CenturyLink Presents: Teachers and Technology Competitive Mini-Grants
Innovate+Educate and the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of our “Teachers and Technology” competitive grant program for teachers who demonstrate an innovative use of technology with students.
NMSU faculty receives national accolades at 2013 Spring Convocation
The annual Roush award recognizes NMSU faculty for teaching excellence. The College of Education was represented with an award to Youkyung Bae, assistant professor in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders.
- Dr. Elsa Arroyos recently began her tenure as President of the New Mexico Association of School Psychologists
MSUE Visit November 17, 2012
The College of Education will host Mongolian State University of Education (MSUE) Delegation, Novemeber 12-17, 2012.
- The Pan American Dance Institute of New Mexico State University Presents its Literacy Through Movement Program to the Public
Master's program accepting applications
The Department of Educational Management & Development (EMD) is now accepting application to its Master of Arts in Educational Administration program. The degree focuses on community college and university administration. This program offers online course instruction in both asynchronous and synchronous modalities. Application materials must be received by the deadline of Dec. 1.
Educational Leadership Doctoral Program applications now being accepted
The Department of Educational Management & Development (EMD) in the College of Education is now accepting applications to its Educational Leadership Doctoral Program until Jan. 15, 2013. The program offers both the Ed.D. and Ph.D. degrees. The program uses a hybrid distance education and face-to-face instruction model and focuses on social justice and border education issues.
- Join us for an evening of Flamenco and Spanish Dance. Ole Espana, at the Rio Grande Theater Oct. 19 & 20
- The New Mexico-Preparing Autism Spectrum Specialists (NM-PASS) project at NMSU is recruiting students for Cohort 3
- Cronin and Kinzer achievements were celebrated today at New Mexico State University’s fall convocation ceremony.
STEM majors interested in teaching may apply for scholarship
An orientation will be held at 2:30 p.m. July 24, in O'Donnell Hall Room 143
- Brenda Porter, a graduate of the College of Education creates an endowed scholarship in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
- EMD will accept applications to its Educational Leadership Doctoral Program from Oct. 1 until Jan. 15, 2013
College of Education 2012 newsletter delivered to alumni and friends
The issue spotlights current research, international outreach, and departments and faculty highlights. If you did not receive a copy, please contact Adelina Rodríguez at firstname.lastname@example.org to update your mailing address.
Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Center 50th Anniversary Celebration May 4th, 5-8PM
Listen to Fred Martino interview Marlene Salas-Provance of the New Mexico State University Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders. They discuss the 50th Anniversary of the Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Center at NMSU.
- Please join us for a social to celebrate the opening of New Mexico State University Community Mental Health and Wellness Clinic on Monday April 16th
- The Children's Reading Foundation of Dona Ana County will be having a Bookfair on: Saturday, April 14th
APA article by Elaine S. LeVine, PhD, ABMP, NMSU
New Mexico State University, in conjunction with the Netherlands Institute of Psychology, will begin a new iteration of psychopharmacology classes to train prescribing psychologists.
The French Award - $5,000 annual award for innovative teaching in secondary education open to all current secondary educators in New Mexico!
NMSU dance majors and minors will present "Reflections," a concert of original choreography at Onate High School, Feb. 11 and 12
2nd Annual New Beginnings 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk
NMSU Kinesiology Club Presents: 2nd Annual New Beginnings 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk January 29, 2012
- The W. K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded a three-year, $345,090 grant to The Bridge of Southern New Mexico to advance its work to build strong pathways that increase high school graduation rates and prepare a strong workforce for Dona Ana County.
2012 Faculty Mini-grants for Research
Requests for Proposals for COE Untenured (tenure track) Faculty Internal Research Funding (mini-grants)
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