College of Education Events
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This talk by Russell Weinstein will cover local labor markets and human capital investments.
The College sponsors the Dean's Diversity Lecture Series to encourage introspection on timely issues of equity and diversity. These talks offer a space for productive dialogue about concerns such as perceived inequities, biases, and microaggressions that impact our campus community.
This webinar will provide information on seven learning progressions that set the foundation for children’s success in school and in life.
Join us for this moving film exploring the real cost of privatizing America's public schools followed by a panel discussion with College of Education faculty, Drs. William Trent, Rochelle Gutierrez, and Chris Higgins, and Urbana School Superintendent, Dr. Donald Owens; moderated by Dr. Lisa Monda-Amaya.
The group Rainbow Bookbag will host a screening of the PBS documentary "Growing Up Trans" on Dec. 12, 2017, at the College of Education.
Join this open house at the College of Education to see demos of class projects from the EPSY/INFO 590 class (Engaging and Interactive Educational Technologies), taught by Dr. H. Chad Lane. Try prototypes, talk to the inventors, and learn more about the interdisciplinary course.
James Scholar freshmen at the College of Education will present their first research projects to faculty, staff, and students at this event.