Program News - English Education

Sara Halverson stands in the Baker Teacher Leader Center.
Student speaker Elizabeth Halverson inspired by summer camp, UI’s literary reputation Elizabeth Halverson (BA, major in English, English Education Teacher Education Program, TEP), who was chosen as the student speaker for the inaugural College of Education Commencement, wants to inspire her future students, just as former teachers inspired her.
Shu-I Chang and her son in front of the Lindquist Building
An opportunity to thank a mentor

One Day for Iowa proved to be much more than a giving campaign for the college.

Amanda Thein
Schmidt, Thein discuss aim of Strong Girls Read Strong Books Strong Girls Read Strong Books, a weekly after-school program, is using books to talk with girls at local elementary schools about how to be strong.
Student Speaker Angie Miller speaks to the convocation audience as administrators and faculty on stage look on
Student convocation speaker strengthened by knowing ‘all students can learn’ Each and every student, regardless of their ability level, deserves a high-quality education. Angie Miller, who recently earned a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in English Education at the University of Iowa College of Education, knows this well.
Cover of the Annual Report with several people reading
Read the UI College of Education Annual Report 2015-2016 Take a look at our Annual Report 2015-2016.
Amanda Thein
Strong books for Strong Girls A weekly after-school program founded by faculty in the University of Iowa College of Education is using books to talk with girls at local elementary schools about how to be strong.
College of Education Alumni 2016-2017 Fullbright grant recipients
Three receive Fulbright grants The University of Iowa College of Education saw a record-breaking year for those receiving Fulbright grants, with the highly competitive program awarding 2016-2017 English Teaching Assistantships to Lauren Darby, Abigail Grilli, and Amanda Kloser.