The project provides resources to African Americans to manage their daily demands of type 2 diabetes.
Miguel Pinedo's project will address gaps in our understanding of barriers that prevent people from seeking and receiving appropriate care for alcohol use disorders.
The College of Education welcomes new faculty that bring expertise and new areas of teaching to several of our departments.
This year, the Department of Special Education is joined by Peng Peng.
This year, the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education is joined by Hao-Yuan Hsiao and Galia Tzvetkov.
This year, the Department of Educational Psychology is joined by Emily Cheshire Brown, Sara Carpenter, and Karen Rayne.
This year, the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy is joined by Ericka Roland
This year, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction is joined by Maria Fránquiz.
New faculty members in each department bring unique areas of expertise and research to the College of Education
Researchers found that those who remembered seeing in-store and TV e-cigarette marketing were significantly more likely to begin using e-cigarettes up to 2.5 years later.
In a look into Senate Bill 25, Assistant Professor Lauren Schudde explains how non-transferable credits are making it harder for community college students transferring to four-year institutions.
Does recess have long-term benefits for kids? Learn why Assistant Professor Matt Bowers says yes.
Dean Martinez discusses the immense value of teachers in an op-ed for the Austin-American Statesman saying, “There is truly no more important profession with the power to transform lives.”
Students in the sport management program help to grow Austin FC's community presence in Austin through internships and in-class projects.
Professor Allison Skerrett has earned the Massey Award, recognizing her excellence as a "teacher of teachers," leading the charge towards a more culturally responsive teacher preparation program.
Congratulations to Educational Leadership and Policy Ph.D. students Rachel Boggs and M. Yvonne Taylor on being selected as 2019-21 Barbara L. Jackson Scholars by the University Council for Educational Administration.
Professor Kevin Cokley explains how racial micro-aggressions like the president's recent "go back" comments negatively impact minorities.