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In the News 2013 | College of Education

In the News 2013

Counseling Clinic renovation enhances client, student experience -- A recently-completed, major renovation to the College of Education’s Counselor Education Training Clinic offers a safe and welcoming new space, both for the future counselors and counselor supervisors training there and for the clients they serve.

Education Research Symposium set for March 8 -- The UW College of Education Research Forum, an annual event highlighting scholarly activities by College of Education faculty and graduate students, is scheduled for Friday, March 8.

2013 Distinguished Alumna, Distinguished Former Faculty -- The College of Education community recognized two members of our extended community this spring at a luncheon honoring this year's recipients of the Distinguished Alumni and Distinguished Former Faculty Awards.

Harbour to chair national community college research organization -- Cliff Harbour, UW associate professor of professional studies, is the new president-elect of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC).

First Storer Scholars reflect on learning, teaching experience -- A summer of training and teaching in a district summer science school program launched the year for four College of Education students who were the inaugural Storer Scholars cohort.

Four top science ed majors named 2013 Storer Scholars -- Four aspiring science educators from the University of Wyoming will spend part of the summer developing skills and sharing knowledge with elementary-age children in Saratoga as this year’s Storer Scholars.

Photovoice exhibit shares immigrant story through the community's eyes -- A community photo project, entitled "Photovoice: Learning the Immigrant Story," is on display at Everyday Joe's Coffee Shop, at 144 S. Mason Street (Old Town), in Ft. Collins throughout the month of May.

WTEP, Partner School Districts celebrate 10th anniversary -- The Wyoming Teacher Education Program collaborates with school districts around the state to provide high quality field and student teaching experiences for preservice teacher candidates.

Undergraduate degrees, post-baccalaureate certificate completions -- Data analysis of degree completion over the past four years indicates growth among most areas, but a decline in Elementary K-6.

Teaching the Teachers -- The voice of a young girl breaks the silence inside Chelsey Lybeck’s classroom at Deming Elementary School in Cheyenne. “Miss Lybeck …,”

Chang part of long-term investment in College-Bound Latinas' academic success -- When 10 Latina high school students from Teton County visited Aurora Chang’s “Diversity and the Politics of Schooling” class last fall, no one could have predicted that what was expected to be a one-time interaction would lead to an ongoing relationship with one goal in mind: the girls’ academic success.

Biennial conference builds practitioner play therapy capacity -- More than 160 therapists, school counselors, social workers, early childhood educators, graduate students and others convened in Laramie this summer for the fifth biennial University of Wyoming Play Therapy Conference.

Kenyan water project changes lives - for village and UW/CC construction team -- Magic happened when water started flowing in the Hillside community, Kenya in the summer of 2013.

Student-created lessons address common science misconceptions -- What are some of the more common misconceptions about how the world works, and how can they be explained scientifically?

Three-year ITEST grant to explore culturally sensitive approaches to teaching computational thinking skills -- Can gaming and robotics be used to teach computational thinking skills to middle school students in culturally sensitive ways?

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