• Smart Talk with Robin and Al

    Airing live on Saturdays at 8 a.m. on Tucson’s 1030 KVOI AM, this new radio show offers a lively and provocative discussion of today’s educational, political, and social issues. More.

  • Seeing the Grand Canyon for the First Time

    Upward Bound (first-generation high schoolers) hosted a four-week program with college tours and cultural enrichment. Many had never been to the Grand Canyon before! More.

  • Why Burn a Walnut?

    Students learned how to measure stored energy in plant sources during our education outreach as part of the Sustainable Bioeconomy for Arid Regions Project. More.

  • Academia Alarmed by Visa Restrictions

    A crackdown on visas for certain Chinese citizens might deepen hostility toward Chinese scholars. The New York Times contacted Professor Jenny Lee for her views on the complicated issue. More.

  • Teaching in Arizona

    What does it mean to be a teacher in Arizona? Watch this preview of the upcoming film, Teaching in Arizona.

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Professor Kris Bosworth

Educational Policy Studies & Practice

This month, we celebrated 20 years of the Smith Endowed Chair for Prevention and Education at the Arizona Inn with 80 guests. The reception captured the inspiration the Smiths imparted and the impact...
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Richard Carranza talks with other  UA Wildcats in New York City

Office of the Dean

The College of Education and the UA Alumni Association co-hosted an event at the Chela Park Slope restaurant in Brooklyn to introduce our grad Richard Carranza to the Tri-State UA alumni. Carranza is...
Disability & Psychoeducational Studies doctoral student Jaclyn Wolf

Disability & Psychoeducational Studies

Disability & Psychoeducational Studies doctoral student Jaclyn Wolf attended the California Association of School Psychologists conference in San Diego in early November to present her research,...

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

At the start of December, students in TLS 355, along with Assistant Professors Ostermeyer and Harris, took part in a binational tennis rally for border youth in Nogales, Sonora.
ITEP student taking notes during lesson with Dr. Norma Gonzalez

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Our Indigenous Teacher Education Project has received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will double the number of Native American students in the program, establish new...

Office of the Dean

Indigenous students from the College of Education are reinstating Indigenous Thinkers, an organization dedicated to all Indigenous graduate students in the College of Education. To learn more about...

Office of the Dean

Our education program hopes to increase the number of qualified teachers in Arizona. Dean Johnson speaks to the specific challenges that come with fulfilling special education teaching certification.
Louis Moll

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Luis Moll, who is the recipient of the 2018 George and Louise Spindler Award. The Spindler Award is granted to scholars and practitioners whose achievements in...