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Dr. Bryan Ripley Crandall

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Curriculum & Instruction & Director of Connecticut Writing Project
o: Canisius Hall Rm 115
p: x3123
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Syracuse University Graduate Fellowship. 2007 to 2010.

Syracuse University Future Professoriate Program. Graduate Teaching Certificate.2009.


Most Recent:

The Divergent Award for Excellence in 21st Century Literacies (2018). Presented by the Initiative for 21stCentury Literacies to individuals who diverge from traditional pedagogies and research approaches and that embrace a road less traveled while dedicating their careers to theoretical and practical study of 21st century literacies.

Elizabeth M. Pfriem Civic Leadership Award(2017). Presented by the Bridgeport Public Education Fund to community members dedicated to equity in educational resources and high academic achievement for all students.

George E. Lang Award (2017). Presented by the Connecticut State Conference – American Association of University Professors Executive Committee in cooperation with the Fairfield University Faculty Welfare Committee to a faculty member at Fairfield University who has shown awareness of and dedication to important AAUP issues such as academic freedom, faculty governance, and faculty rights and responsibilities.

President’s Innovation Award for Community Engagement and Service (2016). Presented to faculty member for dedication to creating and maintaining relationships between Fairfield University and community schools.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Vision Award (2016) -  Presented to faculty at Fairfield University who demonstrate a commitment to the ideals and values of Dr. King and who embody the legacy of his work with acts that are not typically recognized but who are often unsung heroes.


Most Recent:

State of Connecticut (2018) - $20,500

Supporting Effective Educator Development (2018) – Summer Camp Grant - $15,000

National Park Service Collaborative Grant (2018) - $3,000

S.F. Foundation Grant (2018) - $20,000

Rosivach Memorial Fund (2018) - $10,000

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