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Sunnyside class of 2023 to set the school record for most students accepted into the University of Arizona

Nov. 29, 2022

This year's class of graduating seniors will walk the stage at Sunnyside in May 2023 with a new record: With 167 students so far accepted, this marks an even larger portion of the graduating class that could be UArizona-bound in the fall, according to the school. The Sunnyside CATS initiative is supported by College of Education faculty and staff in partnership with the Sunnyside school district and UArizona recruitment/...

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Alumni Ty White named Arizona's Teacher of the Year

Nov. 23, 2022

University of Arizona College of Education Alumni Ty White has been named Arizona's Teacher of the Year and was awarded at the...

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Alumni Vanessa Anthony-Stevens and Philip Stevens on Advancing Native American STEM Instruction and Education

Nov. 23, 2022

“Indigenous people do not come to STEM as empty vessels. Indigenous worldviews and ways of being in relationship with world have helped Indigenous people to live in this place we call the Americas for millennia,” said Philip Stevens, director of American Indian Studies and associate professor in anthropology, who is helping lead...

Nolan Cabrera featured in Tucson Lifestyle

Nov. 8, 2022

Situation: Critical

With an election underway, many candidates around our state are attacking the concept of critical race theory, while others are acknowledging the need to talk about how race is playing a major role in how open and fair our society is. Here is what is being said on both sides of the debate.

By Elena Acoba / Photography by Shelley Welander

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Amanda R. Tachine receives Outstanding Book Award

Nov. 3, 2022

Native Presence and Sovereignty in College begins with the Twin Warrior story rooted in Diné philosophy, as a theoretical framework that drives Dr. Amanda R. Tachine's in-depth analysis of Native students’ college experiences through an Indigenous, storytelling methodology. Dr. ...

$1M grant to College of Education will help support mental health of Black youth

Oct. 20, 2022

A new University of Arizona-led project will help develop educational policies that better support the mental health of Black pre-K and K-12 students, who are at increased risk for suicide, depression and other mental illness.

The Black Youth Mental Health Initiative will bring UArizona expertise to Richmond Public Schools, a district in central Virginia, thanks to a $1 million, three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and...

The assistant professor of higher education was nominated for her research into whether the enrollment management practices of public universities undermine access for underserved student populations.

Karina Salazar featured in the Washington Post

Sept. 28, 2022

High school students who take the SAT, ACT or Advanced Placement tests can opt in to share their contact information, which the College Board, ACT and other vendors use to curate lists that colleges purchase. The researchers say the products systematically exclude underrepresented groups by focusing on test takers and filtering out students in...

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Dr. Sheri Bauman featured in

Sept. 26, 2022

Bullying can impact those of any age, whether emotionally, mentally, or physically. While bullying can be more predominant in childhood years, it can have lasting effects into adulthood. October is National Bullying Prevention Month, which is marked to recognize and bring awareness to this matter and help reduce instances of bullying.

University of Arizona College of Education Professor of Counseling,...