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Degrees & Programs
A Tradition of Kindness
Susan Johnston, Special Education professor, created the book “The Gnome in Your Home – A Tradition of Kindness”, an illustrated children’s book created to help teach children how to establish a tradition of doing small acts of kindness.
4:35pm - 7:35pm
Navajo (Diné) Culture and Tradition | Open Class |Indigenous Languages Encounter
Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION)
5pm - 6pm
Nahuatl 1020 | Open Class | Indigenous Languages Encounter
Language & Communication Bldg (LNCO)
5:30pm - 7:30pm
51st Annual William H. Leary Lecture - The Legitimacy of Policing and Citizenship
College of Law - S. J. Quinney (LAW)
12:30pm - 1:45pm
Indigenous Peoples | Open Class | Indigenous Languages Encounter
Humanities Building - Carolyn Tanner Irish (CTIHB)
Alumni, Emeriti, and Friends
Betsy VanDenBerghe became a member of the College of Education's Advancement Board in 2012. Her interest in education began of necessity when her Master's degree scholarship entailed an English composition teaching position with little pedagogical training and two years of autodidactic attempts to help flailing student writers improve.
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