Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
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  • Professor featured in WGBH broadcast

    WGBH's "Greater Boston" turns to Prof. Mary Lee Griffin to explain the benefits of the new emphasis on meditation in education. More »
  • Professor Gelber Publishes Book

    Courtrooms and Classrooms: A Legal History of College Access, 1860-1960 has been published by Johns Hopkins University Press More »
  • Professor Bartolini

    Professor Bartolini delivered the keynote address for the Southeast Education Professionals Partnership's Spring Enrichment Conference at Bridgewater State University on Saturday, April 11. More »
  • Book

    Professors Bartolini and LaConte

    Education professors Vicki Bartolini and Judy LaConte publish an article on professional development and teaching in February's issue of New Educator. More »
  • Professor Bartolini

    Professor Bartolini is giving a talk titled "Building an Early STEM Literacy Campaign" to a national conference on STEM education in Washington DC. More »
  • Professor Mary Lee Griffin

    Professor Griffin is one of the founders of Wheaton’s Contemplative Studies Initiative (CSI). More »
  • Education Professor Scott Gelber

    Researching the record

    Professor Gelber wins award for scholarship on higher education and the courts. More »
  • Professor Bartolini's Students Play to Learn

    Watch a video of students studying science through play in Issues in Early Education and Care (ED 375) More »
  • Professor Gelber Honored by Colleagues

    Professor Gelber has been awarded the History of Education Society's Linda Eisenmann Prize for 2012. More »
  • Professor Griffin pays attention to mindfulness

    Professor Mary Lee Griffin is researching mindfulness practices and the effect on young readers and writers. As part of a 2010 Wheaton Research Partnership, she and six Wheaton students conducted research in a local public school. Griffin, who teaches courses on early literacy, reading and writing curriculum, and the social contexts of teaching and learning, […] More »