ASU education alumni named Rodel Exemplary Teachers

December 5, 2014

The Rodel Foundation of Arizona recently announced its 2015 Rodel Exemplary Teachers, and half are Arizona State University alumni.

According to the foundation’s website, the 12 Arizona educators honored this year were selected for their “outstanding student achievement in high-need schools, their ability to mentor new teachers, and the recommendation of their principals and Rodel’s observation team.” Download Full Image

The exemplary teachers will be asked to mentor high-potential student teachers from Arizona colleges of education. Six of the selected 12 earned degrees in education from ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College:

Rosanne Carlson ’85 BAE, elementary education, ’89 MEd, elementary education. Carlson teaches third grade at Porter Elementary School.

Martha Daniels ’05 BAE, elementary education. Daniels teaches eighth-grade mathematics at Ruth Fisher Elementary School.

Zenaida Estrada ’06 BAE, elementary education. Estrada is a second-grade teacher at Mitchell Elementary School.

Stephanie Lund ’09 MEd, elementary education. Lund teaches third grade at William C. Jack Elementary School.

Sylvia H. Miller ’03 BAE, elementary education (bilingual). Miller teaches fifth grade at Western Valley Elementary School.

Nancy Rhodes ’09 MEd, special education. Rhodes teaches sixth grade special education at Palomino Intermediate School.

Faculty sought for IHR Fellows program

December 5, 2014

In coordination with the multi-year celebration of the bicentennial of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the Institute for Humanities Research Fellows Program for the 2015-2016 academic year will investigate what the eruption or suppression of the monstrous shows us about ourselves, our possibilities as humans and our restless cultural imaginary. If monsters are the mirror of ourselves, then this annual theme seeks to explore the nature of subjectivity gone awry.

The IHR ASU Fellows program provides funding for either individual tenured or tenure-track faculty or research teams (two to three faculty) to engage in a year of research related to the annual theme, share their research with the academic community (via lectures, a conference or symposium), and produce a strong application for a large external grant. Download Full Image

The deadline to apply is March 2, 2015. Applications, guidelines and further information about the IHR Fellows Program can be found at:

Lisa Robbins

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