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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 Gala2
Too hot to handle: Climate considerations for youth sport during the hottest years on record-
Two faculty members from the School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University address dangerous heat, its impact on youth sports and what can be done to help keep students safe.
Project VICTORY Connects Rural Students with Real-Life Scientists-
A project led by researchers in the School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University looks to ensure that rural students in grades 3-5 receive additional support to increase science literacy, interest in STEM fields, and access to technology.
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Texas A&M Reaches Out to Help Robb Elementary Students-
Texas A&M University is offering help to students in Uvalde, Texas following last month’s tragedy at Robb Elementary School.
CEHD department conserves energy thanks to energy performance program-
Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development joins conservation program to improve building efficiencies and reduce energy consumption costs.
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Texas A&M Celebrates National Biomechanics Day at Local School-
Dr. Jenna Yentes and Texas A&M graduate students come together at a local middle school to celebrate National Biomechanics Day.
Fostering success for student veterans-
The structured life of military service can be a shocking contrast to the self-directed environment of higher education. Research by a Texas A&M scholar is hoping to help veterans meet the challenges of their transitions.
Health education research explores ways to discuss sexual health-
Faculty and students in The Laboratory for Community Health Evaluation & Systems Science are collaborating with organizations in Oklahoma aimed at reducing teen pregnancy and improving adolescent health.
More than a ring-
When Rebecca Buckland ’09 had her ring stolen, student teacher Sarah Adams ’21 called on the Aggie family to replace it.
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CEHD signs MOU with Kenya Ministry of Education-
Members of a delegation from Kenya visited the Texas A&M University campus on Sept. 12-13 to explore partnerships, ultimately signing a memorandum of understanding with the College of Education and Human Development.
Former students honor 9/11 through gratitude to Canada-
Twenty years ago 38 passenger planes were forced to reroute to Gander, Newfoundland amid terror attacks in New York City and Washington. The small Canadian town became a refuge for nearly 6,700 stranded passengers.
Texas A&M Coaching Academy attends THSCA Coaching School & Convention-
The Texas A&M Coaching Academy attended the 89th annual Texas High School Coaches Association Coaching School & Convention in San Antonio, Texas July 18-20, sponsoring speakers, a mentoring program and bringing Aggie student coaches to network.
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How a grant will address gaps in adolescent mental health access in Brazos Valley-
A new grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration awarded to Dr. Carly McCord at Texas A&M University looks to reduce a shortage of adolescent mental health professionals by providing necessary funding and training.
$2.4M Grant to benefit Texas high school students with disabilities-
The Texas Workforce Commission recently awarded $2.4 million to Dr. Dan Zhang, professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, to implement work-based learning programs in selected high schools.
New clinic provides tools and resources for students and educators-
Professional development and tutoring resources will be offered beginning this summer, both in-person and online.
Student holds book drive for Boys and Girls Club-
Her focus was not just gathering all available books – she wanted to find books that celebrate different cultures and identities.
Woodward recognized with University Professorship-
The University Professorships in Undergraduate Teaching Excellence are conferred upon the most distinguished teachers of undergraduates.
Counseling and Assessment Clinic answers call to serve during pandemic-
As life came to a screeching halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Counseling and Assessment Clinic at Texas A&M University, and its team of faculty supervisors and graduate student clinicians, did not relent in providing services to the Brazos Valley.
Dr. Craig makes AERA history, wins two awards-
Craig, professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture, was selected as a recipient of AERA Division K Teaching and Teacher Education’s 2021 Legacy Award and the 2021 Exemplary Research in Teaching and Teacher Education Award.
Two TLAC faculty named provost award honorees-
Drs. Radhika Viruru and Sharon Matthews are among 10 selected this year.
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Four named AFS Award Recipients-
The awards are among the most prestigious awards presented to faculty at Texas A&M. Recipients are chosen by a campus-wide committee composed of faculty, students, former students and staff.
Student teaching goes virtual with Tomball ISD-
In the Fall of 2020, a new collaboration came to life. Working with Dr. Jeff McCanna ‘20, Chief of Human Talent at Tomball ISD, faculty found a way to offer future teachers a virtual senior methods semester.
Dr. Joshi receives university honor-
Joshi will receive an annual $5,000 stipend for three years and will retain the right to use the title so long as he remains a faculty member in good standing.
Brazos Valley Teach: New partnership with high schools and community colleges-
Thanks to a $729,000 grant from the Greater Texas Foundation, the College of Education and Human Development, with support from the Office of Public Partnership and Outreach, will provide funding for the initiative.
Texas A&M faculty aid in COVID-19 vaccine distribution-
Faculty in the College of Education and Human Development are administering and aiding in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines this spring.
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