Cynthia Savage to Oversee Teacher Education and Assessment as Associate Dean
Professor Cynthia Savage’s role as associate dean of undergraduate studies has recently expanded. She now serves as the associate dean of teacher education, assessment and undergraduate studies in the College of Education at TCU.
Educational Leadership Students Join Prestigious National Network of Scholars
Two doctoral students in educational leadership, Cara Jones and Ebony Love, were accepted into the prestigious Barbara Jackson Scholars Network, part of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).
Marcella Stark Named Board President for National Organization
Marcella Stark, associate professor and coordinator of the counseling and human services program in the College of Education, was elected as president of the Solution Focused Brief Therapy Association’s (SFTBA) board.
Alumna Brings Trauma-Centered Approach to Elementary Education
Stephanie Huntsman ’17 has enjoyed a diverse career as an elementary educator in both Fort Worth and Arkansas. Recently, she taught at an award-winning charter school specifically designed to serve children who have experienced childhood trauma.
Jan Lacina Promoted to Senior Associate Dean in the College of Education
Professor Jan Lacina, Bezos Family Foundation Endowed Chair in Early Childhood Education, was recently promoted to Senior Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Studies and Strategic Partnerships in the College of Education at TCU.
COE Spotlight: Shay Nogic, Academic Advisor
Shay Nogic is the academic advisor for undergraduate students in the College of Education. Learn more about her background, advising philosophy and TCU experience.
Andrews Institute Awarded Cross-Discipline National Science Foundation Grant
A new grant will support TCU’s effort to determine how it has implicitly influenced the inequities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) departments.
Four New Scholars Appointed to National Program
The College of Education has named four new students in its Holmes Scholars program, part of a national network of students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds in pursuit of doctoral degrees.
COE Faculty to Use NSF Grant to Teach Learning Disabled Employable Skills
Drs. Michael Faggella-Luby and Curby Alexander were recently awarded a subcontract for Directed Analytics’ $256,000 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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