In the College of Education and Allied Professions (CEAP), we are all about making a difference in the lives of others. We endeavor to develop #changemakers who impact the region as educators, administrators, and other professions, both in schools and other professional community settings.
Dr. Emily Virtue, faculty in the educational leadership program, has published an article in the Journal of Effective Teaching in Higher Education.
Drs. Robert Crow and Brandi Hinnant-Crawford, faculty in the educational leadership program have published a book.
Heidi Turlington, faculty of health and physical education, received the Excellence in Teaching Liberal Studies Award at the annual University Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards.
Dr. Kofi Lomotey has been named to the CPED Board. CPED is the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, the leading international consortium for EdD programs.
The College of Education and Allied Professions is hosting an accreditation visit by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) on September 12-14, 2021. Interested parties are invited to submit third-party comments to the evaluation team.
Tracy Hewitt, a student in the Elementary and Middle Grades Education MAED was named a winner for the 2021 WCU Graduate School Research and Scholarship Conference Featured Presentation Competition
Joe Lambert, one of the founders of the digital storytelling movement, will present on the power of storytelling to create change and “build a just and healthy world”.
Caitlin Lambert, a senior elementary education student has published a book.
African-Centered Education: Theory and Practice, by Dr. Kofi Lomotey, Bardo Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership, and published by Myers Education Press has been awarded The Society of Professors 2021 Outstanding Book Award.