News: College of Education
Campus News | October 30, 2013
Alumni Association announces recipients of its Alumni of the Year, Outstanding Faculty Awards. Fred Albrecht receives top honors.
People | October 21, 2013
A quick comment by a UNLV professor changed the course of her life. Now back at UNLV as new Lincy Institute director of education, Martinez hopes to influence the lives of Nevada's children through her policy research.
Campus News | April 15, 2013
Metcalf, current director of institutional research and planning at University of West Georgia, will begin July 1.
People | March 5, 2013
Alumna puts 10 years of teaching experience into new advice book for college students.
People | February 21, 2013
Education student Krystal LePriol explains how the Boys & Girls Club shifted her career plans, and why service learning brought new meaning to her college experience.
People | January 14, 2013
Simon Keith got sick of being the "heart guy" and spent two decades trying to ignore his status as a transplant recipient. Then he got a reality check—and a new goal in life.
People | January 10, 2013
On the court, UNLV alum Coach Dave Rice is rooting for the Runnin’ Rebels. Off the court, he’s championing another cause – autism awareness.
Campus News | December 11, 2012
Testing program made possible through donation from Dave Rice Foundation; available at low cost fee.
Business and Community | December 10, 2012
Tips to avoid the holiday meltdown mode from The Practice, a mental health clinic on campus.
Research | November 1, 2012
As new technologies are being developed, new opportunities for educational resources are increasingly available to teachers and students. In his recent book, UNLV education professor Tom Bean lays out strategies for taking advantage of these resources and incorporating them into the classroom to help students achieve success in the technology age.
People | October 31, 2012
Tony Sanchez, ’88 BA Political Science, receives association's top honors.
People | October 5, 2012
The educational psychologist on keeping kids with behavioral disorders out of the special education classroom, her proudest moment, and the inspiration of Olympian Gabby Douglas.