The School of Teaching and Learning (TCH) welcomes the wider Redbird community to a Research Celebration on April 1, 2022, from 5:30–8:30 p.m., the evening of the University Research Symposium.

The TCH Research Celebration honors the important educational research being done by its graduate students and faculty, both locally and nationally. The evening will highlight the achievements of those who have been pursuing graduate degrees and developing as teacher researchers and educational leaders.

“We are proud of the ways graduate students have engaged in research to support and better understand learning experiences,” said Dr. Erin Quast, TCH assistant professor and an event organizer. “Especially given the past two years that have brought new challenges and underscored existing inequities and issues within education.”

TCH community members are invited to attend in person at DeGarmo Hall or virtually via Zoom. Attendees will gain in-depth knowledge about a wide range of current research and evidence-based projects through ePoster, roundtable, and work-in-progress roundtable sessions.

Looking forward to the event, Dr. Ryan Brown, TCH professor and graduate coordinator said, “I am excited that our graduate students will have a forum to share their hard work with a larger community of interested educators.”

Register online to attend through March 28. Questions about the event can be directed to Dr. Ryan Brown at