“I’ve always been passionate about working with people, especially with kids. Teaching is a powerful way to engage with kids, helping them to be better citizens of the world.”
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Stewart received the 2018 Research and Assessment Award at the Creating Change conference earlier this year.
Zach Mercurio has dedicated his life to researching, teaching, speaking, learning, and consulting with others about the role of purpose and meaningfulness in work and life.
Jaelyn Coates was recently named a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators NOW Professionals for her work pertaining to the NASPA core value of inclusion.
School of Education alumna Renée Harmon (Ph.D., ’17) received the Colorado State University Alumni Association’s 2018 Best Teacher Award.
A center pioneered at CSU to focus on assessing complex trauma in children was awarded the Jim Drendel Community is the Solution Award by the Department of Health and Human Services of Larimer County on April 6.
Counseling professor Sharon Anderson and her co-editor recently celebrated the publication of the third edition of their book focused on examining complexities of privilege, discrimination, and oppression through the contributor stories.
Assistant Professor Cerissa Stevenson received the 2017 Celebrate Literacy Award from the Colorado Council of the International Reading Association, in recognition of her significant impact through instruction, mentoring and research, and its positive influence on teacher candidates.
A trailblazer, Julie Hill could be the first in her field to formally combine counseling and rehab to help students with disabilities.
School of Education graduate students in the Student Affairs in Higher Education master’s degree program had the opportunity to travel to South Korea over winter break for their Global Perspectives in Student Affairs course.