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Graduate Appointed Special Education Director for Urban Teachers
Brandon C.S. Wallace, MAT ’09 and past recipient of SOE’s Dianne Tobin Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching, has been appointed national director of special education for Urban Teachers.
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A Chance Encounter with an Autistic Child and Then a Career Redefined
When Shannon Majoros entered college, her career had already been determined. She would go to law school like many in her family before her. But then she met Annie.

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Tyler Ames
A Research Passion Shaped by Personal Experience
Tyler Ames wants to better understand how parental involvement can increase student success by focusing his research on a burgeoning area—career and technical programs —as a School of Education doctoral student.

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Tyler Ames
Criminal Investigators Discuss Police Video, Drug Smuggling
Many of Maryland’s highest-ranking criminal investigators, including Michael Berkow, an SOE graduate and director of the U.S. Coast Guard Criminal Investigative Service, gathered for the Division of Public Safety Leadership’s Criminal Investigations Commanders Forum. 

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Mariale Hardiman recieving gift from the delegation from India
Educators from India Learn About Brain-Targeted Teaching Model
Twenty-five principals and teachers from India visited the School of Education for a presentation on the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model.

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Mariale Hardiman recieving gift from the delegation from India
Study Shows Diplomas Now Boosts Odds of Graduating High School
The Diplomas Now model increases the percentage of sixth- and ninth-graders likely to graduate from high school, according to a major new study.

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CTE Early Child Care Expo
Over 1,000 Attend CTE’s Early Child Care and Education Expo
The syncopated sounds of children jumping and ropes slapping the asphalt dazzled a large contingent of adults and children who turned out for the Center for Technology in Education’s first Early Child Care and Education Expo in Columbia on June 18.

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Florida’s College and Career Readiness Reforms: Are They Helping?
College-for-All has become a prominent theme in 21st-century education, however there are problems with it.
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Of Interest
Bootcamp for Tech Entrepreneurs
Have an idea but don't know how to get it turned into a viable business? Registration is open now for the fall 2016 JHU Bootcamp for Technology Entrepreneurs.

GoHopOnline and Stay Connected!
GoHopOnline is our new, secure web-based networking platform that links Johns Hopkins alumni with our  university community to help grow and refine personal and professional networks. Register today!

Help Us Meet Our Goal!
We hope you will consider supporting the transformative work of SOE faculty and students in our communities. We are only $19,000 away from meeting our $100,000 goal by June 30.
Give Now

New Faces at SOE
Sherron Murphy
Weinberg Early Childhood Center Names Executive Director
Sherron Murphy is a longtime early childhood care and education professional, beginning her career in 2001 as a kindergarten teacher for New York City Public Schools.

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PSL Adds Professor of Leadership
Antigoni Papadimitriou, an expert in quality management, strategic planning and organizational change, will join the faculty of the Division of Public Safety Leadership on July 1 as an assistant professor of leadership.

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School Appoints Registration and Admission Director
Barbara Shaffer Emorine, an associate university registrar at Queens University in Ontario, will lead the development of recruitment and admissions strategies, assure the confidentiality and security for all student records and assist in the planning and oversight of commencement activities.

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Counseling Graduation
Glass Pavilion, Homewood Campus
July 23

Doctor of Education 2016 Orientation and Residency
Levering Hall, Homewood Campus
August 1-3
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Service Anniversaries

June 2016

Timothy Reiss
Information Technology
Celebrating 25 years June 24

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