Stories About Our Students

2012 Bridges Students Present at Conference

Jun 30, 2012

Senior history major Joseph Emery, who will enter the College of Education’s Bridges to the Future pathway in the fall 2012 semester, co-presented a workshop with senior lecturer Robert Maloy, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, at the 2012 New England Regional World History Association’s conference held at Salem State University on April 28. The workshop was titled: “Around the World History Concepts in 10 or More Clicks.”

Hunter named NAE fellow

Apr 30, 2012

Ally Hunter, a doctoral candidate in science education, has been named a National Academies Education Fellow in the Life Sciences for the 2011-12 academic year. This honor is given as a result of her selection to and participation in the 2011 National Academies Summer Institute on Undergraduate Education in Biology held at Yale University. Institute participants from 12 research colleges and universities in the northeast assembled at Yale for five days of presentations and discussions focused on enhancing undergraduate education.

Doctoral Student Veloria Honored

Sep 15, 2011

College of Education doctoral student Carmen N. Veloria, who is an assistant professor of Education and Human Services at Suffolk University, was honored with the Creating the Dream Award at Suffolk University’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr., luncheon.

6th graders from Springfield interview COE students

Sep 01, 2011

6th grade students from Duggan Middle School, Springfield, traveled to Amherst for a tour of campus and to visit with our graduate students as a part of their studies on education in Pakistan. The 6th graders interviewed our students about the "importance of education" and to find out what college life was like. Then, our grad students asked the middle schoolers: " What qualities make a good teacher?"

See the photos of their visit...

Chelsea Mullins raises awareness about hunger through art

Jan 30, 2011

Students in Momodou Sarr’s class at Amherst Regional High School spent the spring semester learning about the root causes of hunger and solutions to reducing it.

Students Poirier and Smith’s article published in The History Teacher

Nov 20, 2010

An article co-authored by COE graduate students Michelle Poirier and Hillary Smith with senior lecturer Robert Maloy and lecturer Sharon Edwards, both of the Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, appeared in the November 2010 issue of The History Teacher, a quarterly journal published by The Society for History Education, Inc..

2010 Scholarship Recipients

Aug 15, 2010
  • Gina D'Allessandro, Meline Kasparian Scholarship
  • Jessica Eaton, Camby Scholarship
  • Lindsay Glaser, Early Childhood Education Graduate Student Fund
  • Kanae Haneishi, C. Lynn Vendien Endowed Scholarship
  • Emmalyn Hicks, Meline Kasparian Scholarship
  • Danielle Nelson, Meline Kasparian Scholarship
  • Nicole Privitera, Early Childhood Education Graduate Student Fund

New Degree Candidate - Spring '10 Yang Gyeltshen asks: Why do we teach?

Apr 10, 2010

I have been teaching in one of the teacher education colleges in Bhutan for the last fifteen years or so. How I got into teaching some may say is one’s destiny, and others might say it is through opportunities availed. Whichever may be the case, teaching is one thing that was never in my mind until I tripped over it during my initial job as an educational media illustrator. The drawings I analyzed to illustrate some teaching materials meant for primary education lead me into the minds of how children look at art and learning.

Doctoral student Manly receives Distinguished Paper Award from NERA

Apr 01, 2010

Cathy Manly, College of Education doctoral student in the higher education concentration, andRyan Wells, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, were awarded the 2009 Woollatt Distinguished Paper Award by Northeastern Educational Research Association (NERA) for their paper “Financial Planning for College: What Parents Do to Prepare.” This study explores reported parental financial college preparations and the amount parents have saved for college, with a goal of determining strategies used by differ

School of Education doctoral student Nyongani awarded AAUW International Fellowship

Mar 15, 2010

 

Martha Nyongani, a doctoral candidate in the College of Education’s Department of Education Policy, Research and Administration, has been awarded a 2010-11 International Fellowship from the AAUW, formerly known as the American Association of University Women.

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