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U College of Education Releases Report
on why Teachers Remain in the Profession
A study by the Utah Education Policy Center, UEPC, in the College of Education at the University of Utah, found that choosing to make a difference isn’t just a reason for becoming a teacher. As it turns out, teachers report that making a difference in the lives of children and young adults, and contributing to the greater social good are among the top factors in their decisions to remain a teacher. The convenience of the work schedule doesn’t hurt either.
“It thrilled us to learn that the desire to make a difference for children and contribute to the greater societal good were top reasons for entering and remaining in teaching,” said Diana Suddreth, director of teaching and learning for the Utah State Board of Education. “This gives us concrete evidence of the commitment of our teachers to children and to our society."
University of Utah Committment
A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHERE ALL THRIVE
Deans and administrators through the University of Utah campus issued this letter in mid-October to affirm their commitment to creating an inclusive environment where there is no tolerance for acts of racism or bias in any form.
Special Education receives top rankings from US News and College Choice
Congratulations to the Department of Special Education for being ranked 15th for their Online Licensure Program and 16th best Bachelor's of Science in Special Education.
Secondary Licensure Student Receives National and State Recognition
Ms. Sayro Paw was selected to present her research, "Immigration stress among refugees resettled in Utah" at the 2018 National Conference of Undergraduate Research.
How To Talk To Kids About Race
Karen Tao, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah, can help. Tao studies how children talk about and understand race and their other social identities. She has collaborated with elementary school teachers, students and parents in the Salt Lake School District to implement a classroom-based program focused on topics such as race and gender.
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2018 J. George Jones, Jr. and Velma Rife Jones Endowed Lecture
Sorenson Arts and Education Complex
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS, POSTDOCS, AND FACULTY:
Did you know that you have access to a wonderful online mentoring program to support you in your scholarship at no cost?
The College of Education has sponsored the University of Utah’s Institutional Membership for the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD). The NCFDD is a nationally-recognized, independent organization that provides online career development and mentoring. Our faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars now have access to a large variety of services and resources including webinars, multi-week courses, guest lectures, accountability writing buddy matches, discussion forums, and much more. The normal cost for individual NCFDD memberships would be $240/year for doctoral and post-doctoral scholars, and $480/year for faculty.
To register for your free NCFDD membership, click here!
Alumni, Emeriti, and Friends
Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. is a co-founder of the Center for Clinical Excellence - external link, an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavior health. He is one of a handful of "invited faculty" whose work, thinking, and research is featured at the prestigious "Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference."
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