Honors, Math, Science Students Win Research Festival
From translating cells into 3D-printed models, to studying the solar system in a mobile planetarium, TCU College of Education students lead educational experiences and research projects as wide-ranging as our universe.
The College’s 2018 Research & Pedagogy Festival showcased more than 30 research projects and experiences presented by undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students on Wednesday, Apr. 18. Each student or student group worked with a faculty chair, and four groups of teacher candidates shared their experiences teaching, studying and traveling in Europe.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Research & Pedagogy Festival:
Dr. Jo Beth Jimerson also presented the College’s first ever dissertation award to Dr. Courtney Wait, who earned her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership in 2017. She received the College honor for her dissertation, It Starts with your Heart and Radiates Out: Building Democratic Parental Participation in Schools, and will advance to the university level competition.
Special thanks to festival co-chairs Dr. Curby Alexander and Dr. Endia Lindo and judges, Dr. Steve Przymus, Dr. Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Dr. Molly Weinburgh and Dr. Endia Lindo.