Congratulations to the Fall 2018 Outstanding Graduates!
A new study abroad course in Thailand gives students in all disciplines the opportunity to learn cultural applications of lifelong learning.
Although Colorado State University School of Education student Michelle Hjelm’s degree did not go as originally planned, she’s excited to receive her master’s degree in Education and Human Resource Studies plus teacher licensure in early childhood education on December 15.
The College of Health and Human Sciences will confer undergraduate degrees at a commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m., in Moby Arena.
School of Education Director Susan C. Faircloth writes about the need for culturally responsive systems and practices to improve outcomes for Native students for the ACT Center for Equity in Learning blog.
“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.”
School of Education faculty members Donna Cooner and Wendy Fothergill will moderate a free webinar, Supporting Novice Principals on the Job: Mentoring Support in Difficult Situations, on November 28.
Ann Sebald has been working with colleagues to address the rising teacher shortage in Colorado, and they’ve recently been awarded a grant from the Colorado Department of Education.