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A Look at the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships

WHAT IS THE WOODROW WILSON TEACHING FELLOWSHIP?
FIVE-MINUTE OVERVIEW OF THE WOODROW WILSON TEACHING FELLOWSHIPS
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Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows in Action

WW FELLOW’S STUDENTS CREATE SOLAR DESIGN | WISH-TV 8
Ryan Cox, a 2011 WW Indiana Teaching Fellow from IUPUI, teaches engineering and technology at Sheridan High School in Sheridan, Indiana. As WISH-TV reported, his students have created an alternative energy plan to power their school. The local school board is considering the proposal. More on the story in this three-minute video.Original air date: November 16, 2012
LEARNING AS SEEN ON TV
Woodrow Wilson Fellows at IUPUI engage students in science and math.

Meet the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows

WKKF-WW MICHIGAN TEACHING FELLOWS FEATURED ON AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL
Hear WKKF-WW Michigan Teaching Fellows Alicia Lane, DeAndre Smith, and Damon Gatewood speak about their experiences as Fellows and their commitment to improving student success in Michigan public schools on Detroit Public Television’s American Black Journal.Original air date: February 19, 2012

Remarks by Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows at the 2010 Woodrow Wilson Awards (in speaking order)

Four WW Indiana Teaching Fellows spoke about their Fellowship experiences at the Woodrow Wilson Awards Dinner in Indianapolis on October 13, 2010.
RHODA OWOLABI – 2010 WOODROW WILSON INDIANA TEACHING FELLOW

Ms. Owolabi is introduced by John Jacobson, Dean of Teachers College at Ball State University.

SCOTT KNUST – 2009 WOODROW WILSON INDIANA TEACHING FELLOW

Mr. Knust is introduced by Chancellor Charles Bantz of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

KEITH MANRING – 2009 WOODROW WILSON INDIANA TEACHING FELLOW

Mr. Manring is introduced by President Beverley Pitts of the University of Indianapolis. To learn more about Keith Manring’s experience as a WW Teaching Fellow, visit his blog, “Emerging Species.”

CANDICE KISSINGER – 2010 WOODROW WILSON INDIANA TEACHING FELLOW

Ms. Kissinger is introduced by Victor Lechtenberg, Vice Provost at Purdue University.

Career Changers – 2010 Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows

Three 2010 WW Indiana Teaching Fellows from IUPUI spoke about their decisions to change careers and become teachers through the Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship.
DONALD BYRD
CATHERINE FRAZEE
JEREMY SEBENS

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