Tracey Flores, assistant professor of Curriculum and Instruction, has received a three-year, $50,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation develop and implement a bilingual, elementary writer’s workshop.
Professor Anthony Petrosino and graduate student Maya Denton discuss their research and how they are getting students engaged in STEM with NPR Marketplace.
The Texas Center for Disability Studies is launching a new initiative through its Strategic Health Alliance project to engage community members in providing guidance to the TEA on special education issues,
The award recognizes NATA members who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to leadership, volunteer service, advocacy, and distinguished professional activities as an athletic trainer.
Nolan Krueger will work to increase access to higher education and inclusion of underrepresented students of color within university spaces.
Although he doesn't claim to be a "trivia guy," Associate Dean for Equity, Community Engagement, and Outreach Richard Reddick has appeared on and won several popular game shows.
Sabrina Facundo is graduating with a degree in Applied Movement Science with a specialization in Disability Studies. She plans to attend graduate school to become an occupational therapist.
Raya Belton is graduating with a degree in Applied Learning and Development with an EC-6 Generalist Certification. After graduation, she will teach kindergarten in San Antonio.