The School of Education and Human Services strives to improve the human experience. Our faculty are leaders in their chosen fields whose scholarship contributes to both theory building and practice and whose teaching prepares a new generation of competent professionals in counselor education, criminal justice, educational administration, education and human development, public administration and social work to serve individuals, families, communities, and the general public.
Toward that goal, the School has a focus on student and alumni success via preparation of undergraduate and graduate students for further study and employment. This preparation is built upon personal growth; discipline specific theory, research and practice; and professional skills, ethics and attitudes.
The School of Education and Human Services rests on a cornerstone of interpersonal engagement, upon which is built a high quality academic experience, professionalism and social justice, global and cultural competence and community impact.
Poetry Out Loud Recitation Competition
6 pm - 8 pm
American Democracy Project Lecture: Janet Poppendieck
5 pm - 5:45 pm