College of Education
The University of Utah’s new Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts and Education Complex was dedicated Thursday, Feb. 27, and was made possible by a leading $12.5 million donation from the Sorenson Legacy Foundation, the largest single donation in support of arts and education in university history.
It's Women's Week at the U!
This annual event focuses on issues related specifically to women professionally, socially, and personally. This year's theme is "What Matters."
Noon - Mentoring Matters: Honors College Creative Solutions Luncheon
7:30 - Voice Matters: To the Unknown Goddess: The Music, Poetry, and Paintings of Barbara Strozzi, Veronica Franco, and Artemisia Gentileschi
Please check the Women's Week web page for more information on these events!
The College of Education has moved to our new location!
The construction of the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts & Education Complex is now complete but for a few finishing touches. College of Education faculty and staff can now be reached in the Sorenson Arts & Education Complex. A very special thank you to the Sorenson Legacy Foundation and all of our donors for making this beautiful new home possible.
University of Utah
Barry L. Newbold
Dr. Barry L. Newbold was Superintendent of Schools for Jordan School District, a suburban district of nearly 50,000 students and over 4,500 employees located in the southwestern part of the Salt Lake valley. His over 34 years in education spanned a diverse spectrum including elementary teacher, reading and math specialist, principal, director of evaluation and program services as well as superintendent of schools. In addition, he has taught at the college and university level.
Click above to see the 2013 College of Education Convocation Video