News and Events
Fall Adult Education and Training Program Networking Happy Hour
Prospective students, current students, program alumni are all welcome to attend this faculty-hosted event. This is a great opportunity to find out more about our online master's program, exchange information, and cultivate productive relationships that will further your career as an adult educator.
- Saturday, October 29, 2016
- 4:00 to 5:30pm
- Casey Building, First Floor Atrium
- RSVP preferred, but not required (prospective students only)
The 2016 Banner features:
- Jill Wakefield, EdD, reflects on a career in education leadership
- Steven Webb, EdD, named State Superintendent of the Year
- Faculty accomplishments, student news, alumni updates, and much more!
The Center for Change in Transition Services Receives $3 Million Grant
Seattle University’s Center for Change in Transition Services (CCTS), housed within the College of Education, earned a $3 million contract from The Washington Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR). The funds will be used to increase support for Washington students with disabilities transitioning to life after high school. Read press release here.
The Alumni Award for Professional Achievement is being awarded to exemplary COE alumna Jill Wakefield, EdD, ’92 (EDLR), a visionary who has paved the way for women to attain leadership positions in higher education. In 1992, Jill graduated from Seattle University with a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. An adjunct professor in the Seattle University graduate program from 1999–2007, Jill joined the Board of Trustees in 2010. After 40 years of increasing responsibility in the Seattle Colleges system, Jill is retiring as Chancellor in June. She is the first woman and the longest serving Chancellor in the three-school system.
Beginning in Fall 2016, the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education are partnering to offer a new specialization in elementary education in the Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies bachelor of arts degree. Students in the four-year program will obtain a BA in interdisciplinary liberal studies along with a teaching credential in K-8 (elementary education) and an ELL endorsement. To learn more, visit the Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies program.
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