NEWS

Disability & Psychoeducational Studies Assistant Professor Michael T. Hartley launched a sports and wellness camp for veterans with spinal-cord injuries and diseases two years ago, and it continues to be a much sought-after program. Participants came from as far as Florida for the camp, which integrated wheelchair basketball, rugby, cycling, scuba diving, a digital storytelling project, and a scavenger hunt. The college hosts the camp in collaboration with Adaptive Athletics and the VETS Center.

Read about the accomplishments of our EPSP students, alumni, faculty, and satff in 2015.

Read about the accomplishments of our DPS students, alumni, faculty, and staff in 2016.

Read about the accomplishments of our EP students, alumni, faculty, and staff in 2015.

Read about the accomplishments of our TLS students, alumni, faculty, and staff in 2015.

In middle school, children either develop an affinity for math and science or begin believing they do not possess the mental agility necessary to succeed in these subjects.

College of Education and UA School of Information researchers are collaborating on a three-year U.S.