Hope, Heart and the Humanities addresses social justice in education at the ground level
This new book, Hope, Heart and the Humanities How a Free College Course is Changing Lives, being released by the University of Utah Press later this month includes ELP emeriti Professor Dr. L. Jackson Newell.
U of U Obtains NCFDD Membership
The University of Utah has now obtained an Institutional Membership for the National Center for Faculty Development Diversity (NCFDD), sponsored by the College of Education.
Diana Pounder recipient of the UCEA 2016 Edwin M. Bridges Award
Congratulations to Dr. Pounder who now serves as a Research Associate with the Utah Education Policy Center.
Dialogues in Teacher Education
Brown Bag Series
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
SAEC Boardroom 12:30 – 2:00
Our kickoff meeting will include a discussion of alternative routes to teacher licensure where we condider the work of Redding and Smith (2016).
The IRB Application Process
Are you a member of a research team?
Will you be writing a thesis or dissertation?
This seminar will show you how to write an IRB application.
Presenter: Ann Johnson, Assoc. Director, IRB
Date: Friday, November 4th
Time: 2-3 PM
Location: SAEC Building, Room #3155
EPPS Student Advisory Committee
Critical Issues Facing
Nov. 3-4, 2016
Hilton Salt Lake City Center
Explore the critical behavioral health and addiction issues facing today’s youth and families hitting your daily practice. You won’t find another program like this in the intermountain west. Don’t miss out – Be among the first to experience new formats and amazing, nationally renowned experts in areas such as trauma, EMDR, autism and more!
founded by the U of U Neuropsychiatric Institute
Higher Education Seminar Series Brownbag
Dr. Jack Newell, Emeriti Professor in ELP
“America’s Most Radical (and enduring) Experiment
in Undergraduate Education:
Writing the History and Leading the Charge At Deep Springs College”
“The Electric Edge of Academe:
The Saga of L.L. Nunn and Deep Springs College “
University of Utah
Martha Ovando Villanueva
As an Agency for International Development (AID) Fellow, Martha received a Bachelor’s of Bilingual Elementary Education (1975) and a Master’s of Educational Administration (1976) from the New Mexico Highlands University. After working for the Ministry of Education in Bolivia, in association with the Agency for Educational Development (AED), she received a Ph.D. in Educational Administration (1981) from the University of Utah, under the tutelage of Dr. Lloyd E. McCleary.
Click above to see the 2016 College of Education Convocation Video