Entries by Colleen Dawicki

July project update

Here’s a rundown of our projects and tasks for July: 1. Friends Academy/Center for Education Innovation (CEI) evaluation We recently wrapped up a survey of elementary school teachers across the New Bedford Public Schools in order to determine the degree to which their feedback about things like technology, collaboration, professional development, and instruction is different […]

SOC 350 blog post – Child homelessness in New Bedford

Child homelessness in New Bedford Authors: Jessica Jorge, Carmelle Phillipe, Michaela Mello,students in Professor Gloria de Sa’s SOC/ANT 350, ‘Urban Issues in Public Policy’ (learn more about their collaboration with the UI by reading this post) Homelessness is experienced by children, families and adults with or without disabilities. Homelessness affects all people whether they are […]

SOC 350 blog post – Just another day on the street: homelessness in New Bedford

Just another day on the street: homelessness in New Bedford Authors:  Asia Strothers, Azia Johnson, Rachelle Jeanty, and Samantha Panek, students in Professor Gloria de Sa’s SOC/ANT 350, ‘Urban Issues in Public Policy’ (learn more about their collaboration with the UI by reading this post) For our research topic, we focused on homeless single adults […]