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Being a school principal is “a 24/7 mix of very insistent demands and challenges,” says Gay Hoagland.
On our podcast, senior lecturer Gay Hoagland talks about how school principals can develop crucial skills and support.
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A new Entrepreneur-in-Residence program advises faculty and students on innovative projects in education.
Professor Carl Wieman plans to use his grant to help students learn adaptability as they face novel situations.
Carl Wieman will use a $1 million grant to help change the way undergraduate scientists learn.
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