Articles from April 2018

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2018 scholarships awarded to College of Education students

DaVida Anderson, a doctoral candidate in the Higher Education and Student Affairs Program, inspired the audience at the 2018 Scholarship Brunch. The event recognized and celebrated 127 students who received scholarship support and their generous donors.
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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Courtney Warren

Happy “Where Do You Work?” Wednesday! This week meet alumna Courtney Warren (BA ’16 Elementary Education).
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College of Education 2018 Alumni Magazine

Take a look at some of the great things our students, faculty, staff, and alumni are doing to help their communities. Read the online addition of the College of Education's 2018 Alumni Magazine.

The Counselor's Corner: When an A-minus really isn't an A-minus

Susannah Wood, an associate professor in the University of Iowa College of Education's School Psychology Program, shares insights on how to best help gifted students succeed.
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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Eugene Parker

Happy “Where Do You Work?” Wednesday! This week meet alumnus Eugene Parker (Ph.D ’15 Educational Policy and Leadership Studies).

Message from the Dean

University of Iowa Dean Daniel L. Clay shares how the University of Iowa College of Education community brings together diverse students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends, united in the cause of making our world a better one.
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UI's William Ming Liu confronts racism, sexism through research

Protests such as Black Lives Matter and #MeToo are highlighting racism and sexism and mean William Ming Liu’s research is more timely now than ever before.

After 34 years at UI, Tim Ansley retiring in July

“I could not have written a better script,” he says. “I get to do what I love to do – I love testing, I love statistics, but what I love most is teaching. That’s where my real passion always has been.”
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Legacy of a Latinx Leader

Nancy “Rusty” Barceló has been a catalyst and champion for change in higher education – not just on the University of Iowa campus but across the nation.

In Memoriam, 2018

Remembering beloved faculty and alumni.