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The RISE Caribbean Educational Research Conference was co-hosted last week from May 30 – June 1, by the University of South Florida and the University of the West Indies Cave Hill at the USF College of Education Tampa campus and the Patel Center for Global Solutions. Researchers from the Caribbean, across the U.S., as well as faculty from the USF College of Education presented on the topic of Building Solidarity Across Educational Communities: Cultivating Spaces Where Students Thrive.
Two University of South Florida (USF) College of Education faculty members were selected to receive the 2022-2023 Margaret Burlington Tritle Excellence in Teaching Faculty Award, an annual award presented to college faculty members who demonstrate exemplary teaching.
May 25, 2023Faculty and Staff
Associate professor develops motivational chatbot and digital Candyland-like maze to ensure student success
Sanghoon Park will be recognized by the State University System of Florida for his efforts to provide students with an engaging learning environment while teaching them how to develop creative ways to empower and prepare future students in their own digital courses.
U.S. Department of Education awards USF researchers $8 million to enhance school-based mental health programs
Two separate projects led by faculty in the USF College of Education and College of Behavioral and Community Sciences are being funded by a combined $8 million from the U.S. Department of Education to address mental health in Tampa Bay K-12 students.
USF College of Education associate professor is honored with 2023 USF Innovation in Online Design and Teaching Award
The University of South Florida (USF) College of Education, on behalf of Innovative Education, announces associate professor Sanghoon Park as the recipient of the 2023 USF Innovation in Online Design and Teaching Award.
April 27, 2023Faculty and Staff
College of Education welcomes David Scanga as new Director of the Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching
The USF College of Education welcomes David Scanga, Ed.D. as the new director of the David C. Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching.
The University of South Florida (USF) College of Education is proud to announce that several of the college’s professors are recipients of USF internal grant awards: assistant professor Mandie Dunn, associate professor John Liontas, assistant professor Alexandra Panos and associate professor Charles Vanover.
University of South Florida professors Lindsay Persohn, Helen Robinson and Heather Agazzi were recognized at the Women in Leadership and Philanthropy (WLP) awards dinner for their research and impact on women in local, national and international communities.
April 19, 2023Faculty and Staff
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
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
Dr. Joyce Burick Swarzman was known for her passion, excitement and love of teaching. On Tuesday, Jan. 17 at the age of 75, Dr. Swarzman passed away, but she will always be remembered for her amazing spirit.
The Library of Congress has awarded USF College of Education professors continuation funding to expand the training and research activities that strengthen the skills of early childhood teachers to support preschoolers’ exploratory learning and play-based inquiry using community-based historical photographs.