E&ER in the News
Ethnography & Evaluation Research often conducts studies of interest to a variety of audiences, including educators, program developers, researchers, and the general public. Our work has received attention in local, national and international forums.
Matthews, K. (2013, 29 December). Who learns in math classes depends on how maths is taught. The Conversation: Education.
Boggs, B. (2013). The science of citizenship: What's at stake when schools skimp on science? Orion Magazine, November/December.
Boggs, B. (2013, November 24). "Tell your second-grade teacher I'm sorry": The failure of science education in the United States. Slate Magazine: Politics, Business, Technology and the Arts.
Bressoud, D. (2013, October 1). Evidence of improved teaching. Launchings, Mathematical Association of America.
Bressoud, D. (2011, August 1). The best way to learn. Launchings, Mathematical Association of America.
Curtis, J. W. (2011). Faculty salary equity: Still a gender gap? On Campus with Women, 39(1).
McCrea, B. (2010). Engaging girls in STEM. THE Journal, 09/08/10.
Glenn, D. (2010, April 25). Rating your professors: Scholars test improved course evaluations. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Manzo, K.K. (2009, February 4). Professionals enrich classroom lessons with expertise: Schools draw historians, scientists, mathematicians, artists. Education Week, 28(20).
Snyder, K. (2006, March). Breaking for families: Women physicists find taking a leave is often hazardous to their career. Symmetry, Dimensions of Particle Physics,3(2),16-21.
Human, K. (2005, June 4). Lack of female profs a stubborn statistic. The Denver Post.
Henry, C.M. (2005, April 25). Undergraduate research makes a difference: Studies look at the impact of undergraduate research on retention and student outcomes. Chemical and Engineering News, 83(17), 37-38.