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College of Education

Departments of Ed Psych and Special Ed present
a seminar with:

Thomas R. Kratochwill, Ph.D.

Thomas Kratochwill

Single-Case Design Research, Technological Advances, & Implementation in Applied Settings
Friday, October 21, 2016
In case you missed it, see below for the presentation materials.

AM Session

PM Session


Dialogues in Teacher Education
Brown Bag Series

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
SAEC Boardroom 12:30 - 2:00

Our kickoff meeting will include a discussion of alternative routes to teacher licensure where we condider the work of Redding and Smith (2016).

For more information contact Mary Burbank

 Graduate Student
Professional Development

The IRB Application Process

Are you a member of a research team?
Will you be writing a thesis or dissertation?

This seminar will show you how to write an IRB application.

Presenter: Ann Johnson, Assoc. Director, IRB
Date: Friday, November 4th
Time: 2-3 PM
Location: SAEC Building, Room #3155

Sponsored by
EPPS Student Advisory Committee

Critical Issues Facing
Children & Adolescents
20th Anniversary

Nov. 3-4, 2016
Hilton Salt Lake City Center

Explore the critical behavioral health and addiction issues facing today’s youth and families hitting your daily practice. You won’t find another program like this in the intermountain west. Don’t miss out - Be among the first to experience new formats and amazing, nationally renowned experts in areas such as trauma, EMDR, autism and more!

founded by the U of U Neuropsychiatric Institute

Higher Education Seminar Series Brownbag
Dr. Jack Newell, Emeriti Professor in ELP

jack newell"America's Most Radical (and enduring) Experiment
in Undergraduate Education:

Writing the History and Leading the Charge At  Deep Springs College"

Monday, November 28th
11:30am to 12:30 pm
SAEC Room 3151
*refreshments will be provided

Author of:
"The Electric Edge of Academe:
The Saga of L.L. Nunn and Deep Springs College

Sponsored by Educational Leadership and Policy
Direct questions about this event to Marilynn Howard ( or 801-581-6714

University of Utah

connecting to you - Alumni, Emeriti, and Friends

L. Jackson Newell

L. Jackson Newell

Jack Newell is Professor Emeritus at the University of Utah and President Emeritus of Deep Springs College in California, where he served from 1995 to 2004. He continues to write and teach social ethics and educational leadership philosophy at the University of Utah, and American history in the Venture Program for adults seeking a second chance at the Horizonte Center in Salt Lake City. He also serves on the boards for the Utah Humanities Council, the Tanner Lectures on Human Values, the McMurrin Lectures, the Withrow Lectures, and the Virgin River Land Preservation Association.

2016 Convocation video

Click above to see the 2016 College of Education Convocation Video


Last Updated: 10/27/16