SEHD Undergraduate Learning Communities Featured in CU Denver TODAY

Learning communities bolster student success New SEHD options support college graduation goals, friendships and educational experiences The School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) has started two new learning communities for undergraduate students: the Curious Teacher Learning Community, focused on changing lives through teaching in culturally and linguistically diverse settings, and the bilingual Familias y Justicia, or Families and Justice Learning Community, focused on effectively serving culturally and linguistically diverse individuals and families. What is a learning […]

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University of Colorado Denver: Serving career changers and older adults

“This is an opportunity to work and continue to earn.”   Rebecca Kantor is the dean of the University of Colorado Denver School of Education & Human Development. The University of Colorado Denver has created and is expanding programs that support all three. It’s CU Denver’s way of addressing the state’s growing teacher shortage. “The […]

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Lisa Forbes interviewed by Counseling Today on women’s needs in counseling

Lisa Forbes, an assistant clinical professor in the counseling program at the University of Colorado Denver who also works with clients at an inpatient psychiatric unit at a nearby medical facility, agrees that it is important that counselors not make assumptions. “You can read all the literature on this topic and know everything about women’s […]

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Rod Blunck, ALPS program, provides school governance training in Taiwan

Rod L. Blunck, associate professor in the School of Education & Human Development, recently spent time with the Board of Education of Kaohsiung American School in Kaohsiung, Taiwan working on governance structures for the local Board of Education and Superintendent. Kaohsiung American School educates approximately 1,200 K-12 students. This is Dr. Blunck’s second trip to […]

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