Senior ECE majors Fiona Tumulty and Lauren Montagna are student teaching at American Community Schools- Athens for twelve weeks. Follow along on their journey.
Jim Hiebert, professor, SOE, was presented the Lindsey Award for his distinguished research in teacher education. His team has created a collaborative process proven to improve the curriculum and instructional practices, preparing prospective teachers to teach mathematics.
We want to recognize our alumni who make remarkable contributions to their community. Nominate yourself or a colleague for one of our 4 alumni awards, to be presented over Alumni Weekend. Deadline is March 22!
The College of Education and Human Development is searching for several high-quality candidates to fill a number of open faculty and professional positions.
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The Steele Symposium is a great opportunity for students to showcase their classwork or research projects. Registration is open from February 21 - March 22 to enter your submission. Students may elect to present papers or posters.
Fulbright scholar Allison Karpyn is currently in the Bahamas analyzing the issue of food insecurity at a national level. Food insecurity is a particularly critical issue for island nations like the Bahamas that do not produce the majority of their food. “Obesity and hunger are two sides of the same coin."
Join us for an evening reception Friday, February 17, 4:00-6:30 p.m. or Friday, April 7, 4:00-6:30 p.m. to learn how the College of Education and Human Development will prepare you for an enriching career in education or human services.
HDFS alumna Elena Delle Donne was 1 of 2 UD alumni selected for Forbes 2017 "30 Under 30" list. Delle Donne was a Dean’s List student and an NCAA Division I Academic All-American of the Year, before becoming a prominent player in the WNBA and a gold medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
This fall, CEHD established partnerships with a number of organizations to foster academic success, including Stubbs Elementary School in Wilm., the American Community School of Athens and the Partnership for Public Education in DE.
Olivia Blythe, a human services and women & gender studies major, wants to make a career advocating for survivors of domestic abuse. When she learned that faculty member Ruth Fleury-Steiner was looking for assistance evaluating the protection order process in domestic abuse cases, Blythe jumped at the chance.