College of Education and 40 Acres Scholar Alejandra Ortega was named the 2017-18 Secondary Teacher of the Year for the Houston Independents School District.
Audrey Sorrells, associate professor of special education, will serve on the Admissions and Registration Committee for the 2018-21 term
Increases in binge-watching are causing increased health risks. Provost's Teaching Fellow Dixie Stanforth speaks to Consumer Reports on these risks and how to reduce them.
Kinesiology and Health Education student Sarah Chavez explains the benefits of learning new curriculum in a new country through the University of Texas at Austin study abroad programs.
Kinesiology and Health Education Assistant Professor Liesl Nydegger discusses how rising housing costs are putting domestic violence victims at greater risk.
According to a study by Educational Psychology Professor Kevin Cokley, Impostor Syndrome can have more detrimental effects on mental health than discrimination for minorities.
Educational Leadership and Policy students and Associate Professor Patricia Somers will present a series of lectures this summer in Brazil on racism, sexism and able-ism on educational outcomes.
This is awarded to one volunteer per location each year and is given to someone who has great communication with the staff, is loyal to their position, connects with families, and is a great example of a volunteer.
Educational Psychology Associate Professor Chris McCarthy discusses the impact of school shooting related stress on an educator's capacity to teach.