Dean Kim Metcalf and the College of Education proudly congratulate our 2017 Spring Doctoral Graduates. Please join us for an evening reception honoring this momentous accomplishment for our 15 new graduates.
Three members of the Educational Policy and Leadership cohort have been recognized by the Heart of Education Awards for Clark County Teachers. Debra Huckins and Cory Garr were named finalists and Bonnie Lamping received the Las Vegas Review Journal People’s Choice Award, presented along with a 2,500 dollar prize to the four teachers who receive the most votes in an open contest.
Teachers can be nominated by anyone—students, parents, community members—for a Heart of Education award, and are recognized by how they’ve gone above and beyond to support students in their classrooms.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, along with the Rogers Foundation, launched the Heart of Education Awards with the goal of honoring, recruiting and retaining great educators in Southern Nevada. The awards seek to celebrate educators and what they have given to their students and our community.
An integration of volunteer experience, reflection, and research for our COE 102/202 students.
First and Second-Year Seminar Service Learning Poster Session
Description of Event
Students will be presenting the details of their Service Learning Project. Students will be engaging guests in discussion about their volunteer experience, personal reflection, and related research. Guests are encouraged to ask questions and visit with our students.
Time and Date
Monday, May 1st from 10:30am – 2:30pm
Carlson Education Building (CEB) – First Floor
All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend!