EndNote: Organize Your Literature Results, and Make Writing Your Reference List Relatively Painless
GILLHAM HALL 5300
October 13, 2016 7:00 pm
All JHCOE graduate students welcomed! Refreshments will be served.
Bring your laptop and learn to tame your piles of printouts, flash drives, and emailed search results with a powerful tool for collecting, organizing, and integrating your literature search into your thesis or dissertation.
For more information contact: Thomas Arwood, Carlson Research Librarian, at Thomas.Atwood@utoledo.edu
Mark your calendars for the series: October 13, November 10, 2016, January 12, February 9, and March 16, 2017
Sponsored by the graduate programs in Theory and Social Foundations of Education. Click here to visit program website.
in celebration of our 100th anniversary….
join us after the homecoming parade for the
JHCOE OPEN HOUSE
learn about our students, program, and degrees
Saturday October 15, 2016
Gillham Hall – UT main campus
Judith Herb College of Education Scholarship applications for the academic year 2017-2018 are now available. Applications are due no later than Thursday, December 15th. Please read the instructions carefully, complete the application in its entirety, and drop it off or mail it to the scholarship committee in the Student Services office in Gillham Hall room 3100, Mail Stop 914.
The application can also be obtained at the Judith Herb College of Education website. http://www.utoledo.edu/education/scholarships/
Thank you and good luck!
The Judith Herb College of Education and the Learning Enhancement Center are partnering to help Education students prepare for the Praxis Core Exam. We offer the following FREE workshops.
Please call 419-530-2176 to register for the workshop(s).
The full schedule is available. Click here.
Creating Your Research Profile & Developing Effective Search Strategies
Gillham Hall 5300
September 8, 2016 7:00 pm
All JHCOE graduate students welcome! Refreshments will be served.
Bring your laptop and connect to the educational information resources you need.
For more information contact Thomas Atwood, Carlson Research Librarian at Thomas.Atwood@utoledo.edu
Mark you calendar for the series: October 13, November 10, 2016, January 12, February 9, and March 16, 2017.
Sponsored by graduate program in Theory and Social Foundations of Education. Click here to visit program website.
Congratulations to Dr. Revathy Kumar (Professor Educational Psychology) who is part of the team being awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (OH-09) joined the National Science Foundation (NSF) to announce the award of $123,859 to The University of Toledo to “develop practical strategies for broadening the participation of African American students in engineering.” The project will conduct a comparative study of the factors affecting the success and pathways to engineering careers of underrepresented minority students at both The University of Toledo and Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University.
This project, entitled “Collaborative Research: Research Initiation: Factors Affecting Underrepresented Minority Student Success and Pathways to Engineering Careers at Majority and Minority Institutions,” is under the direction of the project’s principal investigator, Lesley Berhan, Associate Professor in the department of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering. Berhan is joined by Revathy Kumar, Professor of Educational Psychology, and Willie McKether, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, both co-principal investigators. Click here for additional information.
New for Fall 2016!
Peace Studies is an interdisciplinary academic minor concerned with in inquiry and scholarship regarding the reduction and elimination of violence and the establishment of the conditions for the possibility of peace and justice to flourish at all levels of human organization
For additional information, click here
Finding qualified teachers for children with emotional and behavior disorders (ED) has been a historic challenge for large school districts, including Toledo Public School (TPS). Because of the nature of the job, the supply of educators who are willing to teach students with emotional and behavior disorders does not meet the demand. Often times the open position is filled with substitute teachers. These individuals may have very limited experiences as teachers, or are licensed in another area (e.g., Early childhood education or middle grades education).
TPS and the Judith Herb College of Education (JHCOE) have work collaboratively to recruit a cohort of candidates who will become highly qualified educators who focus on effective teaching for students with emotional and behavior disorders. This partnership will be model on past partnerships between the two institutions (e.g., Urban Leaders Development Program [ULDP]). Courses for the cohort began June 20. Welcome new graduate students!
The Student Affair’s Committee of the Judith Herb College of Education is sponsoring a Recharging Station during exam week. Stop by for snacks and beverages to refuel for your exams.
Recharging Station – Exam Week
May 2-5, 2016
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
3rd Floor Gillham Hall
Teach Toledo is an initiative to recruit local students to pursue the Associate of Arts Degree with a focus on Urban Education in a community-based, supportive environment that involves them in P-12 classroom experience from day one of their program, and provides them with content skills and knowledge necessary to be effective, dedicated urban teachers.
For program information click here
We will be holding open house information sessions next week. This would be a great opportunity to come and find out about the program and do the admissions process (no cost, no commitment). Open houses are:
Tuesday, April 26, Mott Branch Library, 6:30-8 pm and
Wednesday, April 27, Jones Leadership Academy, 10 am-noon