COLLEGE OF EDUCATION | June 2018
 
 

EXPLORING THE
LEGACY & FUTURE
OF MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

 
 
 
Some of the nation's leading scholars of multicultural education shared their work and discussed how to advance educational justice during a UW College of Education symposium.
 
 
 
Facebook Live chat with James Mazza
 

Facebook Live chat explores youth suicide and mental health

 

Professor James Mazza answered questions about youth suicide, mental health issues, the role of educators and "13 Reasons Why."

 
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STEM education projects showcased in NSF event

 

UW projects expanding access to high-quality STEM learning in the Puget Sound area were featured during the 2018 NSF STEM for All Video Showcase.

 
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Karin Frey presents EDU Talk
 

Video Spotlight: Faculty talks explore teen superheroes and more

 

From how teenagers help friends experiencing bullying to supporting parents in nurturing the social-emotional development of their children, UW College of Education faculty recently shared their work during an EDU Talks event.

 
 
 
Tleena Ives
 

Shaping the future of Native education

 

Tleena Ives grew up immersed in the language and culture of her Native people, the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe—knowledge gleaned from her extended family and her early education.

 
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Mural highlights promise of Indigenous education

 

A new mural created for the College of Education highlights the stories, knowledge and pedagogies of Native communities. 

 
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Newsmakers

 

Ilene Schwartz on inclusive education | Holly Schindler on support for dads | UW online early education degree ranked #1 | Ed Taylor discusses help for students in graduating on time | Robert Keener on project-based learning | 'Meaningful Makeover' brings reality-TV spin to early learning

 
 
 
 

COMING UP

 

View the College calendar for more upcoming events

 
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Commencement 2018

 

Celebrate the College of Education's Class of 2018 in person or via live webstream.
June 5 - 7 p.m.
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EduDesign Lab Summer Institute

 

Elementary teachers will work together to improve their practice. Applications due June 8.
July 16-18 - Hawthorne Elementary (Seattle)
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Summer PD in Gifted Education

 

UW's Robinson Center will offer workshops for educators, administrators and parents.
July, multiple dates
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Student News

 

Through an internship at Alaska Airlines, Kimberly Boudreau (Education, Communities & Organizations) put her passion for adult learning into action. READ MORE

As a high school student, Diana Aguilar (Early Childhood & Family Studies) often acted as a mediator for Spanish-speaking parents. Now, she's looking to lead education policy locally and beyond. READ MORE

 
 

Alumni News

 

Déana Scipio (MEd '09, PhD '15) has been named incoming director of the Graduate Program in Education for Environment and Community at IslandWood, offered in partnership with UW College of Education. READ MORE

Diana Hess (PhD '98), a scholar renowned for her work advancing civic education, has received the University of Washington College of Education’s 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award. READ MORE

 
 

Around the College

 

Educators shared and discussed the latest in early learning degree programs and professional development to strengthen the early learning workforce during a recent EarlyEdU Alliance institute. READ MORE

Facebook Live chats explore intersections of learning, place and technology | Headricks Taylor named Spencer Fellow | New paper explores Indigenous making and sharing | In sympathy: Former professor Ellis Evans | CEL’s Patty Maxfield to present at AWSP/WASA Summer Conference | College of Education community represented in UW Awards of Excellence | Center for Leadership in Athletics faculty co-author essay on women in sports | New paper on community technology mapping | Postdocs nominated for UW mentoring award | Faculty receive new grants. READ MORE

 
 
 

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