UNC’s College of Education and Behavioral Sciences has a long history of excellence in professional preparation, research and global educational leadership. In 2007, the college won the prestigious Christa McAuliffe Award for Exemplary Programs in Teacher Education, one illustration of the standards of quality and innovation that are evident throughout its wide array of undergraduate, graduate, online and continuing education programs.
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Thursday, May 1st, 2014 Latina/o students’ experiences of success at UNC and beyond Presented by Latina/o UNC students. Brown Bag Session sponsored by the CEBS Diversity and Equity Committee. The purpose of this event is to provide an opportunity for faculty, student affairs professionals and staff to learn from the experiences of underrepresented Latina/o college students in a predominantly White campus and environment. We will discuss challenges these Latina/o students have encountered at UNC, how they have managed these and become successful academically and professionally. More Info
April 17, 2014 - Pulling from her experience in working with teachers from Central America and Pakistan, Dr. Madeline Milian will lead an interactive session examining the ways in which school, society, and environment affect students learning their second language while engaging attendees in thoughtful conversation. The event is scheduled for April 17, 2014, from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the Champions Room in the Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion at the UNC Campus in Greeley, CO. Registration is only $5 and can be found here: http://bit.ly/April2014CC. For more information on the event, please contact the UNC Alumni Association at 970-351-2551 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 14 and 15, 2014 College of Education and Behavioral Sciences Conference on Field Experiences
April 3, 2014 - Walking in Beauty: Challenges of Recruiting and Educating Native American Students in a Western Context, Harvey Rude, CEBS Diversity and Equity Committee Brown Bag Session, 12:00-1:00 pm
Nov 14 and 15, The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences welcomes to the UNC campus the following delegation from the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission:
- Dr. Fatima Alsulaim, Regional Director for Academic Affairs
- Dr. Mohamed Alabaishi, Office of University Affairs and Accreditations
- Imed Ben Chouikha, UNC Contact Academic Advisor.
Diversity and Equity Brown Bag Session will present Tobias Guzman and Jenna Finley from Enrollment Management & Student Access, who will give the following interactive presentation: Title: "It¹s complicated: Balancing Student Access and Success"
Oct. 31, 11:30 1:00 in McKee 008 (Special Education conference room)
EdTalk: Linda Barker, Director of Teaching and Learning at the Colorado Education Association
Educator Effectiveness: Putting the Pieces Together
Conversation concerning educator effectiveness and implementation of SB-191 which is of considerable importance to all involved in educator preparation.
September 25, 2013; 11:00-12:30 PM; University Center Ballroom
Please RSVP to Marsha Stewart (email@example.com)