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The purpose of the College of Education (COE) Ambassador Program is to promote and represent the College of Education and the University by assisting the COE Recruiter with outreach, working with the COE development office, and providing leadership and support for all education majors.

CHE doctoral students receive honors

Two doctoral students in the UNT College of Education's Counseling and Higher Education department recently earned prestigious honors from separate professional organizations.

In Higher Education, Nicholas Fuselier, a member of the American College Personnel Association, has won the ACPA Annuit Coeptis Award – Emerging Professional.

COE Counseling faculty member wins national award

By Raquel Talamantes


Angie Wilson
, assistant professor of counseling in the UNT College of Education’s Counseling and Higher Education department, has won the Robert H. Rencken Emerging Professional Leader Award from the American Counseling Association.

COE faculty member aids in rare study on terrorism

In the early hours of April 2, 2015, terrorists in Kenya launched an attack on a university full of students. Hours later, 147 people, mostly from Garissa University College, were dead. Traumatic incidents of this type and survivor resiliency have been widely studied in the West.

UNT Counseling program ranked in top 10 by GraduatePrograms.com

By Raquel Talamantes

The UNT College of Education’s graduate counseling program has gathered a prestigious title, earning a top-10 nationwide ranking from GraduatePrograms.com.

GraduatePrograms.com uses methodology based on National Center for Education Statistics data and student reviews from the specific school or major. At least five students associated with the major must send in feedback about the program in order for the institution to be eligible for the Top Programs List.

Education doctoral student wins national dissertation fellowship

University of North Texas doctoral student Nydia Sánchez has won the prestigious National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year. Sánchez was one of 35 winners out of a pool of nearly 400 applicants and is the first UNT student to win the award.

UNT's Priest Center selected for elite forum

The UNT Bill J. Priest Center for Community College Education was one of 12 community college leadership programs selected by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) to participate in its Dialogue on Doctoral Programs held June 16-17 in Washington, D.C.

Higher Ed doctoral student wins prestigious fellowship

Nydia Sanchez, a doctoral candidate in the College of Education's Higher Education program, was recently awarded the National Academy of Education Spencer Dissertation Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year. According to James Duban, UNT associate dean for research and national scholarships, Sanchez is the first UNT student to win a Spencer fellowship directly from the National Academy of Education.

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