Post Tagged with: "College of Education & Human Development"

Alumni focus: The oldest North Dakotan, Iris Westman ’28 is still learning

Alumni focus: The oldest North Dakotan, Iris Westman ’28 is still learning

December 11, 2019 at

Iris Westman, ’28, the oldest living North Dakotan,  shares about life, longevity and UND

Author! Author! Faculty research leads to new book publishing

Author! Author! Faculty research leads to new book publishing

November 22, 2019 at

Faculty authors’ work ‘advances our reputation, informs teaching, and contributes to our understanding of the world,’ Provost DiLorenzo says

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New faculty bring new ideas

October 22, 2019 at

Newcomers to the UND faculty talk about joining the University community

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Getting HIP online

October 17, 2019 at

Innovative Learning Symposium focuses on implementing High-Impact Practices online

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

UND’s ‘BiPed Lab’ connects the dots in new location

September 24, 2019 at

State-of-the-art, motion-capturing lab is teeming with experiential learning, cross-campus collaboration

Virginia Clinton, assistant professor in education, health and behavior at UND, conducts research on reading comprehension and open educational resources. Photo by Patrick C. Miller/UND Today.

Reading beyond comprehension

July 2, 2019 at

Do students learn better when reading from pixels or paper? Education professor Virginia Clinton seeks the answer

Carly Gullickson was worried her academic goals would prevent her from studying abroad, but the Global Student Teaching program allowed her to complete the student teaching portion of her program across the world. Image courtesy of Carly Gullickson.

Lessons from the Kiwi

May 7, 2019 at

UND student teachers discover education a world away in unique study abroad program

Before coming to UND to pursue a Ph.D. in Educational Foundations & Research, Runnels spent years serving deaf education in Africa. He'll travel to Tanzania this summer to enhance his fluency in the Swahili language. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Global fluency

April 25, 2019 at

UND doctoral student, Fulbright researcher heading back to Africa for 2019 Critical Language Scholarship

Rob Stupnisky, associate professor of Educational Foundations & Research, is leading a new, online graduate certificate addressing data literacy in the classroom. Learning Analytics is a growing field - the certificate's four courses will provide the tools to find, organize and analyze data. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Future literacy

March 5, 2019 at

New program from College of Education & Human Development equips educators for the data age

Dennis Bolda

Living, breathing special education

February 5, 2019 at

Fargo teacher, used to overcoming adversity, earns master’s degree with the help of UND Online

Walker, along with Cheryl Hunter, chair of the Department of Teaching, Leadership & Professional Practice, recently secured a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to bring its first cohort of 14 students to campus to train teachers in the Lakota language and earn their degree in elementary and secondary education. Graduates will teach elementary and secondary learners at tribal and reservation schools in North Dakota and South Dakota.

‘LEAP’ forward for Lakota language

October 4, 2018 at

UND College of Education lands $1.4 M federal grant to prepare next generation of teachers in indigenous linguistics

In May, Anne Walker and Michele Iiams traveled to the Moringa Community School of Trades in rural Ghana, Africa to assist teaching in English and math, respectively. They also brought components from a mechanical engineering senior design project that would help the school cook and can food more efficiently. Image courtesy of Anne Walker. Image courtesy of Anne Walker.

Stove-top diplomacy

October 2, 2018 at

UND Colleges of Engineering and Education team up to assist rural, African trade school with novel invention

Using technology worthy of a high-tech Hollywood movie, Space Studies graduate student Sophie Orr is studying how to prevent motion-related injury in astronauts working in space, with a longterm goal of using the research to build a better, more efficient spacesuit. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Capturing the moment

August 23, 2018 at

UND grad student, Kinisiology Department use Hollywood-eque technology to design better spacesuit

David Tack

Big voice on campus

July 31, 2018 at

Education professor moonlights as the voice of UND’s ceremonies and sporting events

When she first arrived on campus in 2013, UND Softball player and reigning Big Sky Pitcher of the Year Kaylin VanDomelen didn't know anyone else on the softball team. The Bend, Ore., native had never imagined ever living in North Dakota either..

Student-athlete of the Month: Kaylin VanDomelen

April 19, 2018 at

UND softballer, teaching major simply ‘VanDominant’ on the mound and from the batter’s box