We will be accepting poster presentations from students until March 1 for presentation at the 13th Global Educational Forum.
Poetry, performance and indigenous citizenship featuring poet Heid Erdrich, introduced by LeAnne Howe, and opening with local writer Josina Guess.
Are you interested in becoming a teacher after graduation? This information session is for you!
Come hear from our edTPA coordinator about the edTPA process and tips to pass the portfolio stress free!
This 13th edition of the Global Educational Forum delves into women's progress highlighting the first milestones reached in the first 20 years of the 21st century. Invited scholars will address persistent challenges that women face in their pursuit of equality.
M. Nourbese Philip will perform her extraordinary work and connect it to Claudia Rankine's book 'Citizen' and citizenship in the African diaspora.
A staged reading of the award-winning, multi-genre book "Citizen" performed by students, faculty, and community actors under the direction of Freda Giles, faculty emeritus of theatre and film studies, and African-American studies.
Creating Interactive and Multigenre Stories: Using Images and Technology to Enrich Students' Writing (K-12)
Participants will craft interactive and multi-genre narratives together and create plans for bringing this approach into the classroom.
Join us and the College of Education’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to discuss our reflections on Claudia Rankine’s book, "Citizen."
Come hear about the requirements to become an early childhood education major!
This year's conference celebrates our 50th anniversary and welcomes keynote speakers Kwame Alexander, Erin Entrada Kelly, Aisha Saeed, Alan Gratz, and Ben Clanton.
Scholar Weekends are open to current 8th- to 11th-grade gifted students and comprise two days of intensive academic study.