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The Office of Academic Systems for Scholarship and Support and MLFTC marketing and communications teams recognize faculty in a variety of ways, including national professional achievement award nominations, news articles, social media announcements and opportunities to formally present work to communities of scholars.

Faculty recognition

MLFTC offers recognition and advancement opportunities for faculty members through the Office of Academic Systems for Scholarship Support.

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Submit to faculty publication roundup

The Faculty Publication Roundup is a monthly survey of books, chapters, articles, and conference papers written by MLFTC faculty members and graduate students. It appears on the news page of the college’s website and is featured in our monthly email newsletter, “Improving Education.” See an example.

You are invited to submit any recent — within the past two months — publication for the roundup. Please note that, with the exception of books and chapters, your publication will appear in the roundup only after it is available online without charge. “In press” publications are accepted and will appear in the roundup if the text is available online.

Each month you will receive an email invitation to submit for the next edition. Alternatively, you may also submit your publication to the roundup at anytime.

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MLFTC faculty in the news

ASU names Regents Professors for 2022

Karen Harris, Mary Emily Warner Professor of Education at MFLTC, is one of four ASU scholars to receive the 2022 designation of Regents Professor.

MLFTC works with Arizona’s largest school district to revamp human resources strategy

U.S. Department of Education grant includes support for building Next Education Workforce™ models in 17 high-need schools.

In the news: Do K–8 school rankings tell the whole story?

MLFTC’s David Berliner, Sherman Dorn, Gene V. Glass and Jeanne Powers tell the Arizona Republic, ‘no.’

MLFTC awarded over $16M in grants

Funds from the U.S. Department of Education will go toward five projects aimed at equity and diversity, juvenile justice, Next Education Workforce models and more.