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Emerging Scholars in K-12 Service-Learning

May 30th, 2007
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CIRCLE and colleagues from Brandeis and University of California, Berkeley, are pleased to announce the Emerging Scholar participants in this year’s special conference on K-12 service-learning research (June 14- June 16). This is the first of a series of meetings on this topic.

Applications for future meetings will be accepted in the near future. The names of the Emerging Scholars are below.

 

  • Matt Diemer, Michigan State University
  • Gary Homana, University of Maryland
  • Reuben (Jack) Thomas, Stanford University
  • Christine Celio, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Shauna Morimoto, University of Wisconsin
  • Suzanne Pritzker, Washington University, St. Louis
  • Nicole Webster, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Min Cho, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Shira Epstein, Columbia University
  • Trae Stewart, University of Central Florida

The seminar is funded through a Catalyst Collective Action grant from the Service-Learning Leaders Circle, using funds generously provided by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The Leaders Circle is administered by the National Service-Learning Partnership at the Academy for Educational Development.

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