News and Updates from the College of Education & Human Development
Happy New Year, CEHD alumni!
Over the past twelve months, our world-class faculty and alumni continued to show why we're one of the nation's top-ranked institutions: pursuing groundbreaking research, advocating for meaningful change and cultivating the next generation of leaders at home and abroad.
Read on to learn about recent accomplishments within our College.
Our Online Graduate Program is Ranked in Top 50
The University of Delaware’s College of Education and Human Development rose 168 places to #46 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Online Graduate Education Program rankings. The survey ranked a total of 299 online graduate programs across the nation.
If you're interested in learning more about our online graduate programs, please attend one of our 3 Virtual Open Houses in February March and April.
Graduates of our masters and doctoral programs emerge with the knowledge and skills to advance their careers in education and human services and make a lasting impact on society. Attend our on-campus Graduate Program Open House on Jan. 23 to learn more.
Get ready for the UD's first Women's Leadership Conference to be held in Dover on Thurs., January 24. Men and women are invited to this networking and professional learning event featuring panels and presentations given by accomplished women in prominent leadership positions.
Read why Achieve the Core found Dr. Sharon Walpole's K-5 curriculum to provide a "superb literacy foundation," in regards to its "ease of use, affordability, and its proven results with students." Bookworms is an open-source database of innovative and transformative lesson plans and resources for Language Arts teachers.
In her new book, Dr. Deborah Bieler confirms that brief daily interactions between teachers and students--a few words of encouragement, a genuine compliment or a follow-up from a previous conversation--has the power to change lives.
CEHD is now accepting nominations for 4 alumni awards, established to recognize graduates of our College who have demonstrated a commitment to making a difference in people’s lives. You can submit your own nomination or recommend a friend or colleague. Deadline is March 15.