Vicki Cupp teaches students

Adapting through COVID-19: Vicki Cupp

Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Vicki Cupp has found silver linings in a schoolyear filled with unknowns.
Sydney Roper teaches students over zoom

Adapting through COVID-19: Sydney Roper

Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Sydney Roper was heartbroken after she didn’t get to say goodbye to her first class when the school year ended early due to COVID-19.
"In search of black care" with illustration of black doctors

In search of Black care

Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Krista Walker came to the College of Education to support students of color, but everything changed when Walker became one of the many Black women who had to advocate for their safety during childbirth.
Lindquist Center

Nash, ICCSD receive grant to recruit, retain teacher education students of color

Friday, December 17, 2021
Amira Nash, associate director of partnerships and programs in the Baker Teacher Leader Center, received one of the University of Iowa’s 2021 Diversity Catalyst Seed Grant Awards for her work on the recruitment and retention of BIPOC teacher education students.
Nicole Williams

Williams creates new app to provide access to all students for music lessons

Friday, December 17, 2021
Nicole Williams, an Education Studies and Human Relations and organ performance double major, has created a new app to provide all students with access to music education.
Lindquist Center

College expands support for DEI, global and online education and PD

Thursday, December 16, 2021
Thanks to the college's growing commitment to DEI efforts, professional development, global education, and online programs, the Linda R. Baker Teacher Leader Center staff has expanded, hiring two new associate directors, both alumni.
Professor working with graduate students.

Aloe wins Mosteller Award from the Campbell Collaboration

Wednesday, December 15, 2021
Ariel Aloe, associate professor in educational measurement and statistics, is the recipient of the prestigious Mosteller Award from the Campbell Collaboration.
Ethan Owens

Owens hopes to help students experience joys, rewards of music

Tuesday, December 7, 2021
Ethan Owens looks forward to growing musical and creative communities of caring throughout his career after graduating.
Matthew Hayes

From Music to Mentoring: Veteran Pursues Career in School Psychology

Monday, November 1, 2021
Matthew Hayes finds fulfillment in I-SERVE and school psychology.
Ryan Schey

Schey’s research focuses on LGBTQ+ youth, more inclusive climate in schools

Monday, November 1, 2021
Ryan Schey joins the University of Iowa College of Education this fall as a visiting professor in English education.