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  • Attend the 2021 Global Education Symposium!

    The Global Education Symposium, October 21-24, is a four-day event with opportunities to engage with scholars from around the world, engage in professional development activities, participate in informal networking activities, and more!

  • Flu Shot Season--Get Yours Today!

    McKinley Health Center is providing free seasonal flu shots to all students who have paid the health service fee, as well as to benefit eligible faculty, staff, and retirees. There are several locations across campus between now and the end of October. Don't delay!

  • Anjali Forber-Pratt

    HRD Alumna Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt Receives 2021 Harold Scharper Award from DRES

    Named for the first paraplegic to attend the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the Harold Scharper Award recognizes alumni who have received services from DRES and who have attained outstanding success and national or international distinction in their chosen business, profession, or life’s work.

  • MSTE Friday Lunches Are Back (Virtually)!

    MSTE Friday Lunches, which are open to the campus community as well as the general public, have happened since Spring 2007 and take place on most Fridays during the fall and spring semesters.

  • C&I's Stephanie Smith Receives 2021 Outstanding Early Childhood Teacher Educator Award

    Stephanie Smith, assistant professor of Curriculum & Instruction, has been named the 2021 Outstanding Early Childhood Teacher Educator from Taylor and Francis and the NAECTE Foundation.

  • Meghan Burke Recipient of 2021 Illinois Developmental Therapy Association Fire Award

    Congratulations to professor Meghan Burke, who was selected by the Early Intervention Training Program to receive the 2021 Illinois Developmental Therapy Association Fire Award.

  • Faculty Conducting Community-engaged Research: Learn About the Community-Academic Scholars Initiative

    By viewing the recorded info session, you will learn how this program can support your research and be better prepared for the upcoming project submission process.

  • Jessica Hardy and Catherine Corr

    SPED Faculty Awarded New $1.2M OSEP Grant

    Assistant professors Catherine Corr and Jessica Hardy are leading a project that has received significant funding from the Office of Special Education Programs.

  • Racial Equity for Adult Credentials in Higher Ed: The REACH Collaborative

    The Office of Community College Research and Leadership is a co-partner in the REACH Collaborative, which is focused on transforming credential pathways to associate degrees at community colleges to improve credential attainment and economic mobility for adult learners of color in six states.

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    Hurry Up! Join IGlobal Virtual Study Abroad Program

    The IGlobal program is aimed to provide opportunities for middle school students all around the globe to obtain and develop global citizenship by learning about the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We are actively looking for teachers, students, and administrators from middle schools and undergraduates who are interested in participating in a virtual study abroad internship program.


  • Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

    All Are Invited to the Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

    The Gies Access and Multicultural Engagement Team want to extend an invite to our College of Education neighbors to join us for our Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration scheduled for Wednesday, October 6 from 4 to 7 pm on the Sixth Street Lawn (the grassy area between BIF and KAM).

  • Dr. Nancy Latham

    ICYMI: Nancy Latham Appointed Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs

    Dr. Nancy Latham has agreed to serve the College of Education as both the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Executive Director of the Council on Teacher Education (CoTE).

  • Center for Children's Books Galley Giveaway

    Join the Center of Children’s Books on Monday, September 27, in the iSchool courtyard (501 E. Daniel Street) for our Galley Giveaway from noon to 6 p.m. 

  • Ariel Stevenson

    Online Ed.D. Student Recognized as a Diversity Champion by Cal State University San Marcos

    Ariel Stevenson, current online doctoral student in EPOL, has been recognized by her employer as a diversity champion.

  • Register for SCD's Workshops for Learners

    SCD's workshops for learners show you how to expand your creativity, empathy, and storytelling using human-centered design.These standalone sessions are free and open to students and staff at UIUC - all majors and disciplines welcome! You can attend in-person or virtually, though in-person capacity is limited.