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Welcome to the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD).  This is an exciting time for all of us, as UTSA continues on the road to achieving its goal of Tier One status.  The bar has been set, and the COEHD plans to be a catalyst in achieving that objective by providing rich educational experiences for our students, serving society through our innovative research, and expanding our influence through community engagement and public service.


We Are UTSA!  The phrase rings true in all that we do.  It’s about the people -- the students, staff, faculty and our drive to achieve an exceptional educational experience.  It’s  about the research – fostering creativity and innovation to address the educational needs of the future and create new knowledge.  It’s about community – engaging the public and making our communities and world a better place.  It’s about us, all of us – We Are UTSA!


Whether you are a student, faculty, or staff, or are just interested in the college, we invite you to see what the COEHD has to offer.  We provide an infinite number of possibilities – the choice is yours!


Welcome to COEHD.  We are the future  - Join with us! We Are UTSA.



Dr. Betty Merchant
Dean, College of Education and Human Development

 

 

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Counseling book to be used by Korean schools leaders

Dr. Gerald Juhnke’s co-authored book, “Suicide, Self-Injury and Violence in the Schools: Assessment, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies,” was translated into Korean and reformatted for future use by Korean school administrators, counselors and teachers.

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Expert: education for the deaf needs improvement

In a public lecture here Tuesday evening, Gallaudet University assistant professor Catherine O’Brien was sharply critical of how deaf children are educated in the United States, saying school districts should re-examine how they culturally approach teaching the deaf, especially those in minority groups such as Mexican-Americans.

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Ready, Set, Research! Competition set for April 3

You are invited to attend The Graduate School’s Ready, Set, Research! Competition as part of Graduate Student Appreciation Week. During this competition, 42 graduate students will present their research in 3 minutes or less as they compete for cash prizes! What happens if a presentation goes beyond 3 minutes?? DISQUALIFICATION!

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Events



Strategies for Supporting Productive Online Inquiry Webinar

Strategies for Supporting Productive Online Inquiry Webinar

Monday, March 30, 2015

Time: 6 pm CST

Location: Downtown Campus

Building: Frio Street Building 3.518


Changing the World One Photograph at a Time

Changing the World One Photograph at a Time

Monday, March 30, 2015

Time: 6 p.m.

Location: Main Campus

Building: Main Building 0.104


Educator Career Fair

Educator Career Fair

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Time: 9 am - 12 pm

Location: Main Campus

Building: H-E-B University Center Ballroom



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