After graduation, Mario Reyes will teach 7th grade English Language Arts at Wayside Charter School. He is graduating with a degree in Youth and Community Studies and teacher certification from UT Urban Teachers.
Bailey Glenn will return to Galveston to teach at a local elementary school. She was a member of the inaugural cohort of Charles Butt Scholars.
Learn how four graduates will continue to improve education and health across Texas even after they leave the Forty Acres.
Graduate students Ashley Kuchar, Oliver Davidson, Marissa Know, and Phoebe Long have been chosen to participate in Cortona – an exclusive, week-long workshop in Italy.
Associate Professor Marie-Anne Suizzo has received a $50,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation.
Dissertation title: “Stakeholder Influence on MBA Curricular Design”
Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction Catherine Riegle-Crumb's research was recently featured in The Washington Post on why Latino and black students leave STEM majors at higher rates.
Jan Todd, professor of Kinesiology and Health Education and director of the H. Lutcher Stark Center, has been named one of the 2019 Texas Ten by the Texas Exes.
An ED Talk by Jennifer Jellison Holme, an associate professor of educational policy and planning.
Alexandra Loukas has been appointed interim associate dean for research and graduate studies, effective June 1.
Executive Vice President and Provost Maurie McInnis has appointed Tasha Beretvas senior vice provost for faculty affairs. Her appointment begins June 1.
The Houston Chronicle discusses Educational Psychology Professor Ricardo Ainslie's film "The Mark of War."
Dean Martinez has appointed Associate Professor Richard Reddick as the College of Education's inaugural Associate Dean for Equity, Community Engagement and Outreach.
Six faculty members across three departments within the College of Education have received promotions effective as of September 1.
Xiaofen Keating is expanding the experience and knowledge of College of Education students by giving them a hands-on learning environment that takes them across the globe.
Educational Psychology Professor Diane Schallert explains how requiring students to learn cursive can help grow their comprehension skills in a recent interview with WCNC.
Professor Ed Coyle was cited in a New York TImes article on how sitting for most of the day could make us resistant to the usual metabolic benefits of exercise.