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- Upcoming Event: CDLC Book Study on Sentipensante (Sensing/Thinking) Pedagogy - The Teacher Education and Higher Education department is joining the Coalition for Diverse Language and Culture in a book study of Laura Rendón’s book Sentipensante (Sensing/Thinking) Pedagogy. Over the fall semester, we meet monthly to discuss the book and prepare for Dr. Rendón’s visit May 3-4, 2019 as part of the second annual Diversity in […]
- Summer 2019 Critical Language Scholarship has just opened - Applications for the Summer 2019 Critical Language Scholarship has just opened. The deadline for students to apply is November 27th. The Critical Language Scholarship is an intensive, overseas language and cultural immersion program. During the summer, students spend eight to ten weeks abroad studying one of 15 critical languages including: Arabic Azerbaijani Bangla Chinese Hindi […]
- 1968 Alum Ms. Mary Cobb Northington Visits New SOE Building for the First Time - On September 26, 2018, the School of Education had the pleasure of hosting Ms. Mary Cobb Northington at the SOE Building for the first time since she graduated in 1968. She was joined by two of her daughters, Beth and Sandi, and her granddaughter Linley (also a SOE alumna). They were welcomed by TEHE Department […]
- Hi-Tea Event Recognizes Mr. Smith Self’s Contributions to the SELF Fellows Program - Since 1997, the Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) has awarded annual funding through the SELF Fellowship to doctoral students in the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Ph.D. in Cultural Foundations programs. Historically, the Fellowship was funded by an annual gift from Mrs. Sara “Sally” Smith Self (in memory of her husband, Dr. […]
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