Judith Herb College of Education

Archive for October, 2023

13 ABC: College Resources for Students Struggling After Pandemic

Dr. Mark Templin, a professor of science education in the Judith Herb College of Education, talks about how COVID-related online learning cost students hands-on learning experience.

JHCOE Professor, Dr. Dale Snauwaert, Makes International Impact

Photo of Dr. Dale Snauwaert, a professor in the Department of Educational Studies, outside on a mountain with a view of a city behind him.

Dr. Dale Snauwaert, a professor in the Department of Educational Studies, wrote his eight book titled “Teaching Peace as a Matter of Justice: Toward a Pedagogy of Moral Reasoning.”  His goal for the book is to inform both the theory and practice of moral reasoning concerning matters of justice.

Read more here https://news.utoledo.edu/index.php/10_27_2023/a-new-book-by-educational-studies-professor-makes-international-impact

Teaching Peace as a Matter of Justice book cover

Higher Education Program Hosts the 2023 Distinguished Speaker, Dr. J. Lee Johnson

Dr. J. Lee Johnson joined the Distinguished Leader Dialogue Series of the UT Higher Education Program (https://mailchi.mp/rockets/september-2023-newsletter) on October 17 to share his academic and professional experiences and achievements with the higher education community. Dr. Johnson is the Judith Herb College of Education Distinguished Alumnus of the Year (2023) and an alumnus of the PhD Higher Education program (’99). Some of his professional achievements include his positions as the senior vice president and treasurer at Siena Heights University, a peer reviewer and team chair for the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), and a board member of the UT Alumni Association and the UT Foundation. Dr. Johnson and his wife are the namesakes for the “Dr. J. Lee and Dr. Deborah A. Johnson Scholarship” that supports graduate students in higher education.


Dr. J. Lee Johnson is the 2023 distinguished speaker

Danielle Robinson Celebrates LGBTQA & History Month

Danielle Robinson, a middle childhood education student in the Judith Herb College of Education, poses with a rainbow flag in a photo shoot as part of UToledo’s celebration of LGBTQA and History Month.  The theme of the celebration was “Loving Your Queerness; Coming Out Day”.

Dr. Katherine Delaney Leads Meeting to Support Early Literacy

Dr. Katherine Delaney, Professor in the Judith Herb College of Education, helps secure the foundation for children across the state with a new project funded by $1.15 million from the Ohio Department of Education’s Office of Whole Child Supports.

For details click here.

Jenna Pittman Enjoys Best of Both Worlds

Jenna Pittman is a history and education major who is scheduled to graduate in May.  She has studied in Lueneburg, Germany from May to August 2023 through the US Studies Abroad Consortium at UToledo.

To read more click here.

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