Articles from September 2022

Laura Gallo

In the News: Gallo addresses suicide intervention in schools

Assistant Professor Laura Gallo recently offered expertise on suicide intervention in schools for the journal Teaching and Supervision in Counseling.
Heather Buckley school portrait

Alumna named Iowa Elementary Principal of the Year

Alumnus Heather Buckley, principal at Cardinal Elementary School in Eldon, Iowa, has been awarded the prestigious 2022 Iowa Elementary Principal of the Year award.
Weber and three veterans at the National Mall in Washington D.C.

Weber helps provide veterans with memorable trips

Reygan Weber is passionate about supporting veterans and has helped make countless memories for those who have served and protected our country.


Alumnus named I-SERVE 2022 Distinguished Alumni of the Year

College of Education alumnus Greg Clark, a U.S. Army veteran, has received the 2022 I-SERVE award for his distinguished military service and significant impact on the veteran community.
graphic stating College of Nursing ranked number one

By the Numbers 2021-2022

Check out the College of Education’s 2021-2022 By the Numbers to see the impact of our faculty, students, staff, and alumni.

Bartlett remembered for excellence in law and special education

Larry Bartlett, former faculty member in Educational Leadership, passed away on August 26, 2021.

Message from the Dean: Annual Report 2021-22

College of Education Dean Daniel Clay reflects upon the achievements of the past year while looking to a continued bright future for Iowa's top-ranked College of Education.
New college of education faculty. ack row L to R:Julie Koch, Josh Coleman, Alissa Doobay, Randall Boen, Katy Schroeder, Jamie Tanas, Mark Hopkins, Stephen Murley. Front row R to L: Samuel Tanner, Erin Lane, EunJung Kim, Belen Hernando-Llorens, Kay Ramey, Hyesun You, Jeffrey Grim, Derek Rodgers

Welcome New Faculty

The College of Education welcomes new faculty who bring decades of expertise, cutting-edge research, and innovative teaching to our community.
Art Education Faculty member, Clar Bladus, with finger puppets

Baldus retires after years of inspiring creativity through play

Although Clar Baldus, art education professor emeritus, retired in December of 2021 after more than two decades of inspiring the next generation of art educators, she continues to live her mantra: play every day.

Assouline lauded for leadership, steps down from center director role

Susan Assouline stepped down as director of the Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development Aug. 1 after successfully leading the internationally renowned center since December 2012.