The College of Education established the free educational technology conference through financial support by alumni Robert and Mary F. English. T21CON is set to take place Friday, September 18.
Lisa Hood and Erika Hunt, senior policy analysts and researchers for the Center for the Study of Education Policy, are redefining leadership development in P–20 education.
College of Education Dean Perry Schoon has been named one of the most influential education deans in the country.
Highlights from the College of Education’s Homecoming celebration include the induction of five alumni to our Hall of Fame, presentation of the first Outstanding Young Alumni Award, and sponsorship of an alumni tailgating tent.
During Angeliki Lazaridou’s stay, she will contribute her perspective to faculty of the College of Education’s Department of Educational Administration and Foundations.
At the College of Education Fall Faculty and Staff Meeting, several individuals were recognized for their dedicated work and service to the college and the field of education.
The College of Education will induct five alumni into its Hall of Fame, and present its first-ever Outstanding Young Alumni Award during Homecoming on Friday, October 4.
The research and scholarly contributions made by College of Education faculty, staff, and students investigate areas of study across the field of education. Disseminating research findings and other scholarship is integral to the college’s goal of renewing and advancing teacher preparation, PreK-12 instruction, and educational policy and leadership.