Leslie Grant, associate professor and associate dean for academic programs, has been elected president of ASCD, the global community of educators dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching and leading.
An interdisciplinary team of William & Mary faculty received more than $1 million from the National Science Foundation to place 33 STEM teachers in high-need school districts.
Elizabeth Auguste Ph.D. '18 received the Margaret, the Lady Thatcher Award for Scholarship, Character, and Service at the 2018 Diploma Ceremony at the School of Education
When Victor Tuazon came to W&M to pursue his Ph.D. in counselor education, he already had a strong and diverse background in counseling. Four years later, he will graduate on Saturday and begin a career as an assistant professor of counselor education at New Jersey City University (NJCU), leaving behind big shoes to fill at the New Leaf Clinic and within the counselor education program.
Graduation is the end of a journey of self-discovery for Anna Wong ’17, M.A.Ed. ’18 as she transitions from a student at the William & Mary School of Education to a full-time career in teaching.
An aspiration of helping underserved communities drives the research interests of two counseling students at the William & Mary School of Education who were recently selected as National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program Fellows.