Jinting Wu received the AERA Division B Outstanding Book Recognition Award and the Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award for her book entitled Fabricating an Educational Miracle. SUNY Press featured her work at a book signing event during the 2017 AERA annual meeting in San Antonio. ​

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Lois Weis as PI (SUNY Distinguished Professor) and Seong Won Han as Co-PI (Assistant Professor) have received a grant from the Core Research program in the Directorate for Education & Human Resources (EHR), National Science Foundation. This award totals $1,607,010. This project, entitled "Effects of State Policy on High School Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Opportunities and Outcomes for Low-Income Underrepresented Minorities," starts August 1 , 2017 and ends July 31, 2021.

Lois Weis delivered a keynote address at the Annual Meetings of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). The conference was held in Columbus, Ohio November 2016. The title of her address is “Class Advantage or the Public Good? Durable Tensions in Higher Education".

Seong Won Han delivered an invited talk entitled, “Gender and teaching career expectations of high school students” at the OECD Symposium, held at the OECD headquarters, Paris, France, June 16-17, 2016. The OECD symposium is organized by the OECD Education and Skills Directorate in collaboration with other Directorates and projects working on inclusion and equity, particularly the OECD Inclusive Growth initiative, the OECD New Approaches to Economic Challenges initiative, and the OECD Centre for Opportunity and Equality. The purpose of the OECD symposium is to open a dialogue between researchers, different OECD initiatives and policymakers from OECD member countries, notably participants to PISA Governing Board.