AESA proposal accepted with honors, “Reviewers’ Choice”

A proposal, titled “Reframing Qualitative Research through Video and Website Design”, for the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) conference was accepted with the distinction of “Reviewers’ Choice” in the conference program. Co-authors Caruthers, Friend, and Schlein will be acknowledged as “intellectual leaders of distinction” among history of education presenters at the November 2016 conference. The presentation is connected to the Dean’s small grant project being conducted by co-authors in collaboration with Doctors Hollins and Underwood.

Submitted by Loyce Caruthers