Marjorie Harrison, who earned her graduate degrees at the College of Education, was profoundly influenced by her experiences at UMass Amherst and as a Peace Corps volunteer. Combining those passions, she has created the Marjorie R. Harrison International Impact Fund and has included the College of Education in her estate plan to ensure current and future students benefit from these experiences as much as she did.

Kudos to Jahmal Mosely, recipient of an Ed.D. in EPRA in 2010, who has been selected by the South Hadley School Committee to head the town’s public schools.

Congratulations to Emma R. Britton and  Theresa Austin who have authored a manuscript published in the Journal of Language, Identity & Education.

Pempho Chinkondenji and Nyaradzai Changamire have been selected as research associates for the Five College Women's Studies Research Center for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Three cheers for Ph.D. Candidate Javid Mussawy and Professor Emerita Gretchen Rossman who have published an article in the Journal of Quality in Higher Education.

Congratulations to all of the presenters representing the College of Education at the Massachusetts Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE) virtual conference.

A standing ovation for the official launch of the Center of Racial Justice and Youth Engaged Research (CRJ).

Did you miss the Office of Research and Engagement's short informational Zoom session with Marco Monoc and Liz Smith from Foundation Relations?

Calling undergraduate students! Apply to be a New Student Orientation Leader for Summer 2021 New Students Orientation.

EdTech Zoom Drop-in Hours are changing for Thanksgiving, Finals, and Winter Break.