Cassie Poncelow, a school counselor at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, and fellow finalists for the national award were honored at a black-tie gala in Washington, D.C., in early February.
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School of Education student Ariana Garcia’s research into the experiences of first-generation students earned her the College of Health and Human Sciences’ Excellence in Research Scholarship Award at the 2017 Graduate Student Showcase.
Part three of a four-part series exploring the experience of Semester at Sea through the eyes of School of Education faculty member Jody Donovan shares Donovan’s experience as dean of student life and as a SAS voyager.
First-generation graduate Erin Bender credits her decision to become a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher to being in the right place at the right time. Now she looks forward to making an impact on high school students in Colorado Springs.
Part two of a four-part series exploring the experience of Semester at Sea through the eyes of School of Education faculty member Jody Donovan explores life onboard the ship and the countries visited during the spring 2017 voyage.
On Oct. 26, two Center for Educator Preparation faculty members will moderate the second in a series of free webinars AACTE has organized on principal leadership. This webinar will feature school leaders who face unique challenges based on school settings.
Jill Zarestky, an assistant professor in the School of Education, is part of a team that received a National Science Foundation grant to study STEM learning at biological field stations.
The roles and responsibilities of a principal are changing drastically in any typical day. On Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. EDT, the “Principals as Transformation Leaders: Changing Roles and Responsibilities” webinar will explore these changes and how they impact the day-to-day work of a principal.
School of Education Professor Carole Makela shares some tips on credit scores in this article originally published on WalletHub.
New School of Education assistant professor OiYan Poon’s research focuses on the racial politics of college access policies and affirmative action in particular, especially among Asian Americans.