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Dr. Ronald Hallett

Professor, Educational Administration and Leadership, Benerd School of Education

The Benerd School of Education hosted a reading and book signing reception to celebrate the publication of Hallett's book, Educational Experience of Homeless Teenagers: Living Doubled Up (Routledge Press, 2012). The book provides insights into the experiences of homeless adolescents as they navigate school, community and family issues. Last week, on November 8, 2011, Hallett's book was discussed on Capital Public Radio.

In June, Hallett was chosen to participate in the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) and the Lumina Foundation for Education Young Academic Fellows Program. This prestigious selection allows Hallett a unique opportunity to influence the national postsecondary education agenda by evaluating critical research to elevate the current policy discourse in Washington, D.C. His selection to the program was based on his emergent body of research and interests, recommendations from senior scholars in the fields of higher education and public policy, as well as input from national philanthropic leaders.