College News

Higher Education doctoral students attend ASHE research conference

ASHE

Higher Education Program faculty and graduate students at the 2013 ASHE Conference in St. Louis.

James Laney to serve as chair of Teacher Education and Administration

LaneyThe College of Education is pleased to announce that Dr. James ("Jim") Duke Laney has been named chair of the Department of Teacher Education and Administration.

Nancy Nelson named Meadows Chair for Excellence in Education

NelsonThe College of Education is pleased to announce that Dr. Nancy Nelson will now serve as the Meadows Chair for Excellence in Education after more than four years as chair of the Teacher Education and Administration department.

College welcomes Keturi Beatty as Senior Director of Development

BeattyThe College of Education is pleased to welcome Keturi Beatty (Keh-TUHR-ree BAY-tee) as Senior Director of Development. She joined us on January 6 and leads the Development & External Relations Office (DERO).

Mrs. Wishy Washy comes to life for local kindergarten students

wishywashyLeft to right: Michelle Stutes, Hollie Gray and Hollie Bancroft dressed as Mrs.

College alumni, faculty highlighted in Winter 2013 issue of The North Texan alumni magazine

 Keller

Jean M. Keller named a fellow by the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration

Beverly Bower serves as senior mentor for Research BootCamp

BowerBeverly Bower, the Don A. Buchholz Endowed Chair, Director of the Bill J.

Ron Wilhelm honored with reception, scholarship

WilhelmA scholarship fund has been created to honor Ron Wilhelm's years of commitment to UNT and the Kappa Delta Pi student organization. All members of the UNT community — faculty, staff, students and friends — can contribute to the fund.

Make your contribution to the Braswell Scholarship today

BraswellDear friends,

Superintendent Ray Braswell committed his career to education in this community, and we would like to honor his dedication by creating the Ray and Cydney Braswell Education Scholarship at UNT’s College of Education.

With this scholarship, future generations of leaders will be educated in his name, which is a perfect tribute to someone who gave so much of himself to education in our community.

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