The School of Education developed a mini-grant program designed to award travel funds to doctoral and master’s students in any major within the school who are financially unable to attend conferences otherwise. Marina Martin, a student in the school’s Student Affairs in Higher Education master’s degree program, was awarded the funds for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference.
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The School of Education’s Student Affairs in Higher Education program at Colorado State University is celebrating its 50th year as a graduate program. Celebrations are set for July 7-9, 2017, and will take place on campus at CSU.
Donna Cooner, a professor in the School of Education’s Center for Educator Preparation at Colorado State University, is celebrating the release of her newest young adult novel, Worthy. The novel explores the impact of a popularity app on a high school student and her peers.
School of Education alumnus Tim Rymel’s path as an adult educator and trainer is rooted in his early career as an ordained minister, followed by years as an outreach director for a religious ministry.
Recently, the Colorado School Counseling Association named Cassie Poncelow, an alumna of the School of Education’s Counseling and Career Development specialization, the “2016 Colorado Counselor of the Year”, honoring the Poudre High School counselor’s innovation and constant striving for improvement in her field.
The Association for Counselor Education and Supervision recently presented the ACES Research in Counselor Education and Supervision Award to a research team including Jessica Gonzalez, an assistant professor in the School of Education’s Counseling and Career Development specialization at Colorado State University.
An International Presidential Fellow at Colorado State University, Józsa comes from Hungary, where he is an associate professor and deputy head of the Institute of Education at the University of Szeged.
On Dec. 15, the School of Education’s Center for Educator Preparation at Colorado State University and Poudre School District co-hosted a professional development workshop focused on the importance and implementation of co-teaching in the classroom.
Two School of Education faculty members were recently awarded Senior Teaching Appointments in recognition of their excellent leadership, teaching, service, and scholarship in the field of education at Colorado State University.
Holly Martin’s student-teaching semester last fall was probably more intense than that of her fellow teacher candidates in CSU’s School of Education.