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Interim Dean, Dr. Terri Pigott, hosted a reception for the December 2014 graduates from the School of Education on Thursday, December 11. Graduates, family, friends, faculty and staff enjoyed the cozy surroundings of the Pere Marquette Room on the 25th floor, Baumhart Hall.
Caleb Steindam and Anna Lees, current students in the EdD Curriculum and Instruction program, presented at the National Association for Multicultural Conference in Tucson, Arizona. Their presentation, Community Experiences of Collaborative Teacher Preparation: Working Together to Improve Urban Indigenous Education. The presentation informed teacher educators and community leaders about the experiences of on indigenous community […]
On October 25, the School of Education’s Cultural and Educational Policy Studies program hosted a public conference on “Theorizing Gun Violence in Schools,” featuring prominent philosophers of education from the United States, Canada, and Ireland. Approximately 40 people attended this full day of presentations on topics related to school shootings. School shootings are usually treated […]
Cassie Fenton, MED ’09, was one of forty recognized by the Illinois State Board of education as an Outstanding Early Career Educator at the 40th annual Those who Excel banquet in Bloomington, Illinois on Saturday, October 25, 2014. To be considered for the Early Career Educator award, a nominee must be within their first five […]
Michael Dantley, Dean of the School of Education, hosted a dinner for the students who were awarded an endowed […]
Three students from the School of Education undergraduate teacher preparation program joined the faculty and staff on Saturday, October 18 to greet and talk to prospective students and their parents about our field-based teacher preparation program.
Ten years ago Marla moved to Japan and her great adventure began. She moved to Japan after teaching at NSSED for a few years. Here is her story.
“The Japanese school system is quite different than the US, especially in terms of special ed. I am currently teaching at a wonderful […]
On October 21, Cultural and Educational Policy Studies Professor Kate Phillippo gave a lecture, titled, “School-based mental health: The promise of access, the puzzle of the school setting” as part of the Davis Lecture Series (Healthcare Delivery Reform: Issues of Quality, Cost and Access) at the University of Chicago’s Center for Health Administration Studies. This […]
As part of Careers in Student Affairs Month, ACPA invited individuals to share their unique perspectives on the field of higher education. Michael Bumbry shared his thoughts on working in the field, both in student affairs and alumni relations. More . . .