Grade school children join hands in the middle

Scanlan Center for School Mental Health part of national collaboration to improve mental health services in schools

The University of Iowa College of Education’s Scanlan Center for School Mental Health is a partner organization in a new $2.6 million U.S. Department of Education grant that will support mental health services and professionals in schools.
Dave Conrads, Director of UI WILD, teaches law students at MNRA about the importance of bird banding in tracking species health, population, and migration.

Hubbell Environmental Law Initiative launches new field course at Iowa Law

With support from UI WILD and the UI College of Education, the College of Law’s Hubbell Environmental Law Initiative recently launched Wildlife and Habitat Conservation Law, a new interdisciplinary environmental law field course.
Tevin Middleton poses in the Lindquist Center.

Doctoral student Tevin Middleton receives funds to research school mental health

Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral student Tevin Middleton is working to increase the number of minority students who pursue higher education and the counselor profession by addressing mental health services in schools.
Bettina "Tina" Hass smiles while posing in the Lindquist Center.

Education’s ‘walking Google’ says farewell

Wednesday, August 30, 2023
After 44 years at the helm of the College of Education’s Office of the Dean, Bettina (Tina) Hass is retiring Oct. 2.

Achrazoglou retires from career combining teaching and technology

Wednesday, August 30, 2023
John Achrazoglou retires after 38 years with the College of Education, dedicating his entire career to teaching at his alma mater.
A group of people stand in front of hay bales during an agricultural tour in Kosovo.

Agriculture businesses in the Peja region open to collaborate with public universities

Tuesday, August 15, 2023
The support of USAID’s Private Sector Partnerships to Strengthen Higher Education activity and Kosovo's agriculture businesses marks a significant milestone in the region's progress in training of future agriculturist at the public universities.
People examine plants in a field in Kosovo.

UI takes a people-centered approach in designing online courses

Monday, August 14, 2023
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and agriculture businesses in Kosovo are working to create pipelines for talented university students to help their businesses thrive.
Professor Nicholas Bowman stands by a table surrounded by standing students.

Bowman named new editor-in-chief of premier journal, Educational Researcher

Tuesday, August 1, 2023
Two College of Education faculty members – Nicholas Bowman and Brian An – have been named as the new editor-in-chief and co-editor, respectively, for the Educational Researcher, the American Educational Researcher Association’s premier journal.
Professors stand in front of group around table.

ISU professors lead workshops on learning-centered classes for Kosovan professors

Monday, July 31, 2023
Iowa State University professors facilitated a series of training workshops to university students in Kosovo as part of the the Private Sector Partnerships to Strengthen Higher Education activity, funded by USAID and implemented by the University of Iowa, Iowa State University, and the Kosova Education Center.
Tween laying on the couch scrolling social media on a smart phone

In the News: Bardhoshi provides tips to help kids develop healthier social media habits

Summertime leads to free time, down time, and screen time, which means now is a good time for parents of teens and preteens to talk to their children about phone use, social media habits, and boundaries. Counseling Education Professor Gerta Bardhoshi provides helpful tips.