Research News

Wed
Nov
15
A recent article co-authored by UW-Madison alumnus Simon Goldberg is putting the spotlight on the need for more rigorous research into mindfulness-based interventions. The paper is titled, “Is mindfulness research methodology improving over time? A systematic review,” and it appeared in the open-access journal PLOS One. Goldberg, who received his Ph.D. from the School of Education’s Department of Counseling Psychology in August, is the lead author on the report. He is currently completing his postdoctoral fellowship in Health Services Research & Development at the Seattle VA and the University of Washington.
Wed
Nov
15
School of Education Dean Diana Hess is receiving the 2017 Jean Dresden Grambs Distinguished Career Research Award from the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS). This prestigious annual honor recognizes professionals who have made extensive contributions to knowledge concerning significant areas of social studies education through meritorious research. The award will be presented to Hess in San Francisco on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the NCSS 97th Annual Conference, during the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) Business Meeting.