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  • EPOL Professor Ron Jacobs Inducted into AHRD Scholar Hall of Fame

    Congratulations to Dr. Ronald Jacobs, who has been inducted into the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) Scholar Hall of Fame. Jacobs will be honored at AHRD's Annual Conference in Atlanta on February 28.

  • CREA Conference 2020 | Final Keynote Speaker Announced

    Dr. Daniel Solorzano will deliver the closing keynote address on October 2, 2020, at the CREA 6th International Conference 2020 in Chicago, Illinois (September 30-October 2).

  • 2020 Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign is Now Underway!

    The 2020 Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign is now underway! During the next four weeks, we are asking all faculty and staff to consider making a gift to the College of Education fund of your choice. Private support is more important than ever for our students, programs, and scholars.

  • TIER-ED Graduate Student Fellows Program

    The Technology Innovations in Educational Research and Design (TIER-ED) Initiative announces a Student Fellowship Program designed to support graduate student research and design on digital technologies that address critical issues in learning and education. Selected TIER-ED Fellows will receive $20,000 for one academic year.

  • Pilot Project Funding Available from TIER-ED

    The Technology Innovations in Educational Reserach and Design (TIER-ED) initiative announces a Pilot Projects Program designed to foster inter- or trans-disciplinary intellectual engagement through funding pilot or proof-of-concept projects to better position faculty teams for competitive external funding and have more collaborative research opportunities for students interested in pursuing graduate studies in TIER-ED focused areas.

    Submission deadline is Friday, March 27, 2020 by 5 p.m. CST.

  • Student Education Association Meeting WED 2/19

    FUTURE TEACHERS! Come out to our first general meeting of the semester, Wednesday 2/19, at 7 p.m. in Architecture Building 302. Come hear from an exciting guest speaker and enjoy free pizza!

  • Department of Psychology Hosting Two Speakers from UW-Madison

    The Psychology Department is hosting two language talks of interest on Friday, 2/14. Dr. Maryellen MacDonald and Dr. Mark Seidenberg from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will be speaking at noon and at 1:30 p.m., respectively, in 819 Psychology.


  • New OVCRI Series | A Year of Creative Writers 2020

    Antoinette Burton, Janice Harrington, and colleagues in IPRH, the Creative Writing Program, and beyond have pulled together a remarkable slate of activities: performances, lectures, and conversations that are open to campus and community alike.

  • Lisa Skultety, Curriculum & Instruction Alumna, Selected for STaR Program

    Lisa Skultety, graduate of the Curriculum & Instruction doctoral program and now an assistant professor at the University of Central Arkansas, was selected for the STAR program, a prestigious program sponsored by the association of mathematics teacher educators, which provides mentorship for early career mathematics educators.  

  • Free Webinar Series for Early Childhood Professionals

    This four-part webinar series will focus on promoting positive behavior in young children. Dr. Jessica Hardy, assistant professor of Special Education in the College of Education, will cover the ABCs and function of behavior, multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), environmental arrangement, working with families, and promoting friendship and belonging. These free webinars are easy to join and offer continuing education credits.

  • CREA Conference 2020 | Keynote Speaker Announced | Proposals Deadline Feb. 7

    Dr. Sandy Grande will deliver the opening keynote address on September 30, 2020, at the CREA 6th International Conference 2020 in Chicago, Illinois (September 30-October 2).

  • Alumnus Royel Johnson, EdM '10, EPS, Cited as Emerging Scholar

    Royel M. Johnson, EdM '10, EPS, now assistant professor of higher education within the Department of Education Policy Studies in the Penn State College of Education, has been selected as an Emerging Scholar Designee by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA), a comprehensive student affairs organization that engages students for a lifetime of learning and discovery. He will receive the award at the ACPA20 convention to be held March 2-5 in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • College Research Funding Applications Now Open

    The online application interface is now open for several College of Education research awards. For all competitions, applications close February 28 at 5 p.m.

  • #PMENA19 Plenary | Gloriana Gonz├ílez and Tonya Bartell | "Empowering Teachers to Construct Problems"

    We invite you to watch Dr.  Gloriana González's Plenary session from the recent North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education conference held in St. Louis.


    Join us for eight 50-minute, hands-on workshops that will help you improve your research and information management skills. All sessions held in the Main Library, Room 314 unless otherwise noted. For more details and registration: