In early December, the School of Education celebrated scholarship donors and the students who benefit from their generosity at the annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony.
2016 News Stories
The fellowship from the National Board for Certified Counselors will help Branch pursue research on the utilization of positive psychology in offender counseling.
The School of Education's STEM Education Alliance was recently awarded a $500,000 grant to continue supporting students of military connected families in the Virginia Beach school system.
At the annual meeting of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) in Boston last week, Kara Miller M.Ed. ’03 was installed as the new president of the organization's board of directors.
The W&M School of Education hosted a number of Virginia’s education leaders this week to discuss the future of education in the state and see two groundbreaking programs firsthand.
A new speaker series focused on the intersection of research and practice in education will launch on Dec. 8 with a talk by Betsy Talbott of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Students and faculty, along with community members, heard from two prominent Irish educators about how Ireland is responding to rapid demographic and economic changes with innovations in teacher education.
W&M professor KH Kim’s latest book The Creativity Challenge: How We Can Recapture American Innovation may provide the antidote for the nationwide epidemic of declining creativity.
A new high school curriculum co-designed by W&M education professors kicks off this week at Warhill High School.
Jiajia Chen '18 and Debbie Ramer, an instructor in special education at the William & Mary School of Education, will receive the 2016 President’s Awards for Service to the Community.
Education professor Jeremy Stoddard recently developed a program designed to teach high school kids about political issues and campaigns.
The provost's Creative Adaptation Fund is awarded annually to faculty members pursuing innovative projects that improve the quality of educational programs by reducing costs or generating new revenues.
W&M Assistant Professor of Education Meredith Kier created E-Communities as a way to build partnerships between engineering professionals and teachers.
A screening of a film on innovation in K-12 education, Most Likely to Succeed, recently took place as an initiative between the Center for Innovation in Learning Design and the Williamsburg-James City County School district in preparation for the unveiling of their new partnership.
Keosha Branch, Brian Kooyman, Clay Martin and Becky Sheffield, all first and second year Ph.D. students, recently took home top honors in the American Counseling Association’s annual Graduate Student Ethics Competition.
The New Horizons and Family Counseling Center has a two-fold mission of offering valuable supervised training to students while extending important services to the community.
E-Communities is a three-year ITEST grant awarded by National Science Foundation to Dr. Deena Khalil at Howard University’s School of Education and Dr. Meredith Kier at the College of William and Mary’s School of Education.
The 8th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy (CHEP) served as an opportunity for presenters from William and Mary to showcase the latest pedagogical research and instructional practices that promote student learning and improve the quality of higher education.
Makerspace, a place where individuals can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials such as 3D printers was taught at its second event this year.
The State of Higher Education: How Three States are Approaching Higher Education Policy was the subject of a Higher Ed Salon hosted by the Higher Education Program.
The fifth and most recent edition of their top-selling text, Career Development Interventions, by Dr. Spencer G. Niles and co-author Dr. JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey has just been published.
Professor Lisa D. Delpit, Felton G. Clark Distinguished Professor of Education at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana will be the invited lecturer March 16 as part of the Hornsby Distinguished Lecture Series.
William and Mary’s School of Education was well-represented at the 2015 ASHE annual conference held in Denver, Colorado with a theme, Inequality in Higher Education.