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School of Education Calendar

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All Topics (January 9 through April 9)

Wednesday, January 15

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly

Tuesday, January 21

9:00 AM | Doctoral Hearing: Sarah Bea Satter

Wednesday, January 22

2:00 PM | Doctoral Hearing: Pattarasak Jivaketu

Friday, January 24

9:00 AM | How-To Integrate Service-Learning into the Common Core Curriculum

Tuesday, January 28

7:00 PM | SEDSG Meeting

Wednesday, January 29

5:00 PM | Reading & Writing Clinic "Table Talk Series"

Thursday, January 30

3:00 PM | Dissertation Hearing: Elizabeth Canfield

Monday, February 3

All Day | SED Career Week

Wednesday, February 5

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly

Monday, February 10

6:30 PM | "Someone Sang for Me": Film Screening and Discussion

Friday, February 21

5:30 PM | SED Junior Pinning

Monday, February 24

6:30 PM | Movie: "Bully"

Wednesday, February 26

1:00 PM | Doctoral Hearing: Steven H. Davidson

4:00 PM | Dissertation Hearing: Mary Elizabeth Matthews

Thursday, February 27

10:00 AM | Dissertation Hearing: Brad Peloquin

Tuesday, March 4

7:30 PM | SEDTalks: Educational Licensure

Wednesday, March 5

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly

Thursday, March 20

2:00 PM | Dissertation Hearing: Bernard J. Luger, III

Wednesday, March 26

5:00 PM | Reading & Writing Clinic "Table Talk Series"

Friday, March 28

All Day | Apply to One World Youth Project 2014-2015!

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.