School of Education

  1. March 22, 2023

    Two SACUA seats decided after election; third requires runoff

    Two faculty members with backgrounds in education and engineering will soon join the executive committee of U-M’s central faculty governance system. A third will be decided in a runoff election.

  2. February 16, 2023

    School of Education named to honor Marsal family’s gift

    Recognizing gift commitments to the School of Education totaling more than $55 million, the Board of Regents has approved a new name: the Marsal Family School of Education.

  3. January 23, 2023

    M-ARC program aims to address teacher shortage issue

    The Michigan Alternate Route to Certification program prepares teachers to develop high-quality, equitable and socially just educational opportunities for all students.

  4. January 23, 2023

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  5. April 25, 2022

    Center for Interprofessional Education enters next phase in advancing health

    The Center for Interprofessional Education, which for the past seven years has worked to advance an interdisciplinary health-care educational effort at U-M, is now launching its next phase.

  6. April 25, 2022

    Profiles of five prospective Class of 2022 graduates

    Each year The University Record profiles selected prospective graduates who highlight the range of experiences and people who attend U-M.

  7. April 25, 2022

    Education student finds teaching music rewarding

    Chelcey Daniels’ natural musical talent and her experiences at U-M helped her discover her dream career of teaching music to children. She is set to graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education with an endorsement in integrated science.

  8. April 18, 2022

    Rotary Club provides impactful experiences

    Joanne Pierson serves as the project manager for DyslexiaHelp, a donor-funded, web-based information and resource center through the School of Education.

  9. March 22, 2022

    Helping K-12 teachers empower students to work on sustainability

    The Dow Innovation Teacher Fellowship, a program created for K-12 teachers interested in teaching sustainability issues, is the first program of the Andrew N. Liveris Institute.

  10. February 17, 2022

    Regents honor five as Arthur F. Thurnau Professors for 2022

    Five U-M faculty members have been named Arthur F. Thurnau Professors in recognition of their extraordinary contributions to undergraduate education.