Michael Hartney of Boston College
Michael Hartney, an assistant professor at Boston College, will converse on the U of A on Friday, Oct. 22.
His lecture is titled “Unmasked: How COVID-19 Revealed Painful Truths about America’s Schools” and might be held at midday in Peabody Hall, room 307. The Friday lecture collection is hosted by the Department of Education Reform within the U of A College of Education and Health Professions.
Hartney joined the Boston College political science college in fall 2017. Previously he was assistant professor of politics at Lake Forest College. Hartney’s analysis and instructing pursuits embrace state and native authorities, curiosity teams, and public coverage.
His scholarship has been printed in main tutorial journals, and his forthcoming e-book examines the causes and penalties of instructor union political energy within the United States.
Hartney teaches programs on the politics of schooling, environmental politics and coverage, and U.S. state and native politics. He can also be a analysis affiliate at Harvard University’s Program on Education Policy and Governance. He is a nationwide fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.
Before academia, Hartney labored as a coverage analyst for the National Governors Association. He offered technical evaluation to governors on a variety of Okay-12 schooling reform points, from instructor and principal high quality to highschool redesign. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Notre Dame and a bachelor’s diploma, additionally in political science, from Vanderbilt University.
Unless in any other case indicated, all lectures might be held at midday on Fridays within the Graduate Education Building, room 343. Please ensure to RSVP earlier than 1 p.m. on the Wednesday earlier than that week’s occasion.
The 2021-22 lecture collection and different data might be discovered on the schooling reform division’s web site.