Revealed: February 24, 2022
Lisa Unangst, visiting assistant professor in the Patton Faculty of Education’s Office of Counseling and Better Education, has been honored with an award from the Comparative Worldwide Schooling Modern society (CIES) for a reserve on which she served as lead editor. “Refugees and Bigger Education and learning – Trans-national Perspectives on Entry, Fairness, and Internationalization,” been given honorable mention in the CIES most effective book awards.
The CIES Jackie Kirk Award each year honors a printed guide that demonstrates one particular or some of the assorted parts of know-how represented in Jackie Kirk’s locations of commitment—primarily gender and instruction and/or training in conflict (fragile states, submit-conflict, peace schooling).
“Refugees and Bigger Education” supplies a cross-disciplinary lens on one American university’s method to researching the guidelines, practices, and experiences related with the greater instruction of refugee track record pupils. The aim is not only on refugee training as an challenge of accessibility and equity, but also on this phenomenon as seen by the lens of internationalization.
Unangst and all award winners will be honored at the April yearly assembly of CIES.