Woodrow Wilson Videos - teaching fellowship programs
The Woodrow Wilson Foundation occasionally posts video from various events associated with the Foundation’s work. Following are a collection of clips that present a look at Woodrow Wilson and some of its partnteaching fellowship programs
WW Fellow's students create solar design: not "shop class" anymore | WISH-TV 8
, a 2011 WW Indiana Teaching Fellow , teaches engineering and technology at Sheridan High School in Sheridan, Indiana. As , his students have created an alternative energy plan to power their school. The local school board is considering the proposal.Original air date: November 16, 2012. More on the story in this three-minute video.
W. K. Kellogg Foundation-Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellows Featured on American Black Journal
WKKF-WW Michigan Teaching Fellows , , and were featured on Detroit Public Television's progam American Black Journal. Hear about their experiences as Fellows and their commitment to improving student success in Michigan public schools. Original air date: February 19, 2012. More...
The Game Changers: A documentary about the Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teachng Fellows
The Game Changers follows the first-ever class of Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows from their selection through their preparation and into the classroom, as they embark on careers that will change the lives of thousands of students in Indiana's high-need urban and rural schools. More...
2010 Woodrow Wilson Awards: Remarks
At the Woodrow Wilson Awards Dinner in Indianapolis on October 13, 2010, Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., Governor Mitch Daniels, and four WW Indiana Teaching Fellows spoke about the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship. More...
Career Changers in the Classroom
President Obama: STEM Teaching Important, Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships Cited
At a in January 2010, President Obama acknowledges the importance of STEM teaching and programs like the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships.
Announcement: The Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowships
Governor Ted Strickland, along with state and local education leaders, at a March 2010 conference in Columbus.
Announcement: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowships
Several clips from a November 2009 press conference in Detroit outline the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s creation of the new Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program in Michigan. More...
A Look at the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships
Sandra Faber WF '66 H
Astronomer and National Medal of Science Laureate Sandra Faber . Dr. Faber was awarded the medal "for leadership in numerous path-breaking studies of extra-galactic astronomy and galaxy formation, and for oversight of the construction of important instruments, including the Keck telescopes."
Ezekiel Emanuel CN '86
Oncologist, chair of the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health, and former health advisor to President Obama, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel on strategies for systematic improvements in palliative care/hospice.
Joanna Brooks CN ’98
Joanna Brooks, a religion scholar who covers Mormonism, faith, and politics for ReligionDispatches.org, discusses the Mormon Church, the Romney campaign, and the intersection of religion and politics in this from Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly.
In this from (full video), a video prepared by Public Interest and Jobs for the Future, Henrietta Coursey, principal of STAR (Science, Technology, and Research) Early College School at Erasmus, speaks about the school's succesful partnership with Brooklyn College.
The Syracuse University School of Education, a Woodrow Wilson partner, produced this at its Woodrow Wilson Early College High School approach.
Newark Early College High School (NECHS) was chosen to participate in The Barat Foundation's "animodules" community art project. NECHS students were actively involved in the creation of the works of art.
Several California College Preparatory Academy students have created through , a San Francisco-based literacy arts nonprofit that helps students share their life stories, connect with the arts, and improve their literacy skills.
Learn more about University High School of Science & Engineering in this .
School-university partnerships are a key part of the Early College equation. Stanford University produced about its relationship with East Palo Alto Academy High School.