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The College of Education faculty and staff congratulates those who have complete their degrees in their specialized fields. Good luck to your next adventure in teaching, leading, guiding and inspiring the future generation. Go out and set the world on fire!
Delta Psi Chi, Seattle University's chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (the
international counseling honors society), inducted the following students
in the spring of 2013: Tricia Bealer, Jensen Bonney, Tammy Burgett, Janet Carter, Wendy Enden, Mai-anh Epperly, Perry Firth, Alison Gomez, Darcy Hollie, Anne Marie Jones, Daniel Kelley-Peterson, Vicki Kenney, Katherine Larsen, Katrina Leach, Alyssa Lout, Kimberley Morgan, Tolani Ogunyoku, Stephanie Robinson, Jennifer Rounds, Kerri Lynne Schulte, Jennielee Scolomayer, Corbin Sheffels, Tiffany Smith, Michelle Terry, and Emily Woods.
Delta Psi Chi is the largest chapter of the counseling honor society in the state of Washington and ranks 42nd among the 269 chapters nationwide.
The society recognizes students who have distinguished themselves in academic and professional excellence in counseling. Members include faculty, alumni and current students in either community counseling or school counseling who have completed a quarter term, while maintaining an overall scholastic GPA of 3.5 or better. Committees encourage and pursue membership recruitment and involvement, plan community service and advocacy, host professional development workshops and social events. Each quarter the group hosts a professional development activity, a service or advocacy activity, and a social event. Faculty advisors are Drs. William O'Connell and Kristi Lee.
The College of Education invites you to celebrate the first graduating
class of Middle College High School at Seattle University. Middle
College High School (MCHS) moved to Loyola Hall this fall. Through the
partnership, both MCHS, and faculty and staff from the College of
Education and other colleges at Seattle University worked with
extraordinary students this past year, preparing them for college, career
and life. Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., will deliver the commencement
address for this ceremony at the Pigott Auditorium on Thursday, June 13,
2013 at 7 p.m. Please join us for this celebration.
Program for New Principals from College of Education will
provide a workshop incorporating the new evaluation criteria for principals
(TPEP). The workshop will be available from June 26 - 28, 2013 or August 5 - 7, 2013. You will have the opportunity to
create a culture, improve instruction, align curriculum, manage resources, and
more. For more information, visit the
website | view the PDF.
Seattle University President Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced on Wednesday, April 3, that Dr. Deanna Sands has been appointed the dean of the College of Education beginning July 1, 2013. Dr. Sands has spent the past 26 years serving as professor and associate dean of research and professional learning in the School of Education at the University of Colorado Denver (UC Denver) . She coordinates the Ph.D. program in Educational Leadership and Innovation (EDLI) and serves as an advisor and one of the lead faculty for the Urban Schools Doctoral Research Lab. Deeply dedicated to diversity and inclusive education, Dr. Sands has devoted much of her career to enhancing educational opportunities for people with disabilities. An active and prolific scholar, her research has been supported by grants from such esteemed entities as the Institute of Education Sciences and the National Science Foundation. Read more about Dr. Sands.
Current teachers and MIT teacher candidates now have the opportunity to enhance their degree with an ELL endorsement or certificate. “The innovative program is designed to meet prospective students where they are,” says Dr. SusanEllen Bacon, Associate Dean of the College of Education and Program Director of Professional Development and Continuing Education. “We are offering an opportunity for professionals who are teachers, adult educators, English instructors and special education practitioners who want 12 or 24 credit program conveniently offered on weeknights and weekends.” These class assignments are tailored to their personal and professional goals. Click here for more information on this program.
Professor and former Dean, Sue Schmitt, Ed.D, passed away on Friday, September 28, 2012. She touched many lives during her remarkable career as an administrator, educator and scholar. The Dr. Sue A. Schmitt Scholarship Fund has been established to honor her memory and the legacy she has left at Seattle University. The fund will support the academic advancement of underrepresented students enrolled in the College of Education, a commitment that Dr. Schmitt championed during the course of her career. Please click here or call 206-296-2152 if you are interested in contributing to this fund.
2013 Banner Magazine Released
Dr. Deanna Sands Named Dean of the College of Education
College of Education to Offer ELL Endorsement and Certificate Program
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