USF instructional technology program presents at Metaverse conference with Chinese, South Korean and Japanese universities
Sanghoon Park, associate professor of instructional technology at the USF College of Education, four current graduate students and a recent doctoral graduate presented their research at the seventh International Symposium on Education (ISE): Future Education for the Changing Societal Needs.
March 1, 2023Faculty and Staff
Student Spotlight: Haley Terrell
Haley Terrell is a USF College of Education senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She will graduate in the Spring of 2023.
February 28, 2023College of Education News
USF College of Education Alumni Society celebrates recent graduates and new teachers with Welcome to Teaching gift baskets
Dave Scanga, chair of the Alumni Society for the USF College of Education and Dean R. Anthony Rolle distributed Welcome to Teaching baskets full of classroom essentials, College of Education memorabilia and treats, such as chocolate and coffee, to alumni serving as first-time teachers across Tampa Bay.
February 28, 2023Alumni and Friends, Community Engagement
The School Mental Health Collaborative (SMHC), a new research center launches at the USF College of Education
The School Mental Health Collaborative center located on the Tampa campus, utilizes a prevention approach with a resilience and well-being focus to address the student mental health crisis.
February 24, 2023Centers and Institutes, Research
Dr. David Allsopp was honored with the 2023 Learning Disabilities Association of America award
Dr. David Allsopp, Professor of Special Education was selected by The Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA)’s executive committee and board of directors as the 2023 recipient of the LDA award. The LDA award if the highest honor given by the LDA in recognition of Dr. Allsopp’s leadership, support and dedication in the field of learning disabilities.
February 10, 2023Faculty and Staff
College of Education releases 2021-2022 annual report
From welcoming a new dean and students back for in-person activities across our three campuses to celebrating numerous gifts and awards in support of access and opportunity, the 2021-2022 academic year has been a memorable one for the College of Education. Read more in the latest edition of our annual report.