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For more than a decade, Professor Kris Bosworth's research has focused on positive school climate, which enhances learning and promotes a college-going culture. Her research was featured in the fall issue of the college's Imagine Research magazine.

Amanda Tachine, who earned a doctorate in higher education in in 2015, was recognized by President Barack Obama for her work in the Native American community.

In the Navajo culture, teachers are revered as "wisdom keepers," entrusted with the young to help them grow and learn. This is how Tia Tsosie Begay approaches her work as a fourth-grade teacher at a small public school on the outskirts of Tucson. Begay, one of our elementary education graduates and a current grad student in our educational leadership program, was named one of National Public Radio's 50 Great Teachers.

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

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

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

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

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