Reta Haynes Gift To Establish Dean’s Chair, Support College Programs-
In an ongoing effort to fulfill her passion for education, Reta Haynes provided a gift to endow the Reta Haynes Dean’s Chair to support the College of Education and Human Development. The gift will be matched by Texas A&M University’s chair matching program.2
Olympian Breeja Larson Shares Experiences-
Breeja Larson is not your average Texas A&M student. Larson is an Olympian and gold medalist who’s carried the Aggie spirit with her in every aspect of her success. The former sport management graduate student spent much of her academic career in the water competing at the highest levels of swimming.
TLAC Welcomes New Department Head-
Improving the learning experience for every student in the College of Education and Human Development is a top priority for Dr. Michael de Miranda, the newest department head in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC).
Define Yourself By Stepping Out Of Your Comfort Zone-
When Donna Druery took a leap of faith and resigned from her position as a middle school assistant principal, she was terrified. It was a big life change, but one she knew she needed.
Faculty Publish New Book On Conflict Management-
A group of Texas A&M faculty have published a book on strategic conflict engagement titled Conflict Management and Dialogue in Higher Education.
CEHD Welcomes New Assistant Dean-
The College of Education and Human Development has hired Suprena Bennett as its new Assistant Dean of Finance and Administration. Bennett, who started in May, is replacing former position holder Dr. Becky Carr.
Archive for July, 2016
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