We're deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Joan Dee, longtime Associate Dean at the School of Education and a beloved member of our community. In honor of her, we've posted this story from the 2011 issue of @SED, which helps explain how special Dean Dee was to our college.
A note from Dean David Chard welcoming alumni of Wheelock College and Boston University School of Education to their new community: BU Wheelock.
Tracing the common roots and interwoven histories of BU Wheelock’s founding schools.
Meet four BU Wheelock faculty members who are engaged in the teaching, research, and leadership work that defines our community.
Two BU Wheelock Undergrads—Angel Munoz (’19) and Sara O. Silva('19)—talk about what brought them to BU and where they plan on going next.
Patricia Cook’s degrees from Wheelock and BU have led her from the classroom to the boardroom.
Lesley Ryan Miller graduated from BU, and Alicia Carroll from Wheelock College—in the same year. Twenty years on, both are still motivated to make a difference in the classroom.
The merger of Boston University and Wheelock College will create a new school of education that will combine the doctoral programs and research capabilities of BU’s School of Education with the early childhood expertise of Wheelock’s School of Education, Child Life and Family Studies.
At the SED-based Center for Promise, researchers led by executive director and founder Jonathan F. Zaff are studying what it would take to get more students graduating on time.
Ours is a community dedicated to service and positive action. And the many programs and individuals who make this commitment possible could not do their work without the support of alumni like you.