CEHD faculty members Laura May, Nancy Schafer and Diane Truscott received a five-year, $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to educate teachers to work with bilingual learners.
Kent McGuire, president and CEO of the Southern Education Foundation, will speak to CEHD students, faculty and staff Nov. 2 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
The College of Education & Human Development announced that the GRE has been removed as an admission requirement for 22 CEHD master’s degree programs.
Students in our college’s Early College program visited the Coca-Cola Archives, where they saw Coke memorabilia and had the opportunity to discuss education and career paths with office staff.
Assistant Professor Gholnecsar Muhammad was named the 2016 recipient of the Janet Emig Award, which recognizes researchers studying English teacher education.
Kyle Peck, co-director of the Center for Online Innovation in Learning at Penn State University, will speak to CEHD students, faculty and staff Oct. 5 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
Associate Professor Ann Cale Kruger received a three-year, $970,704 grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate how the human brain has evolved to support technological learning.
CEHD student Adrian Neely was one of 40 doctoral students from across the country selected to participate in the Health Policy Research Scholars program.
Doctoral student Katie Wade was one of 49 students from around the world invited to attend the European Science Education Research Association’s 2016 Doctoral Student Summer School program.
Helen Malone from The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology will speak to CEHD students, faculty and staff Sept. 7 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.