Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development Celebrates Black Excellence in Education and Research-
The Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development announces its annual Carter-Larke Black History and Education Lecture.2
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Former School of Education and Human Development Students Honored at Awards Gala-
Seven outstanding leaders in education, athletics, physical therapy and law enforcement were recognized at the School of Education and Human Development’s 2022 Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala
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SEHD Begins Education Partnership with Uzbekistan-
The School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University took its first step toward a new international partnership to promote education, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with The Embassy of Uzbekistan in the United States.
From CEHD to SEHD: Name Change Part of Reorganization Plan-
The College of Education and Human Development changed its name to the School of Education and Human Development as part of an academic realignment initiative at Texas A&M University.
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Dr. Michael A. de Miranda Appointed Dean of School of Education and Human Development-
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Michael A. de Miranda has been appointed Dean of the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) at Texas A&M University.
Remembering Dr. Michael Ash-
The School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University honors the memory of Dr. Michael Ash, Professor Emeritus in SEHD.
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CEHD Honors Transformational Leaders at Dean’s Roundtable-
The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at Texas A&M University honored 26 transformational leaders at the 2022 Dean’s Roundtable.
Remembering Dr. Dean Corrigan-
Dr. Dean Charles Corrigan, former dean of the College of Education and Human Development, passed away November 7 at his home in Middlebury, VT. He was 91 years old.
Remembering Dr. Jon Denton-
Denton retired in 2007 after spending 35 years with Texas A&M. He had a passion for integrating technology into classroom instruction and teacher preparation programs and loved education.
Dr. Cynthia Riccio retires after 23 years-
After 23 years in the Department of Educational Psychology, Dr. Cynthia Riccio is retiring.
A Legacy of Education at Texas A&M-
Irma Alvarado graduated in 1970 with a bachelor’s in education. She is known as one of the first Hispanic female graduates of Texas A&M. Now, she is focused on using that education to inspire others.
Forging a Legacy of Learning-
Betty Hanks ’69 shares her story as part of the college’s 50th Anniversary year.
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CEHD Begins 50th Anniversary Celebrations-
As school districts across Texas seek to respond to growing changes in their communities, they are also facing concerns when it comes to communication between parents and teachers.
Remembering Dr. Donald Clark, founding member of CEHD-
Dr. Donald Lee Clark, 87, professor emeritus and founding member of the College of Education and Human Development, passed away on July 17.
Jessie Simmons: How A Schoolteacher Became An Unsung Hero Of The Civil Rights Movement-
As the leader goes, so goes the school. This is the mantra Dr. Beverly Irby, professor of educational leadership, adheres to in transforming schools that need her help. She demonstrated this in her latest research in which she took Black Elementary from ‘improvement required’ to ‘meets standards’ in just one year through revitalizing the school’s leadership.
The Coaching Academy: A Playbook For Success-
Michael Park ’73 walked onto the Texas A&M University campus for the first time in fall of 1968, a year before the College of Education was founded.
He came to the university with a dream of playing football, eventually earning a spot on the team as a walk-on. At the end of his college football career, he received the honor of varsity football letterman.
What Is The Impact Of The Exodus Of Black Teachers?-
Over the last 70 years, the number of Black teachers in America’s schools has dramatically decreased. Bringing awareness to that trend is now a top priority for Dr. Valerie Hill-Jackson.
Texas A&M’s First African-American Female To Complete Entire Tenure Process Retires-
She was the first African-American female to complete the entire tenure process – from the rank of lecturer all the way to full professor – at Texas A&M University and the College of Education and Human Development. Now, after 32 years with the college, Dr. Patricia Larke is taking time for herself and retiring.
Responding To Our Community-
Workplace incivility is taking over our organizations, professional relationships and everyday interactions. According to Dr. Jia Wang, associate professor of human resource development, understanding why incivility happens and how to address it starts with awareness.
Dr. Leonard Ponder Reflects On Academic Career-
With over 40 years of service to the Department of Health and Kinesiology and the College of Education and Human Development, Dr. Leonard Ponder has no shortage of words when describing his time as an Aggie educator. In fact, his passion for teaching remains just as prevalent today as it did when he first arrived at the university.
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.
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Continuing A Legacy: EAHR’s Bell Ringing Tradition-
For many doctoral candidates, preparing for and defending a dissertation is one of the most stressful times of their lives. The same was true for Catherine Cole, but thanks to support from her family – including a former associate dean in the College of Education and Human Development – her story is extra special.
Why Do I Give?-
Every seven minutes a child is bullied at school, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Dr. Jane Stallings Remembered For Educational Legacy-
Dr. Stallings was a distinguished educator and author whose career involved the improvement of education for students while elevating the teaching profession.
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