The College of Education held our annual scholarship celebration on October 4, 2018 in the Campus Center. This year students recipients of twenty-eight scholarships were awarded in excess of $60,000 for their studies.
Ryan Wells, Ezekiel Kimball, and Chrystal George Mwangi received a grant from the National Science Foundation for their project, "Examining Collective Impact in a Community-University Partnership to Broaden Girls’ Participation in Science from Middle School to High School Graduation." This grant
Torrey Trust, assistant professor in the department of teacher education and curriculum studies, recently received a Making IT Happen Award from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
The Center for Student Success Research (CSSR) is now looking for up to three students to join our team as Research Assistantships during the 2019-2020 academic year. Interested students must apply and be accepted to the Higher Education doctoral program (priority deadline is December 1st). Click here to learn more about these positions.
Claire Hamilton, associate professor, teacher education and curriculum studies, was awarded a Chancellor’s Leadership Fellowship for the 2018 calendar year, according to John McCarthy, interim provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs.
Jacqueline Mosselson, associate professor, educational policy, research and administration, has been invited as a representative of the College of Education to serve as a member of the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies’ (INEE) 2018-2020 Education Policy Working Group (EPWG.)