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EMU alumna Michele Anderson, named National Teacher of the Year, uses real-life experiences to help students make historical connections

March 18, 2015

EMU alumna Michele Anderson, was recently named the 2014 National History Teacher of the Year by HISTORY® and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. She was selected for the National History Teacher of the Year Award from more than 1,000 nationwide nominees. She received $10,000 and attended a ceremony in her honor in New York City in Dec. 2014. Read the article

Headlines from the Winter 2015 COE Newsletter

March 17, 2015

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Seena Skelton, educator and supporter of equity and civil rights in public schools, will speak at Eastern Michigan University

March 3, 2015

Seena Skelton has spent the better part of her life advocating for equity within the public school system, with a particular interest in improving the educational outcomes of traditionally marginalized and underserved students. Read the article

National scholar leads project at Eastern Michigan University aimed at improving college experience for black males

February 24, 2015

Jerlando Jackson, an internationally renowned researcher on workforce diversity and discrimination in higher education, is helping lead an extensive project at the Eastern Michigan University aimed at understanding and improving the experience of Black males on campus. Read the article

Eastern Michigan University names Michael Sayler as new dean of the College of Education

February 19, 2015

Michael Sayler, senior associate dean of the College of Education at the University of North Texas, has been named the dean of the College of Education at Eastern Michigan University. Read the article

EMU College of Education senior to boldly go where few black men have gone before

February 10, 2015

Brandon Britt, a senior in Eastern Michigan University's College of Education, is preparing to go where few black men have gone before—into the field of education. "Black male teachers are greatly needed because they're so underrepresented," says Britt, on track to receive a bachelor's in elementary education with an emphasis on mathematics. Read the article

EMU researcher awarded $1.5 million grant to help teachers integrate GIS applications into classrooms, strengthen students' skills in science, technology, engineering and math

January 28, 2015

The project has an important research component, led by co-director David Anderson, a professor of leadership and counseling in EMU's College of Education, to study the motivations and problems of integrating GIS/T into science and social studies classrooms. Read the article

Final four candidates for EMU College of Education Dean position announced

January 27, 2015

The College of Education Dean Search Committee has recommended four candidates for on-campus interviews. Those candidates are: Phyliss Metcalf-Turner, Michael Sayler, Shawn Quilter and Charles Howell. For open forum schedules and curriculum vitae, read the news release.

Application deadline for educational studies doctoral program extended to January 23

January 9, 2015

The application deadline for the educational studies doctoral program has been extended to January 23, 2015 at 5 p.m. EST. To apply, visit the program website.

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