Friday, November 22, 2013 1:00 pmWillard Hall Education Building (room 007)16 West Main Street, Newark, DE 19716
Learn about graduate programs in the following areas:• Ed.D. in Educational Leadership• Ph.D.… Read More
CEHD shows double the spirit!
CEHD faculty and staff posed for a photo with twins from The College School, Early Learning Center and the Lab Preschool.
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CEHD invites nominations and applications for HDFS department chair and assistant or associate professorships in both School of Education and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. To learn more about these positions, visit our Job Search page. Read More
In 2010, Edward Small, ETE alumnus and principal at Academy Park High School near Philly, developed a program called Rising Scholars to help his students envision a better future. The program has made a remarkable difference in their lives, with all 250 graduating Scholars going on to college. Read More
Gary Allison, assistant professor of special education, was selected by Kappa Alpha Theta as one of their 2013 Ten Outstanding Faculty Members. In addition to teaching at UD for 21 years, Allison also serves as an adviser to three student organizations — Autism Speaks UD, the UD Student Council on Children with Special Needs and UD Best Buddies. Read More
Jill Szymanski, a CEHD alumna and a fourth grade teacher at Brandywine Springs Elementary School, has been named the 2013 National History Teacher of the Year. Read More
Construction work continues this fall, limiting pedestrian and vehicular access to many of our buildings. Please be aware of detours and parking limitations. In addition, many of our faculty and staff have moved offices. Read More
Don’t think that just because it’s summer, we’re taking it easy at CEHD. Students, alumni, faculty and staff are all finding interesting and educational ways to help make a difference in the world. Read More
CEHD hosted several events to help our alumni reconnect with each other during this fun-filled weekend. Learn about our reception, book signings and Kid Zone. Read More
On Friday, May 24, the College of Education and Human Development recognized 393 graduates during its Convocation ceremony. We congratulate them on their achievements and wish them all the best… Read More