Through her role as an organizer for the Equity and Possibilities in Construction program of Colorado Jobs with Justice, Armendariz works to influence the lives of women and people of color every day.
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The online graduate certificate is designed to educate those who want to help first-generation, low-income, and other diverse or nontraditional students get into post secondary education.
“It’d be wonderful if people picked up on some of these events and inspirational ideas and had new conversations about the challenges ahead and how they could proceed. If you want to stay open to change, you have to consider what people are doing in all parts of the world.”
“This work will always be focused on helping students understand and advance their skill-set in learning.”
Seven Dr. Laurie F. Michaels Scholars are graduating from Colorado State University this spring.
“To me, that means ensuring that students have a sense of belonging on campus and understand their purpose – even if it’s not connected to a career – once they leave their institution.”
As remote learning becomes the new normal, many parents and caregivers feel overwhelmed. Center for Educator Preparation faculty and public school teachers offer tips to help make this first-time teaching experience a little easier.
Adult Education and Training students Veronica Scheidler, Brent Shill, and Lauren Vilen spent two weeks at the Winter School intensive in Würzburg, Germany.
“Most of the people at this particular conference were bringing a very scientific point of view. So I think bringing an educators lens to the international discussion introduced a different outlook on what we know is happening with teenagers and social media.”
“I see this as an amazing opportunity to expand my understanding of community engaged scholarship. I believe that I will contribute a unique perspective as a result of my community nonprofit experience and scholarly foundation in service-learning.”