Reinventing the P-12 doctorate

A doctoral candidate in conversation with student.

“If you really want to keep a $20 bill safe, put it in your final manuscript. It will still be there waiting for you in 10 years,” one of Dr. Dianne Renn’s colleagues told her years ago.

Visionary gift uplifts the democratic ideal

DeGarmo in the sunlight

Lynda Irvin comments on her decision to commit a $500,000 planned gift to the Irvin Family Scholarship Fund in the College of Education’s Department of Educational Administration and Foundation.

Mindfulness group to support colleagues and students through the transition

Person at laptop

When it became clear that the remainder of spring classes were migrating to an online/distance learning format, Dr. Becky Beucher, assistant professor in the School of Teaching and Learning, decided to host a virtual meet-up for faculty and staff in the College of Education to create a supportive space for colleagues to “bear witness to