In February 2019, the Center for International Education (CIE) hosted Sam Brakrash of the Chikukwa Library and Theatre Project in Zimbabwe, who delivered a dynamic and insightful session involving experiential and embodied learning developed from the theatre of the oppressed.

On Sunday, April 14, the Education Club welcomed dozens of Pre K - 6 grade students to the College of Education to experience college for a day.

Professor of Language, Literacy, & Culture, Theresa Austin, presented at the Five College Language Pedagogy Seminar in March 2019.

Associate Professor in Language, Literacy, & Culture, Maria José Botelho, traveled to Bishop's University in Québec, Canada to give the talk, "Plurilingual Pedagogies: Supporting All Learners in K-12 Contexts." 

Bravo to Higher Education master's student, Karl Lyn, who has been named the winner of the Northeast Regional Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition!

Congrats to Assistant Professor and Center for Educational Assessment Assistant Director, Scott Monroe, for winning the Alicia Cascallar Award for an Outstanding Paper by an Early Career Scholar!

Assistant Professor of School Psychology and Associate Director of Center for Youth Engagement Sarah Fefer has been selected as a 2019 Child Intervention, Prevention, and Services (CHIPS) Fellow through the National Institute of Mental Health.

Distinguished University Professor and Director of the Center for Educational Assessment, Stephen Sireci, started his term as President of National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME)!

The College of Education community is excited about upcoming renovations to the auditorium in Furcolo, a space that we were unable to include in the initial round of renovations when the former Marks Meadow Elementary School was transformed into space for the College of Education.