On Tuesday, November 13, a group of Special Education students, along with Interim Special Education Asisstant Professor - Dr. Leslie Loughmiller, manned an information table toget the word out about the opportunities surrounding the School of Education's newest major of Special Education EC-12.
Kim Abbott '10 was the first Noyce Scholar to graduate from St. Edward's University. She is currently teaching Algebra 1 at Aldine Ninth Grade School in the Houston area Aldine ISD.
Thoughts on Traveling and Teaching from Kim Abbott '10:
On Monday, September 24, 50 attendees were privileged to hear from four experts in the field of education as Career Services and the School of Education sponsored the Principals’ Panel in Mabee Ballroom. The four veteran educators, three principals and one assistant principal have over…
The School of Education is offering a new major in Special Education starting Fall 2012. Attend an information session to learn more about the new SPED major on Tuesday, Sept. 25 5:00-5:30 pm and 6:00-6:30 pm in Fleck 306 OR Wednesday, Sept. 26 5:00-5:30 or…
The School of Education congratulates Emily Kraus '11 and Lisa Raymond '12 for being two of only 33 Exceptional Teacher Candidates chosen from across Texas for the Quest for Quality Teacher Preparation in Texas awards!
The School of Education is hosting its Third Annual Back to School Social on Wednesday, August 29, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., (Fleck Hall Lawn.) We will have free pizza, Jim Jim's, games, door prizes and music from the Drew Fish Band!
Jeff Rasp received the Education Deans of Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas(EDICUT) Pre-Service Teacher of the Year Award. The award was presented to him during the Spring SOE Advisory Board Meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd. He currently teaches Social Studies and U.S.