Aluminations                    April 2017
College of Education and Human Development Alumni Newsletter
Conversation, cuisine and cocktails! Be sure to join us at the CEHD Alumni Reception, Fri., June 2 from 6-8 PM in Perkins Student Center. Check our website in May to see what delicious treats await you!

This year we will be recognizing  alumni for their commitment to making a difference in people's lives with our first annual Alumni Awards
Play with robots, gadgets and more in Do2Learn, CEHD's MakerSpace, Sat., June 3 from 10am-12pm in the Education Resource Center located in Willard Hall. See how you can incorporate technology, toys, games and crafts into educational lessons for your children or students.

Staff from CEHD & the College of Engineering will help you make a flashlight with littleBits, build an airplane with Squishy Circuits or construct a building with Kapla planks. 

For more information on our Alumni Weekend College events, visit the  CEHD webpage

CEHD events are FREE. But you must register through UD's Alumni Weekend website.  Early Bird discounts for Delabration and other UD events ends April 30!
This Week's Upcoming Events
April 26: Project Search
Education Career Fair

This day-long education career fair  is open to both students and alumni. Interview with recruiters from over 100 schools and employers from across the nation.  Project Search  is one of the largest education job fairs on the East Coast. 

April 28: Children in Crisis: The Plights of Refugees in Greece  
A public forum featuring guest scholars from Greece
Join HDFS for their global lecture series discussing the educational and mental health needs of refugee children and how the U.S. can help address this crisis.  

Advance Your Education
Get a Masters Degree- Online

We now offer 3 online master's programs to help educators advance their careers while they work. 

Enroll today in our  flexible, affordable, part-time programs:
  • M.Ed. in Exceptional Children & Youth: offers two concentrationsK-12 Special Education or Autism/Severe Disabilities.
  • M.Ed. in Literacypreparing current teachers and educators for certification as a reading/literacy specialist.
  • M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership: helps teachers better manage your classroom, improve student outcomes, and lead your peers.

Learn More

New Degree Programs
M.A. in Early Childhood Development and Programming:  This 12-month professional graduate program prepares students to administer high quality early childhood programming through coursework and clinical experiences in early childhood centers.  

Major in Human Relations Administration
HDFS is unveiling a new undergraduate major in the fall of 2017. Human Relations Administration will provide students the skills to manage employee relationships, enhance staff motivation, facilitate critical workplace training and development, and navigate important legal aspects of workplace administration including diversity and inclusion.

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