When Sean Speaks Donates Wheelchair To PATHS Program-
Sean Carter was declared paralyzed after a drunk driving accident in 2005. His mother, Jenny, was told Sean had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and to “hope for the best” in his recovery.2
CEHD Welcomes Its First Transformational Fellows-
The College of Education and Human Development has welcomed its first set of graduates of the new Transformational Fellows Program. The new fellowship program is centered on building student leaders through academics leadership and high-impact learning experiences.
Dr. Boettcher Says Goodbye To Her First Love – Teaching-
Her teaching career started 43 years ago, but Dr. Cindy Boettcher’s love for teaching started long before that.
Belgian Economic Mission Helps To Further Research-
The Department of Health and Kinesiology (HLKN) will be reaping the rewards of an economic pairing between the university and the country of Belgium through a partnership called the Belgian Economic Mission. Her Royal Highness Princess Astrid of Belgium visited campus Wednesday to attend the event.
Shadow Education’s Impact On Student Achievement-
It’s a multi-billion dollar industry but one we know very little about. That’s something Matthew Etchells is trying to change.
Community And Law Enforcement To Gather For Open Forum-
Representatives from The College of Education and Human Development have teamed up with local law enforcement officials to bring an event aimed at engaging members in the community.
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