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Trauma Lecture Tells Future Educators to Support their Students – and Each Other

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Room 5 in the Education Building was packed Tuesday night with future educators and other UND students who were there for…trauma. UND Teacher Education worked with the National Center for Safe Supportive Schools (NCS3) to present “Trauma-Informed Practices”, an enlightening and interactive presentation that challenged how attendees understood and perceived trauma. Dr. Tali Raviv, a […]

CEHD Endowed Faculty Celebrated at UND Investiture Ceremony

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CEHD was proudly represented at the 2023 UND Faculty Investiture Ceremony & Celebration. The event, which honors faculty who have been awarded endowed positions, took place at the Gorecki Alumni Center. Speakers DeAnna Carlson Zink, ’86, CEO of the UND Alumni Association and Foundation, hosted the program in lieu of President Andy Armacost, who was […]

Doctorate students kick off Fall ’23 in style with Ph.D. social

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Students from all five of CEHD’s doctoral programs¬†gathered at the Memorial Union on Aug. 16 to kick off the new Fall 2023 semester with a bang. Associate Dean of Research and Faculty Development Dr. Rob Stupnisky organized the event, which included refreshments and a social hour that allowed students to network and get to know […]

CEHD Bids Farewell to Dean Cindy Juntunen

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On July 24, UND hosted a farewell celebration at Archives Coffee House for Dr. Cindy Juntunen, outgoing dean of the College of Education and Human Development. President Andrew¬†Armacost, Provost Eric Link, and faculty and staff of CEHD expressed their appreciation of her leadership, support, mentoring, and guidance during her nearly three-decade tenure at UND. Dr. […]

FEUND Spring Open House Opens World of Possibilities

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On an April evening after a brutal winter, temps were finally reaching the 40s. Spring had finally begun. On the ground floor of the Education Building, students attending FEUND’s Spring Open House were glad for the reprieve. They were there for free pizza – and knowledge. “Spring Upward with Opportunities in Teacher Education” was an […]