Texas A&M Launches State’s Most Comprehensive Institute For Early Childhood Development & Education-
Texas A&M University has launched its Institute for Early Childhood Development & Education, which will be housed in the School of Education and Human Development.2
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Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development Awarded Federal Grant to Help Turn Around Schools-
Faculty in the Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) were awarded a $15 million federal grant in their efforts to help turn around high-needs schools and better prepare principals in Texas and beyond.
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School of Education and Human Development Remains a Premier National Online Graduate Program-
The School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) is number 10 overall on U.S. News and World Report’s list of 2023 Best Online Master’s in Education Programs.
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Texas A&M SEHD Awarded New Education Grant to Support Texas Teachers of English Learners-
A new federal grant will bolster the Texas A&M University School of Education and Human Development’s (SEHD) goal of helping Pre K-12 teachers of English learner (EL) students in Texas.
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School of Education and Human Development Presents Annual ‘Voices of Impact’ Speaker Series-
The Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) welcomes you to its annual ‘Voices of Impact’ speaker series. This year’s edition will feature faculty and doctoral students from our School sharing their insight with the Bryan-College Station community.
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Getting to Know: Dean de Miranda-
Dr. Michael A. de Miranda talks about becoming Dean of the School of Education and Human Development, his vision for SEHD and hobbies outside of campus.
Scholarship named after Aggie Football Legend Helps Future Coaches-
A new scholarship named after legendary Texas A&M University football head coach R.C. Slocum will help develop future coaches in the School of Education and Human Development.
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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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.
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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.
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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.
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CEHD Plays Key Role in Early Childhood Education Conference-
The College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University is committed to promoting early childhood education. In April, CEHD played a key role in the first-ever conference for the Brazos Valley chapter of the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children. Several faculty members and grad students shared their research and advice with early childhood education workers in the Bryan-College Station area.
CEHD Clinical Associate Professor Honored for ‘Teaching Excellence’-
CEHD is proud to be part of an international collaboration to promote education. A delegation from Kenya visited the Texas A&M campus in College Station and the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service, Washington, D.C. Teaching Site. The visits were part of a Memorandum of Understanding between us and the Kenyan Ministry of Education.
Aggie Mother Following Her Daughter’s Footsteps-
Mother, Heather Dulas, follows her daughter’s footsteps and becomes a second generation Aggie, and receives an Aggie Ring Scholarship.
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.
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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Cultural experiences through virtual study abroad-
Thanks to a Presidential Transformational Teaching Grant program through Texas A&M, Woodward and Kwok took their students on a virtual study abroad experience to Russia.
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.
Former health education student mentors homeless youth in Hawaii-
Homeless youth across the U.S. experience many obstacles as a result of their circumstance. In Hawaii, they face additional challenges that are unique to the state.
Assessing English language learners for special education-
Identifying ELL students with disabilities can be difficult. There is a lack of adequate assessments and most education professionals do not have the experience to effectively assess ELLs for special education.
Changing literacy education through culture-
Her passion for multicultural and urban education led her to apply to Texas A&M with a goal to understand how best to develop curriculum to not just impact students in New Orleans, but across the country.
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.
PATHS students learn communication through dance collaboration-
Over the past five years, students enrolled in the Post-Secondary Access and Training in Human Services certificate program and dance pedagogy classes have come together for a collaboration course called Communication Through Movement.
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