Nov 20 2016

The College of Education is Committed to Student Success at All Levels #college #education

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A History of Excellence

UT Regents Recognize Education Professor

Hundreds Expected at Upcoming Teacher Job Fair

Dedicated to Preparing Educators

Research Engages Students

Tater Taught Award-Winning Educator to Love Math, Science

UTEP Congratulates Region XIX Teacher of the Year

The College of Education is Committed to Student Success at All Levels

The University of Texas at El Paso s College of Education consists of three departments with 64 faculty members who serve more than 2,000 undergraduate students from the colleges of Education, Science and Liberal Arts. The College of Education prepares teachers, counselors, diagnosticians and school administrators at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our undergraduates are supported throughout their academic journey by the College s Center for Student Success. We are proud to report that since 2002 the College has prepared more than 8.500 teachers who serve at schools throughout the El Paso region. Among its most recent accolades, the College was ranked #1 in 2015 by The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine for awarding the most bachelor s degrees in education to Hispanics in the nation. The College also serves the largest enrollment of students earning master s degrees on the UTEP campus and has more than 100 students in doctoral programs. Recently, the online master s degree in bilingual education was ranked #8 for affordable graduate programs in Curriculum and Instruction by Top Education Degrees (TED). For generations, our graduates have gone on to lead in classrooms and campuses from K-12 to higher education in communities around the world. We are grateful for the trust that is shown in what we can offer and promise to continue to do it for generations to come.


UTEP Expects Hundreds to Attend Upcoming Teacher Job Fair

Representatives from dozens of regional and out-of-state school districts will be at The University of Texas at El Paso from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, to be part of the upcoming College of Education Fall 2016 Teacher Job Fair.

Tater Taught Award-Winning Educator to Love Math, Science

Raquel Jimenez Kuker’s professional journey started with a spud in elementary school. It was not boiled, broiled, fried, mashed or scalloped; it was used as a battery to power a clock.

Region 19 Honors UTEP Alumna as a 2016 Teacher of the Year

Dogged preparation and compassion are some of the reasons Marisela Fernandez has been successful during her 22 years in the classroom. Region 19 recently recognized her as its 2016 Elementary Teacher of the Year.

Joyce Asing Cashman Named Outstanding Teacher by Board of Regents

Established in 2008, The University of Texas System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Awards (ROTA) program recognizes educators for their outstanding classroom performance and innovation in undergraduate instruction.


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