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USF Pasco PDS Network Teacher Leader Academy celebrates fourth cohort of graduates from school-university program
Through a 5-year partnership between USF College of Education and Pasco County Schools, the Professional Development Schools (PDS) Network Teacher Leader Academy (TLA) program graduated their fourth cohort of teacher leaders.
May 1, 2023Community Engagement
As president of the University Council for Educational Administration, College of Education Professor William Black gave a presidential address titled "Leadership Beyond Ableism: Toward Collective Responsibility and Interdependence." Read more in the summer 2022 issue of UCEA Review.
July 8, 2022Faculty and Staff
Michelle Angelo-Rocha, a graduate student in the College of Education, was awarded the USF Golden Bull Award, one of the highest honors presented to deserving undergraduate and graduate students at the university.
April 25, 2022Student Life
USF College of Education to explore ‘Money, Politics and the Future of Public Education’ at Education in Action event
The USF College of Education will explore how money, politics and power impact public education during the 19th annual Education in Action event on Wednesday, Nov. 17.
October 21, 2021College of Education News
The USF College of Education has named Professor Vonzell Agosto, PhD, chair of the Department of Leadership, Policy and Lifelong Learning.
As a member of the CADREI Executive Committee, Dr. Rolle will help plan the Council’s annual meetings, review new membership applications and ensure that organization membership is valuable for participating institutions.
Assistant professor receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Kenya to study education leadership practices in diverse communities
University of South Florida Assistant Professor Jenifer Hartman received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Kenya for the 2021-22 school year.
May 26, 2021Faculty and Staff
USF Alumna LaShawn Frost entered the education profession after being inspired through volunteer work at a Sarasota County teen parent program. Since then, she's advanced her career into impactful leadership roles and serves as principal at Booker Middle School in Sarasota, Fla.
May 5, 2021Alumni and Friends
When she was 9-years-old, Maude Graham dreamed of replacing the lined-up teddy bears in her bedroom with her own classroom of students. Today, she’s an experienced third-grade reading teacher at Rosabelle W. Blake Academy and was honored as the 2021 Polk County Teacher of the Year—a recognition that’s reserved for only one out of 6,800 educators in the county’s school district.
April 14, 2021Student Life
Laura Meehan knew her passion for music and students with disabilities would guide her to make a meaningful difference. Driven to learn more about policy, Meehan took on leadership roles within her school and began working toward a PhD in Educational Leadership in USF's College of Education.
March 3, 2021Student Life
During her master's program at USF, Hillary Van Dyke's fascination with studying equity in schools grew and inspired her to pursue an unanticipated career direction—academic research and the creation of a not-for-profit organization that supports Black-owned businesses in the Tampa Bay community.
The David C. Anchin Center welcomes USF faculty members each year to participate in the Scholar-in-Residence Program. New this year, the Anchin Center’s STEM Fellows Program welcomes faculty to explore research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.