Research Activities

New Generation Learning Flash Talks

May 29, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Faculty and graduate students in the New Generation Learning collaborative (previously ALSiNG) are engaged in interdisciplinary research that identifies the cultural strengths of learning by children and students from historically underserved populations and ways to leverage those strengths. With support from the Spencer Foundation and from UC Santa Cruz, researchers across disciplines have joined this learning community to prepare white papers and craft new studies. Graduate students who are part of the collaborative will present one-minute flash talks about their research findings to the rest of the consortium. Other interested faculty and grad students can register for the talks using this form.