Dance in DenmarkApril 19, 2016Read more
Lucy Font, ETE major, combined her interest in dance with her professional aspirations of working with children in low-income environments. As an ArtsBridge scholar, she designed a curriculum integrating dance into math lessons. She was then invited to present her findings at Denmark’s 13th annual Dance and Child conference.
Bookworms curriculum improves reading skillsMarch 30, 2016Read more
Sharon Walpole, University of Delaware, and Mike McKenna, University of Virginia, developed “Bookworms,” a free, open-access, elementary ELA curriculum to increase students’ reading comprehension and vocabulary. Schools in Delaware and Georgia have successfully implemented this program.
Grad Education program up to #35March 24, 2016Read more
CEHD’s graduate education program moved up two positions in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Graduate Education Program. We achieved a ranking of 35th overall (out of 376 graduate education programs), and 25th among public institutions.
March Update: 2016 ROAD CLOSURES on Academy St.March 18, 2016Read more
Access to Perkins Parking Garage will be limited March 28-April 1, to install gas lines. This will affect Academy Street, East Park Place and Courtney St. around the garage.
Steele Symposium Call for SubmissionMarch 17, 2016Read more
This spring, CEHD celebrates the research of our undergraduate and graduate students at the 31st Steele Symposium. Students are encouraged to submit papers and posers that will be presented Friday, April 29.
Strategies for stocking healthy foodsMarch 1, 2016Read more
Allison Karpyn, CRESP, has received $70,000 funding from Healthy Eating Research to determine Minimum Stocking Levels and Marketing Strategies for Retail Food Stores. Over an 8-month period, Karpyn’s team will aim to: 1) understand the barriers and facilitators to implementation of the guidelines for Minimum Stocking Levels and Marketing Strategies of …
Early Career Achievement AwardFebruary 17, 2016Read more
Steven Amendum, DCTE Faculty Scholar in the School of Education was presented with the 2015 Early Career Achievement Award by the Literacy Research Association. He was recognized for making “significant contributions to literacy research and education.”
2015 Year in ReviewFebruary 2, 2016Read more
CEHD is dedicated to addressing the challenges faced by schools, children and families at home and around the world. To learn how our students and faculty helped to make a difference in 2015, we invite you to watch our 2015 Year in Review video.
Gaining a new perspectiveJanuary 21, 2016Read more
This Winter Session, CEHD offered two Study Abroad programs, providing students the opportunity to integrate coursework with unique experiences in a global environment. See how students developed increased cultural sensitivity in South Africa, and integrated art and architecture into math lessons in Turkey.
Inspiring Jewish agencies to integrate people with disabilitiesJanuary 20, 2016Read more
Jewish Community Services agencies tend to segregate people with disabilities, isolating them from fully participating in their community life. To address this, the Ruderman Family Foundation (RFF), under the direction of Steven Eidelman, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Human Services Policy and Leadership in Human Development & Family Studies, established …