Articles from August 2020


"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Kaleb Farnham

Hello Hawkeyes! Happy “Where Do You Work” Wednesday! Meet Alumni Kaleb Farnham (B.A. ‘19 History and Secondary Social Studies Education).
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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Laura Matter

Happy “Where Do You Work” Wednesday! Meet alumna Laura Matter (B.A. ‘97 Elementary Education).

"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Nicholas O'Brien

Happy “Where Do You Work” Wednesday! This week we are highlighting alumnus Nicholas O’Brien (MAT in secondary education in 2010, and MA in Educational Policy and Leadership Studies in 2018).

Velasco advocates for STEM and encourages teachers to do the same

Richard Velasco, a new Clinical Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education and Science Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning, wants current and future STEM teachers to learn more about policy so they become more involved in getting their voices heard and advocate for STEM for their students.

Hoffman part of $1.3 million grant to help students with speech impairments and intellectual disabilities

Lesa Hoffman, professor in Educational Measurement and Statistics, is part of a $1.3 million grant from the Institute of Education Science to help better assess the pre-reading abilities of  students with speech impairments and intellectual disabilities.