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COE Media Mentions: March 1 – 8
Mar. 08, 2024
The members of our community – faculty, students and administrators – receive a wide range of grants and fellowships and are selected for a myriad of awards recognizing both work and impact.

COE Faculty Grant Highlights How Research Funding Supports Student Success
Mar. 08, 2024
The University of Texas spent $1.06 billion in research expenditures in 2023, funding more than 4,000 impactful projects across all colleges and schools.

Community-Focused Internship Program Provides a Summer Like No Other
Mar. 05, 2024
Inaugural cohort of Hook ‘Em Here: Harlingen interns prepares for classrooms and culture.

Research, Impact and Achievements: March 2024
Mar. 05, 2024
Celebrating the achievements of our faculty members and alumni.

How a Supportive Learning Environment Can Affect Performance
Mar. 05, 2024
Educational Psychology Faculty Katie Muenks explores the roles of motivation, belief and perception on student achievement.

COE Media Mentions: February 23 – March 1
Mar. 01, 2024
The members of our community – faculty, students and administrators – receive a wide range of grants and fellowships and are selected for a myriad of awards recognizing both work and impact.

Leaders in education community come together to celebrate Black influence on Austin education
Feb. 28, 2024
Dr. Allison Skerrett moderated a discussion with a distinguished panel of Black education leaders from the Austin community.

Could wearing high heels be good for you?
Feb. 23, 2024
Assistant Professor Owen Beck’s new research study examines the intersection of biomechanics, mobility and footwear. The study found that women and men who frequently don high-heeled footwear can actually become more efficient walkers, and that custom high-heeled shoes may have positive implications for athletes or for people with mobility issues.

COE Media Mentions: February 16 – 23
Feb. 23, 2024
The members of our community – faculty, students and administrators – receive a wide range of grants and fellowships and are selected for a myriad of awards recognizing both work and impact.

Project MALES Joins the College of Education
Feb. 21, 2024
The College of Education is pleased to to be the new home of Project MALES, a research institute focused on understanding the experiences of Latino males across the education pipeline.