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

Sophomore Catherine Klein of UND’s Women’s Soccer won the Big Sky Conference’s Goalkeeper of the Year award for her 2017 performance – including an 18-save game that tied a school record. With her elementary education degree, she plans to earn her master’s in special education from UND. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Catherine Klein

March 13, 2018 at

Big Sky Goalkeeper of the Year strives for excellence on the pitch while pursuing degrees to help others with special needs

Edwin Edpalina stands next to his poster presentation at the NAGC’s 64th Annual Convention in Charlottesville, NC. In auditioning the entire elementary school, he discovered about 20 percent of children had fully developed tonal perception. Image courtesy of Edwin Edpalina.

Knack for giftedness

February 15, 2018 at

National award-winning teacher inspires high-achieving children’s choir on Standing Rock Indian Reservation

As a freshman, she played the first 27 games, including a start, before suffering a season-ending knee injury. She still earned a spot on the All-Academic Big Sky team as well as her first collegiate letter. Strand has pursued a bachelor’s in psychology for pre-physical therapy. She sees the psychological background as helpful for those dealing with the mental strain of a long recovery process. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Bailey Strand

January 12, 2018 at

UND Women’s Basketball starter turns recovery experience into academic inspiration

In addition to researching comics and graphic novels, UND Education Professor Marcus Weaver-Hightower, who describes himself as a decent artist, also writes them. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Not just for kids

October 16, 2017 at

UND Education professor finds comics and graphic novels can help young and old alike learn

Alivia Fraase, a junior from Fargo, is double-majoring in elementary education and early childhood education, with a minor in special education. As a volleyball defensive specialist, she had 583 digs last year, the second-most in UND history, and has been integral in UND’s NCAA-leading 19 wins, as of Thursday. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Student-Athlete of the Month: Alivia Fraase

October 5, 2017 at

Fargo, native and star libero finds perfect match as she digs in to Education double major

TopDog teaching comes to UND

TopDog teaching comes to UND

October 5, 2017 at

N.D. educator and UND alum Kayla Delzer returns to share her innovative style, inspire future teachers

Delzer, in her Mapleton, N.D. third-grade classroom, graduated from UND with a double major in elementary education and early childhood education in 2008. She also earned her master’s degree in elementary education from UND in 2014. Photo produced and featured in the New York Times, Sept. 2 edition.

Top teacher alum featured in New York Times to speak at UND

September 7, 2017 at

Kayla Delzer, whose classroom philosophies have become standard worldwide, holds two degrees from the College of Education & Human Development

UND Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations and Research Joshua Hunter (middle) and his graduate student Cherie Graves (right) have teamed up with University Children's Learning Center Director Dawnita Nilles (left) for a research project centered on outdoor learning. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Natural growth

July 18, 2017 at

UND education researchers partner with local children’s center to study benefits of outdoor learning

Award-winning special education student and UND doctoral student Matthew Myrold has developed the Edfiniti Mobile Assessment Platform, a tool that assists teachers and students monitor and improve behavior in the classroom while boosting academic success for K-12 students. Graphic courtesy of Matthew Myrold.

‘Edfiniti’ and beyond

June 6, 2017 at

Award-winning special education teacher and UND doctoral student develops K-12 teaching app that helps kids succeed

Anne Walker, UND associate dean of teacher education & student services, is freshly back from a two-and-a-half week expedition to Saudi Arabia. She was invited by the Saudi’s Ministry of Education to serve as an English Language Specialist after the U.S. State Department recommended her as a consultant and teacher trainer. Photo courtesy of Anne Walker.

A teaching evolution

May 30, 2017 at

UND Associate Dean of Teacher Education & Student Services brings English teaching expertise to Saudi Arabia

Grant Tomkinson, associate professor of kinesiology and public health education at UND, poses with a Velotron cycle, which he uses to test people for different kinds of exercise physiology.  Tomkinson recently published an international study that says kids' fitness levels are declining across the globe, leading to health problems later in life. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Rethinking fitness

March 14, 2017 at

In new publication, UND kinesiologist Grant Tomkinson throws a clinical red flag on kids’ declining health around the globe

With 38 doctoral hoodings in 38 years, UND Education Professor Kathy Gershman (left) capped her career by hooding Stacey Borboa-Peterson, UND’s current director of Multicultural Student Services, during the University of North Dakota’s winter commencement in December. Gershman now looks forward to retirement from UND. Photo by Richard Larson.

Capping a career

January 10, 2017 at

UND Education & Human Development Professor Kathy Gershman set to retire after hooding 38th doctoral student in 38 years at 2016 winter commencement

Cindy Juntunen, Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Counseling Psychology and Community Services, has led the CEHD as interim dean since last February. She officially began her new role as full dean of the College on Monday, Jan. 2, according to the UND Provost. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Juntunen lays out fresh vision as dean of Education College

January 10, 2017 at

Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Counseling Psychology and Community Services to serve appointment through the summer of 2018

UND College of Education and Human Development students, Kayla Dembek and Chyna Lynner, both from Minot, N.D., have been volunteering to teach English to New Americans through Global Friends Coalition, an organization that helps refugees adjust to the Grand Forks community. Photos courtesy of Kayla Dembek and Chyna Lynner

UND students help New Americans embrace change

December 15, 2016 at

Chyna Lynner and Kayla Dembek put their teaching skills to the test as volunteer instructors for local English Language Learner program

Anna Haberlack, a UND students in the College of Education & Human Development and Twin Cities native, is surrounded by students at Winship Elementary in Grand Forks. Winship is considered an English Language Learner magnet school, which means quite a few of its students originated from non-English-speaking regions around the world. Photo courtesy of Anna Haberlack.

A warmer welcome

December 15, 2016 at

UND elementary education student raises funds to buy winter gear for young New American arrivals in Grand Forks