All Topics (October 5 through January 2)

Sunday, October 6

All Day | Fall Open House

Thursday, October 17

10:00 AM | Doctoral Hearing: Qin Wang

10:30 AM | Fall Career Expo

12:00 PM | Works in Progress Forum

Friday, October 18

3:00 PM | SED Inaugural Parent's Council Meeting

4:00 PM | Parents Weekend Reception

Wednesday, October 30

10:30 AM | Doctoral Hearing: Lynn Coleman

Thursday, October 31

5:00 PM | “Techniques for Promoting Active Student Engagement in the Classroom”

Wednesday, November 6

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly

Tuesday, November 12

1:00 PM | Doctoral Hearing: Jennifer Rabold

Thursday, November 14

7:00 PM | Special Education Speaker Series The Case Against Restraint & Seclusion

Friday, November 15

4:30 PM | Doctoral Hearing: Sherri Sklarwitz

Sunday, November 17

8:00 AM | Students For Education Reform State Summit

Tuesday, November 19

7:00 PM | Sport System ReDesign Poster Session

7:30 PM | SEDTalk: Courtney LaPorte

Wednesday, November 20

2:00 PM | Doctoral Hearing: Mary Lou Guthrie McDonough

Wednesday, December 4

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly

Saturday, December 7

12:00 PM | Feast of Nations 2013

Monday, December 9

11:00 AM | Doctoral Hearing: Vanessa LoVerme Akhtar

Tuesday, December 10

7:00 PM | SEDSG's Winter Wonderland Party!

Undergraduate Students

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Graduate Students

Talented graduate students from around the world prepare to become teachers, counselors, administrators, and more in as little as one year at the School of Education. Our students engage in diverse aspects of education both in the classroom and the field.