News: College of Education

Hannah Kelley
Campus News | April 21, 2016
Kelley, a junior in UNLV’s Honors College, is one of just 54 college students nationwide selected for the $30,000 award based on academics, public service leadership potential.
Sharolyn Pollard-Durodola
People | April 11, 2016
Find out what inspired this Education College professor to focus her research on children, especially English language learners, who struggle to read.
Marquin Parks
People | April 8, 2016
When Marquin Parks challenged his class to read more, he found his own voice as a writer. Now the College of Education alumnus has two book series under his belt.
Kiran Mathew in cap and gown
People | January 8, 2016
A sampling of UNLV media coverage regarding high-achieving students and young alumni.
Naweed Yusufzai hugs another student
Business and Community | December 29, 2015
A collection of 2015 headlines featuring UNLV outreach to the surrounding community.
Brian Sandoval
Campus News | December 8, 2015
UNLV College of Education’s first Summit on Nevada Education draws local, state, and national stakeholders for idea swap on improved education.
four portraits
People | November 4, 2015
Our Alumni of the Year tell us what the learned when they faced a (fake) fire, a blank canvas, a dreaded phone call, and a mother's mortality.
Thompson family
People | November 3, 2015
Despite the untimely death of one of its members, the Thompson family perseveres. For their hard work and dedication to UNLV, they have been selected as the 2015 Honorary Rebel Family.
Wynn Tashman
Business and Community | October 27, 2015
UNLV law and education student Wynn Tashman is using experience in the Kids Court program to develop an educational intervention in support of LGBT youth in schools and legal settings.
Steven Bickmore
People | October 5, 2015
What do you do if you find yourself with a new home with a great bar area, but you don’t drink? This new College of Education professor has a suggestion.
Miss Nevada
People | September 9, 2015
College of Education master’s student Katherine Kelley hopes her crack at the 2016 Miss America crown inspires students, other young women and teachers.
Sabina Callwood shares her story with K-12 educators
Arts and Culture | June 4, 2015
UNLV hosts Always Remember, a June 10-12 institute on how teachers, parents and others can inspire youths’ futures through lessons about the past.