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PATH: PATHWAYS FOR AMERICAN INDIANS THROUGH HIGHER EDUCATION (PATHs)

Leadership

Maria FranquizMaría E. Fránquiz
Dean
Professor
Education, Culture and Society
801-581-8221
maria.franquiz@utah.edu
Donna DeyhleDonna Deyhle
Professor
Education, Culture and Society
801-581-7814
donna.deyhle@utah.edu
Andrea RorrerAndrea Rorrer
Associate Dean for Research

Professor
Educational Leadership & Policy

Director,
Utah Education Policy Center
801-581-4207
andrea.rorrer@utah.edu

Mary BurbankMary Burbank
Assistant Dean for Teacher Education
Career Line Professor,
Director, Urban Institute for Teacher Education
801-581-6074
mary.burbank@utah.edu
Rose YazzieRose Yazzie
Elementary Teacher
U of U Graduate

 

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Highlighting our Graduates!

 

Funston WhitemanDr. Funston Whiteman is a 2006 Graduate of the Secondary Licensure program through the College of Education. Dr. Whiteman was a history teaching major and has since completed a master's degree and doctorate at the University of Oklahoma.

His Dissertation is entitled:

An Examination of the Relationship Between Academic Achievment and Supplemental Federal Revenue as it Relates to American Indian Students in a Public School District


Mission

The College of Education at the University of Utah is dedicated to creating pathways for American Indians that lead to educational excellence in a variety of education fields. Four departments and the Urban Institute for Teacher Education, offer preparation for teachers, leaders, counselors, and educational researchers.

The Urban Institute for Teacher Education (UITE) prepares educators to serve urban students and educational communities in all their rich diversity. The department of Education, Culture and Society is one of the top social foundation programs in the country. It is committed to the study and pursuit of social justice in education. The department of Education Leadership and Policy prepares researchers, leaders, and policy makers in PK-20 settings. The department of Educational Psychology emphasizes the application of behavioral sciences to education and psychological processes. The department of Special Education prepares special education teacher candidates and general teacher candidates to work with people with disabilities.

 

Last Updated: 6/20/17