We are looking for social influencers, leaders of all types, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, servants, compassionate critics, bosses, feminists, dreamers, doers, observers, skeptics, survivors, people who motivate others, those who need to be motivated, people who get stuff done and those who are trying to figure out how to get stuff done.
If you’re a Vanderbilt student who identifies as a woman who is looking to learn, grow, develop, and be a part of positive personal and community change through a transformational and fun leadership development experience then PREVAIL is for you and we strongly encourage you to apply. With one application, apply for a research experience at three of the 20 summer research sites.
Research: Humanities, Mathematics and Statistics, Physical Sciences (Physics), Psychology, Social Sciences. The membership of the organization consists of approximately 40 students chosen from the rising junior class. Membership lasts from one spring term until the induction of the next class the following spring. Students who meet the criteria will be notified of their qualification and encouraged to apply for membership. Congratulations to Daniela Torre, on receiving the AERA Division L 2016 Dissertation of the Year Award. Congratulations to Emily Kern, Doctoral Candidate in Leadership, Policy, and Organizations on receiving the 2016 New Scholar Award from the Association of Education Finance and Policy. Professor Jason Grissom and Doctoral Candidate Chris Redding are quoted from their study published Tuesday in the American Educational Research Association's peer-reviewed journal. The Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations has 7 Faculty members selected for inclusion in the 2016 Edu-Scholar Public Presence Rankings, released Jan. Matthew Springer, Assistant Professor of Public Policy had his article "What gets students motivated to work harder? The Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations (LPO) is among an elite few academic departments in the nation offering opportunities to study with internationally renowned faculty in K-12 and higher education administration, education policy, and Leadership and Organizational Performance.
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Without alumni and friends' support, student debt would be substantial, rendering an education at Vanderbilt impossible for many top students. Vice principals from United Arab Emirates visited Harding Academy as part of a professional development institute at Peabody.
Eleven female vice principals from Abu Dhabi and Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates recently completed a 10-day professional development institute at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of education and human development.


The visit, which was sponsored by the professional development department of the Abu Dhabi Education Council, took place from March 30 to April 9. The institute built on an existing partnership between ADEC and Vanderbilt, which has worked for the past three years to develop leadership capacity among school leaders at 18 schools in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. School visits and institute sessions focused on such topics as developing growth mindsets for teachers and students, creating school cultures of care and engagement, mathematics instruction for higher-order thinking skills, understanding the gender gap in achievement, and educational policy and governance. Expanding on this partnership, in September 2013 Vanderbilt faculty began training and providing school-based coaching to a group of female Emirati vice principals who were newly appointed to leadership positions in their schools. The vice principals especially noted the strong culture of relationships and value placed on education among the schools they visited. Both faculty and Nashville school leaders who hosted the visits were very impressed with the level of engagement and the depth of questions asked by the Abu Dhabi vice principals. Institute participants also had the opportunity to visit notable Nashville sites in the evenings and on the weekend, including the renowned Country Music Hall of Fame, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Participants posed for a group shot at the end of the institute, along with Peabody's Camilla Benbow, Ellen Goldring, Kristin Anderson and others. Now back in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, the vice principals will continue their work and training with the Vanderbilt team as they prepare to present their formal recommendations for improving Abu Dhabi student learning and performance to an audience of influential ADEC leaders and members of Abu Dhabi’s Executive Council later this month. PREVAIL will take place on Sunday, September 27th from 10am-5pm in the Student Life Center.
Link to each institution's website for specific information on opportunities and program requirements.
She has 20+ years of student affairs administrative experience in positions of increasing responsibility.
The purpose of the AERA Division L Outstanding Dissertation Award is to recognize the exceptional research accomplishments of recent doctoral graduates.
The AEFP New Scholars Grant Program supports promising research by master’s and doctoral students whose research addresses education finance and policy.
Gary Henry, Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor of Public Policy and Education in the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations. John Braxton, Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations, who is receiving the 2016 ACPA Contribution to Knowledge Award at the ACPA Convention. Twenty-four aspiring principals from across the state have begun participating in the inaugural Governor’s Academy for School Leadership (GASL). The study looks at a nationally representative group of more than 10,000 students who started kindergarten in 1998, tracking them every few years throughout elementary school. Department of Education’s Institute for Education Sciences (IES) who supports the study, which is being conducted as a partnership with the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE), Peabody College, Brown University and Harvard Graduate School of Education.


Curriculum for the training program was designed by faculty in Peabody’s Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations.
The PISA is administered every three years by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development to a representative sample of 15-year-olds from 70 economies. Benbow, Patricia and Rodes Hart Dean of Education and Human Development at Peabody addressed the vice principals. The vice principals have met with faculty and locally based leadership coaches biweekly, in addition to having individual coaching sessions at their own schools.
Membership is determined through an application process based on GPA of 3.5 or higher (twenty percent), extracurricular activities and essays (eighty percent).
A doctoral fellow at the American Bar Foundation, he is a doctoral candidate at Harvard University, studying Quantitative Policy Analysis in Education.  His research interests include education rights, institutions and legal dilemmas of difference, and how law and educational institutions shape opportunity and membership in society. The Contribution to Knowledge Award recognizes contributions to the profession’s body of knowledge through publications, films, speeches, instructions, tapes, and other forms of communication. Evans, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Higher Education in the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations leads a new large-scale study which takes an in-depth look at what factors contribute to student persistence and engagement in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Stories related to the study ran on NPR, Atlanta Black Star, Chalkbeat Tennessee and The Washington Post.
Understanding how state school systems can best use teacher evaluation data to drive instructional improvement is the focus of the study.
It is a widely used benchmark to assess the educational effectiveness of established and developing nations. The institute in Nashville was an optional program for these participants to further their learning.
Extracurricular activities will be evaluated on the basis of leadership and service to Vanderbilt University and to the community. She is an expert on the economics of higher education, with a focus on policies affecting community colleges. He is the author of Power, Politics, and Higher Education: International Regimes, Local Governments, and Educational Autonomy, published in 2008 by Cambria Press.
She is currently a Research Analyst in the Center for Education Policy at SRI International.



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