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School of Education and Human Development

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Educational Administration & Human Resource Development


Dr. Khalil Dirani Appointed EAHR Department Head

Dr. Khalil Dirani Appointed EAHR Department Head

Dr. Khalil M. Dirani has been appointed the new head of our School’s Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development.

- by Travis Bowles
Voices of Impact 2024 Brings Research in Education and Human Development on Stage

Voices of Impact 2024 Brings Research in Education and Human Development on Stage

The School of Education and Human Development is proud to host its eighth annual Voices of Impact speaker series on February 27, as researchers will share their expertise and perspectives on issues impacting society.

- by Ruben Hidalgo
SEHD To Help Recognize Longtime Texas Education Advocate

SEHD To Help Recognize Longtime Texas Education Advocate

SEHD To Help Recognize Longtime Texas Education Advocate with Golden Deeds Award.

- by Travis Bowles
Aggie-led School District Receives National Blue Ribbon Award

Aggie-led School District Receives National Blue Ribbon Award

Former Texas A&M University student and adjunct faculty member Elisabeth Luevanos guides Milano Elementary School to National Blue Ribbon recognition as the district’s superintendent.

- by Travis Bowles

Educational Psychology


Former SEHD Student Furthers Bilingual Education in the Rio Grande Valley

Former SEHD Student Furthers Bilingual Education in the Rio Grande Valley

Dr. J. Joy Esquierdo, a graduate of our Bilingual Education Ph.D. program, was elected the interim Vice Provost for B3HSI integrations at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

- by Travis Bowles
Two Professors Named to Prestigious Science Fellowship

Two Professors Named to Prestigious Science Fellowship

Drs. Joanne Olson and Jeffrey Liew were elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for their contributions to the advancement of their respective fields of research.

- by Travis Bowles
CDD Highlights Disability Resources for Brazos Valley Families

CDD Highlights Disability Resources for Brazos Valley Families

The Center on Disability and Development (CDD) hosted the annual Bravos Valley Disability Conference and Resource Fair, providing families with access to disability-related services, presentations, resources and community organizations.

- by Travis Bowles
Texas A&M Children’s Centers Enhance Commitment to Serving Families

Texas A&M Children’s Centers Enhance Commitment to Serving Families

Texas A&M University is positioning the Becky Gates Children’s Center and Charlotte Sharp Children’s Center within the School of Education and Human Development.

- by Ruben Hidalgo

Kinesiology & Sport Management


KNSM Student Manages Goals On and Off the Pitch

KNSM Student Manages Goals On and Off the Pitch

Hart Ray ‘24, a recent graduate of our Sport Management program worked as a student manager for the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Women’s Soccer Team.

- by Travis Bowles
Tennis Star Leading On and Off the Court

Tennis Star Leading On and Off the Court

Sport Management Student Mary Stoiana ’25 is applying classroom lessons on the tennis courts and leading team to new heights.

- by Travis Bowles
Meet KNSM’s New Faculty

Meet KNSM’s New Faculty

Meet the new faculty members of SEHD’s Department of Kinesiology & Sport Management.

- by Ruben Hidalgo
Dr. James Carson Named New Huffines Institute Director

Dr. James Carson Named New Huffines Institute Director

Dr. James Carson will assume the role of Professor and new Director of the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance.

- by Ruben Hidalgo

Teaching, Learning & Culture


Honoring Former Student’s Legacy

Honoring Former Student’s Legacy

The School of Education and Human Development dedicated a tree and bench honoring the memory and legacy of former educator Margo K. Dailey.

- by Ruben Hidalgo
NASA Recognizes Former Student’s Support of Underrepresented Groups

NASA Recognizes Former Student’s Support of Underrepresented Groups

Former graduate student Dr. Austin Mardon ’90 has been honored with NASA’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) Medal.

- by Ruben Hidalgo
Former Graduate Student Competes for America’s Favorite Teacher Title

Former Graduate Student Competes for America’s Favorite Teacher Title

Aggie graduate Joyce Welch is competing for the title of America’s Favorite Teacher.

- by Travis Bowles
Aggie Teacher’s Approach to Literacy Inspires Fellow Educators

Aggie Teacher’s Approach to Literacy Inspires Fellow Educators

Former student Abby Ramos Stanutz ’05 transforms literacy education at Longfellow Middle School in San Antonio and shares her effective teaching methods with teachers nationwide.

- by Julieanna Diaz

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