We're reaching new heights with drone-based STEM curriculum
Our new program at the Cooper Center teaches high school students to use drones to measure air pollution. Read more.
The college has a new dean!
Congratulations to Bruce Johnson, our new permanent dean. A professor of environmental learning and science education, Johnson previously served as department head of Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies in the college.
Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Brain Trust
About 200 university faculty from across the globe will visit Tucson in February to present research about the education of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Read more.
Adolescent, Family & Community Literacy Conference
In honor of the retirement of Reading Hall of Famer and Distinguished Professor Patty Anders, the conference on March 9 is for teachers, community workers, and researchers. Details.
Astronomy for Students with Visual Impairments
The NSF awarded more than $1 million to the Colleges of Education and Science to launch a Mars-related project to encourage students with visual impairments to pursue careers in STEM. Details,
Upcoming in March 2018 is Patty Anders’ retirement conference. Plan to bring a story, anecdote, memory, or joke to share, as a “Roast and Toast” in honor of Patty will kick off the events on March 8...
Alumna Saeideh Heshmati '11 '15, a postdoctoral research scholar at Penn State's College of Health and Human Development, and her team interviewed nearly 500 Americans on whether or not they believed...
At our fall Wine Harvest Reception, we honored our Alumnus of the Year, Richard Carranza '91, the superintendent of one of the nation's largest school districts (Houston). When Carranza was a teacher...