Nancy Langguth
Areas of Responsibility

  • Teacher Leader Center
  • Office of Education Services
  • Recruitment
  • College teacher training programs, including
    • admission
    • academic monitoring
    • student teaching placement
    • credential review
  • Insuring and documenting ways in which programs meet state and national accreditation requirements
  • Liaison with entities within the University, school districts and licensure staff in-state and out-of-state

More about Nancy Langguth

Nancy Langguth is Associate Dean for Teacher Education and Student Services in the College of Education at the University of Iowa. In her role as Associate Dean for Teacher Education and Student Services, Professor Langguth provides leadership and oversight for the Teacher Education Program as well as for the services associated with College of Education recruitment, admissions, field experiences, program completion exams and licensure.

As a Clinical Professor in Teaching and Learning for the College of Education, Professor Langguth has taught Orientation to Secondary Education, Secondary Classroom Management and Middle School Curriculum and Methods for the Teacher Education Program, and facilitated and coordinated stateside and international off-site student teaching placements for students in the program. Additionally, Professor Langguth has served as the ISEA Student Program faculty advisor for the College, having been named the 2005-2006 Sponsor of the Year for the state of Iowa.

Professor Langguth actively contributes to state accreditation reviews and to work teams for the Iowa Department of Education and to collaborative initiatives with the Iowa Regent Universities, including the Regents Alternative Pathway to Iowa Licensure program. Professor Langguth has represented the College of Education on the University of Iowa Faculty Senate, and her service to the College and University has included serving as the co-lead for the College’s Strategic Plan Student Success Pillar as well as contributing to student scholarship initiatives at both the college and university level.

Prior to her work in higher education, Professor Langguth taught science and reading in the middle grades and also was involved as a team coach, evaluator and workshop presenter for the Future Problem Solving Program International.

Whether in the classroom (where she continues to teach the Orientation to Secondary Education course to all students newly admitted to secondary program areas in the University of Iowa Teacher Education Program) or in her administrative role, Professor Langguth’s focus is on student success and the important role teachers play in setting the stage for their students’ success.

Professor Langguth holds degrees from Iowa State University (B.S. Education), Northwest Missouri State University (M.S. Education) and the University of Iowa (Ph.D. Education; School Counseling Specialization, Science Education Cognate).