Congratulations to the Fall 2018 Outstanding Graduates!
“I’ve always been passionate about working with people, especially with kids. Teaching is a powerful way to engage with kids, helping them to be better citizens of the world.”
School of Education faculty members Donna Cooner and Wendy Fothergill will moderate a free webinar, Supporting Novice Principals on the Job: Mentoring Support in Difficult Situations, on November 28.
Ann Sebald has been working with colleagues to address the rising teacher shortage in Colorado, and they’ve recently been awarded a grant from the Colorado Department of Education.
Get to know the new director of Colorado State University's School of Education, Susan C. Faircloth. In this Q&A, Faircloth shares how she hopes to impact educators through her work at CSU.
School of Education professor and young adult novelist Donna Cooner has a reputation for tackling relevant social issues faced by teens. Her new book, "Screenshot", is no exception.
Brittany Escamilla landed a job in Wyoming as a family and consumer sciences teacher and hopes to become an advocate by teaching a teen parenting class.
Darian Ortiz, an outstanding graduate, has faced many struggles. However, it is his personal challenges that have led him to the career he loves: teaching.
Assistant Professor Cerissa Stevenson received the 2017 Celebrate Literacy Award from the Colorado Council of the International Reading Association, in recognition of her significant impact through instruction, mentoring and research, and its positive influence on teacher candidates.
First-generation graduate Erin Bender credits her decision to become a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher to being in the right place at the right time. Now she looks forward to making an impact on high school students in Colorado Springs.