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VIVA LOS GATOS!

Sept. 19, 2022

The University of Arizona Hispanic Alumni Club, founded in 1982 to support the college-going dreams of Hispanic students across Arizona, will look back in order to move forward, observing its 40th anniversary during a celebration later this month.

UAHA provides scholarships and retention programming for more than 100 UArizona students each semester....

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Linking Southwest Heritage through Archaeology

June 14, 2022

Linking Southwest Heritage through Archaeology, including University of Arizona College of Education Dr. Sara Chavarria and Dr. Corey Knox and students from Cholla High School, Pueblo High School and Sunnyside High School along with a history teacher from Cholla High School and a professor of anthropology Dr. Barbara Mills recently visited the...

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Robert Q. Berry III Named Next College of Education Dean

May 12, 2022

Robert Q. Berry III, Ph.D. will join the University of Arizona on July 1 as the Dean and Paul L. Lindsey and Kathy J. Alexander Chair of the College of Education. In this role, he will continue to build upon the College of Education's mission to promote learning, research, and transformative action to create a more inclusive and equitable community and world.

Dr. Berry will join the College of...

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College of Ed Partners with National Park Service

May 6, 2022

The Southern Arizona Office (SOAR) of the National Park Service, in cooperation with the Desert Research Learning Center (DRLC), University of Arizona, and Walter Douglas Elementary School recently completed a citizen science project involving 5th and 6th grade girls. The project will help park managers better protect historic adobe structures. This effort was led by Corey Knox and Sara Chavarria.

The UA, a home for Indigenous students everywhere

Feb. 28, 2022

The university moves with intention in regards to Native American students’ needs, making it a leading institution for this group. Read more.

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AAPLAC Conference 2022

Nov. 18, 2021

The College of Education through the Deans Office is hosting the 33rd Annual Conference “Cultural Awareness and Social Justice” organized by the Association of Academic Programs in Latin America and Caribbean (AAPLAC). This conference is a hybrid model that offers presentations, discussions, and a cultural excursion. More details...

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Mexican Consulate in Tucson and Deans Office

Nov. 18, 2021

Consul of Mexico in Tucson, Rafael Barceló Durazo, visited the College of Education to discuss potential educational and community collaborations for students, faculty and staff. During his visit, Consul Barceló had the opportunity to learn about different CoE initiatives and projects. He also visited the Community and Resources in Early Childhood Teacher Education (CREATE) and Worlds of Words (WOW) Library. 

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Renovation Update

Sept. 17, 2021

We are thrilled to report that the renovation to our main lobby space is continuing at an exciting pace. The walls have officially come down to make room for the new student lounge, workspace, group project rooms, kitchen, outdoor patio, and offices for advisors, support staff, and our alumni council. We will continue to update you as construction progresses! 

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See Us at the Arizona Rural Schools Association Conference

Sept. 17, 2021

A team from the College of Education will be representing our many initiatives at the AZ Rural Schools Association (ARSA) Conference Sep 16-18 at the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, AZ. ARSA provides a unified voice for rural schools to legislative bodies, policy makers, and elected public officials. The conference will include exhibits, speakers, workshops, and opportunities to connect with our programs that operate throughout rural...

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Marketing Specialist Danielle Hargett

March 18, 2021

The university became part of the University Climate Change Coalition, or UC3, in December 2018, joining 21 leading North American Research One universities. Together, the institutions are working to expand their commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and working with community partners to encourage climate-related...