Students in Booker T. Washington’s African-American Male Initiative (AAMI) hosted a screening on Jan. 27 of the documentary they created on their school’s history and legacy.
The college’s Office of International Programs will host two application and scholarship writing workshops to help students learn more about and apply for study abroad opportunities.
Meredith Larson from the Institute of Education Sciences will conduct a webinar with faculty, students and staff at 12 p.m. Feb. 10 as part of Professional Development Wednesdays.
The University of Washington’s Ken Zeichner will speak to College of Education and Human Development students, faculty and staff Feb. 3 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
The College of Education and Human Development Alumni Scholarship Program is accepting applications through Feb. 10, 2016.
Ivy Horn-Gardner from Georgia State University Employee Relations will speak to faculty, students and staff Jan. 27 as part of Professional Development Wednesdays.
Often under identified and underserved in schools, listen to why Rachael Mendel, a special education teacher, wants to pursue a doctorate degree to research students exhibiting a high IQ and co-existing learning disability.
Research revealed challenges and opportunities
Associate Dean Joyce Many will speak to College of Education and Human Development faculty, students and staff Jan. 20 as part of the Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series.
The College of Education and Human Development’s online master’s degree programs rank 36th in the country, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.