Texas A&M Wins ROTC Cup In Sandhurst Competition At West Point-
We went behind the scenes to get a look inside training that happens at the Ranger Challenge Course on the Texas A&M Campus.2
Dr. Ron McBride To Retire From College-
Dr. Ron McBride is retiring from the College of Education and Human Development following 28 years of service.
EPSY Department Head To Retire From College-
Longstanding Educational Psychology professor and department head Dr. Vic Willson will retire from the College of Education and Human Development after 37 years of service. Throughout his career, Dr. Willson played a key role in the developmental growth of the department.
Dr. Carol Stuessy Retiring After 27 Years-
After spending 27 years with the College of Education and Human Development, Dr. Carol Stuessy is ready to find out who she is again, without being a professor 24/7.
HLKN Grad One Of Six Selected For CFP Internship-
Lindsey LeJeune calls it a dream come true. Starting August 1, she will spend a year working as the Tom Mickle Intern in Communications with the College Football Playoff (CFP), one of only six interns selected from across the country.
Professor To Speak At Mental Health Conference-
Educational Psychology professor Dr. Tim Elliott will be a panel speaker at the Broadband Prescriptions For Mental Health: A Policy Conference held at the University of Houston Law Center on Wednesday, May 18.
Student Highlights Importance Of Sport Management Internships-
Greta Swift, a sophomore sport management major from Chittenango, New York, shared her internship experiences with attendees the 2016 Dean’s Development Council. Swift will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in the spring of 2018. She also plans on getting her MBA and eventually a doctorate in sport management.
Dr. Thompson Leaves Behind Principles For Graduate Instruction-
After 26 years of mentoring graduate students at Texas A&M University, Dr. Bruce Thompson is ready to retire.
June Scobee Rodgers ’83 Continues The Challenger Educational Mission-
For the past 30 years, June Scobee Rodgers has dedicated her life to continuing the educational mission of the Space Shuttle Challenger crew. Rodgers, the widow of Dick Scobee, commander of the Challenger, has taught every grade from kindergarten to college. Now, her mission is preparing teachers to guide the next generation.
Discussion Focuses On Solving Problems In America’s Schools-
When it comes to solving problems in America’s schools, according to Dr. David Berliner, change starts with solving the poverty problem in America. Dr. Berliner, Regents’ professor of Education Emeritus at Arizona State University (ASU), has made that his mission.
CEHD Graduate, 11 Others Selected As 2016 Distinguished Alumni-
Twelve Aggies have been selected as the 2016 recipients of the highest honor bestowed upon a former student of Texas A&M University, the Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Telehealth Clinic Serves Increasing Mental Health Needs-
The Department of Educational Psychology is currently partnering with health resource facilities in surrounding counties to meet the increasing mental health needs of patients through services provided by its Telehealth Counseling Clinic (TCC).
Classroom Instruction Comes To Life Through Global Education-
Her past is not something she likes to talk about, but when Katrin Howard was asked to speak to a group of Texas A&M students, she could not pass up the opportunity.
The Most Famous Legs In Aggieland: Meet The Newest Mascot Corporal, Gavin Suel-
For most Texas A&M students, Parents’ Weekend means visiting with family and getting a couple of free meals. But for newly-selected Mascot Corporal Gavin Suel, that weekend changed his life.
Renowned Professor Lectures Sport Management Division-
Dr. Sherry is a leading scholar in sport management at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, and spoke about her research on marginalized populations and dealing with the social and cultural roles of sports in other countries.
21 Educators To Be Honored At Dean’s Roundtable-
The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at Texas A&M University will honor 21 educators who have made a positive impact on the lives of their students at the 2016 Dean’s Roundtable to be held on Friday, May 6th at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.
School Enhancement Project Focuses On Improving Houston-Area Schools-
More than 1,500 school campuses in Texas are deemed low performers according to this year’s Public Education Grant from the Texas Education Agency. Eight of those schools are the focus of a research project by two professors in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development (EAHR) and Dr. Joyce Alexander, dean of the College of Education and Human Development.
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Summit For Meaningful Impact Of Learning And Education-
The College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University is working to build strong partnerships with school districts across the state. That goal is what prompted the Summit for Meaningful Impact of Learning and Education: A Texas Schools Summit in The Woodlands earlier this month.
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