The Graduate School of Education helds its 4th Annual Subway Summit on Cognition and Education Research on January 28th.
Hosted by the Center for Learning in Unsupervised Environments (CLUE) on the Lincoln Center campus, the daylong event drew almost 100 guests. It provides an opportunity for professors, post-doctoral students and graduate students from New York City-area universities to parse the latest in cognition research. CLUE is headed by Dr. William B. Whitten (Distinguished Research Scholar, GSE) and Dr. Mitchell Rabinowitz (Professor and Division Chair, Psychological and Educational Services).
To read the full article about the Subway Summit in Inside Fordham, click here.