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Jo Hendrickson Scholarship Fund Created In Honor of UI REACH Executive Director (Nov 17, 2014)

Dr. Jo Hendrickson of the University of Iowa College of Education is being honored for her pioneering leadership on behalf of students with intellectual disabilities. The Jo Hendrickson Scholarship Fund for UI REACH students was announced October 30 at the UI REACH Advisory Board meeting in Iowa City.

Providing better futures for Iowans (Nov 11, 2014)

Three University of Iowa College of Education leaders have received Better Futures for Iowans grants to support projects in dentistry, disability, and world language education.

CEA presents at the annual American Evaluation Association Conference (Oct 18, 2014)

The Center for Evaluation and Assessment presented research on teacher professional development and STEM initiatives at the 2014 AEA conference in Denver, Colorado.

Spotlight on Public Engagement: William Ming Liu (Sep 23, 2014)

Professor William Ming Liu’s portrait of a publicly engaged scholar is the first in a series sponsored by the College’s Strategic Planning Team 4 (Better Future for Iowans).

A class(room) of its own (Sep 21, 2014)

A new classroom in the University of Iowa College of Education’s Lindquist Center will change the way students learn and teachers teach. Room N105 is a newly constructed learning space designed to support technologically fortified, collaborative, problem-solving learning strategies.

Grant Connection - September 2014 (Sep 09, 2014)

Welcome new and returning students! Grant Connection is an e-newsletter that keeps students updated on the latest funding opportunities, events, and resources.

Student Research Feature: Erica Kaldenberg (Sep 09, 2014)

The goal of Erica's research is to better understand why students struggle with writing and how to better help student improve their writing.

Background TV can be bad for kids (Jul 21, 2014)

Leaving the television on can be detrimental to children's learning and development, according to a new study from Associate Professor Deborah Linebarger and other UI researchers.

Bright young students experiment with life as scientists (Jul 21, 2014)

Nearly 40 students from as far away as South Korea and as close as Iowa City participated in SSTP this summer.

Advocating for early literacy (Jul 01, 2014)

The College of Education's chapter of the Student Iowa School Counselor Association (SISCA) worked with community partners to raise money toward purchasing books for preschoolers affiliated with the Neighborhood Centers of Johnson County.