Glickman talks to Packed house at Dean’s Lecture Series

AUGUSTA, GA – It was standing room only at the first ever presentation of the Dean’s Lecture Series, where Dr. Carl Glickman, a legendary educator and researcher, talked about why some students succeed and others do not.

Dr. Jill Perry, executive director of the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, opened with a presentation about the importance of the work that educators and education researchers do, and urged the audience members to continue to bring critical thought to the profession.

Click here for photos from the lecture and reception.

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