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COEHD Welcomes Three New Department Chairs

COEHD Welcomes Three New Department Chairs

COEHD is excited to welcome three new department chairs to the college. Follow the link to learn more about our new department chairs!

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COEHD Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2020

COEHD Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2020

The College of Education and Human Development (COEHD) is excited to begin the new academic year with 12 new assistant, associate, and full professors and three new department chairs. The new faculty members bring with them new talent and knowledge from prestigious institutions from around the nation.

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Interested in EC-12 Tutoring?

Interested in EC-12 Tutoring?

Interested in receiving tutoring for EC-12 learners, or becoming a tutor for parents? Visit the UTSA Career Center to see how you can utilize your teaching skills to become a tutor, or learn about opportunities to receive tutoring for your children.

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Resources for Working Remotely

Resources for Working Remotely

Students and faculty can prepare for online classes using these resources amid UTSA's Coronavirus updates.

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Personal and Professional Development at the Heart of Summer Bridging Institute

Aug 06, 2020 | posted by Libby Castillo

Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, for the first time in its 17-year history, the Summer Bridging Institute (SBI) hosted by the Academy for Teacher Excellence (ATE) Research Institute was held completely online. Through a committed effort from the SBI committee, students and ATE, this year’s institute was able to engage with more than 400 participants through ZOOM.