Update: View more photos, read or listen to the interview by KERA News's Stella Chavez at http://education.kera.org/teachers-exchange-classrooms-a-continent-away/
Rep. Alonzo (center) with the scholarship recipients
The fifth Jalisco-Texas Conference in Education and Culture — Intercultural Connections across Borders: Issues and Initiatives — will be held March 25-27 in Guadalajara, Mexico, at the Benemérita y Centenaria Normal de Jalisco.
The conference is co-hosted by UNT's College of Education and Jalisco's Secretariat of Education, which oversees a large educational system of more than 2.2 million students.
Experts from across the country will discuss best practices for preventing sexual violence on campus, legal decision making, issues related to student debt and other topics at the 18th annual Texas Higher Education Law Conference at the University of North Texas.
While pursuing a master's degree in Ohio, recent College of Education graduate Sam Parker ('13) leads PLAY SOCCER Appalachia (PSA), an after school program that focuses on health, social and soccer skills for elementary age children in underserved Appalachia areas.
Originally published by the UNT Health Science Center:
A novel approach to improving diversity in the field of physical therapy is proving successful at the UNT Health Science Center.
Hosted by Dr. Terry Crane ('75, '79) and Dr. Cathy Bryce ('91)
You and your guest are invited to reunite with old friends, make new ones, and catch up on the latest college news
With special guests: Drs. Robert Bane, Frank Halstead, Mary Harris, Ron Newsom, Richard Simms, Howard Smith and Frances van Tassel
Dr. Colleen Eddy, associate professor of teacher education and administration, has been named director of the Office of Teacher Preparation and assistant department chair of Initial Certification Programs in UNT's College of Education.