Urban Education: Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities

Patricia Krueger (Urban Education) won a prestigious 2008–09 American Association for University Women (AAUW) American Fellowship of $20,000 to assist her in completing her dissertation What's Your Secret? Student Navigation through Spaces of Schooling and Surveillance. (posted 4-08)

Jessica Ruglis (Urban Education) was selected for the very competitive Kellogg Health Scholar post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. After defending her dissertation in April 2009, she will spend two years at Johns Hopkins, where she will study the connections between education and health. (posted 3-09) Jessica won a 2008-09 Sponsored Dissertation Fellowship ($18,000 + in-state tuition) to support work on Retheorizing School Dropout: Implications for Health and Its Use as a Decolonizing Methodology. (posted 5-08)

Mayida Zaal (Urban Education) won a prestigious 2008-09 American Association for University Women (AAUW) American Fellowship of $20,000 to assist her in completing her dissertation "Between Islamaphobia and Tolerance: Dutch Moroccan Youth in Search of Academic Support." (posted 4-08)


Submitted on: DEC 31, 2008

Category: Student Honors, Awards, and Publications, Urban Education