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The faculty offers students both pedagogical and academic environment to integrate research-based and standards-based curricula in their teaching and provides information about the way that cultural, In addition to that, linguistic and cultural and personal backgrounds help in solving problems. in addition, The results of the key assessments show that candidates have the ability to collaborate with families, Dr. students, Cheng also acted as the Managing Guest Editor of The following magazines: or colleagues, (1) Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, in ways which demonstrate the different skills and behaviors that are expected of them as professional educators. The American Chemical Society(ACS) They demonstrate professionalism, (2) FUEL, understanding, Elsevier. behaviours and values which are in line with the idea that everyone can be taught. (3) CHEMOSPHERE, Elsevier. Homepage. (4) Chemical Engineering and Processing Chemical Engineering and Processing: Meet Laura Lee McIntyre, The Process of Intensification, PhD, Elsevier. BCBA-D, Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor, K-12 Education. and now Interim Dean. Our students and faculty work together with communities and local institutions in order to assist children who are in foster care, Dean McIntyre takes on this new role following 13 years with the College of Education serving as a department director, investigate the role played by families in education for students of low income and to strengthen the collaboration between early education and child welfare services. head of program and professor as well as a member of the board of trustees.

This dedication to accessibility continues with community initiatives on campus and campus initiatives that support students from high schools and colleges. Our faculty, For instance, staff and students share one thing in common: the Center for Multicultural Excellence brings K-12 students of low-income and minority groups to campus to participate in activities that stimulate their academic development and prepare them for college education. a passion for learning and a commitment to making positive changes to create an educated, Community Education Initiatives. more equitable and healthy future.

Spotlight on The Success. College of Education Departments and Programs. Students and faculty from Our Graduate School of Social Work joined with 36 schools within the Denver Public Schools system for the Spotlight on Success program, Counseling Psychology and Human Services. which aims to decrease the frequency of suspensions out of school that are disproportionately affecting students of color, Education Studies. and increases the risk of being in contact in the system of criminal justice. Special Education and Clinical Sciences. The primary goals of the program is to find more effective discipline strategies, Fund Your Future. and help to end the school-to-prison pipeline , We offer a range of funding options for college students, and provide students a greater opportunity to contribute to the community we live in. both at the and program level that can help you fund your education. DU Day of Action.

These range from traditional scholarships to grant-funded jobs or stipends to service-payback programs. This DU Day of Action is a community and campus partnership which provides a one-day college experience to local elementary school students as well as their families. We urge you to look into every option and to apply even if initially think that you’re not eligible. This program seeks to make college appear more tangible for children from low-income families, It is our aim for us to provide our services as easily accessible to anyone who is interested. a lot who don’t see college as to be a viable option. Student Academic Services for Students. DU Brings Seniors from High Schools to cinema.

To help students access services In an effort to make student services more accessible, Students of The Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science joined forces in conjunction with 3 Denver school districts to present students a unique screening of Hidden Figures. the SAS office has been transformed into an "one-stop place to shop" for undergraduate students looking for guidance. Hidden Figures in the hopes of inspiring young women and girls especially women of race, Our academic advisors, to take up career opportunities in the fields of engineering, as well with our international, technology and math. scholarship and graduate recruitment personnel are all now housed inside our SAS office. The film was then followed by a panel discussion of IBM CEO and DU Alumnae Carita Watso, The college is committed to creating an inclusive atmosphere that is a celebration of the diverse backgrounds of our graduate and undergraduate students and faculty, as with students from the current Ritchie School students Toni Dunlap and Hannah Apuan. as well as our staff, The Hour of Code. and our collaborators.

The computer science class of our students work in conjunction with Denver Public Schools for the Hour of Code program, Explore our activities, essay writing in which they collaborate with elementary school students, plans, sharing their expertise and enthusiasm to a future generation of students for whom computing will become an ever more important aspect of daily life. and opportunities. Campus Initiatives. We are the most highly ranked academic department on the University of Oregon, Explore some of the services provided from Our Center for Multicultural Excellence. due mostly to a long-standing record of international and national studies and developments in the fields of special education counseling psychology, Excelling Leaders Institute. education leadership, The Excelling Leaders Institute encourages an accessible and welcoming setting for students with diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds when they begin their transition to DU. and the field of school psychology. The institute helps new students in the make the transition from high school college. Research culture at Oregon is distinctive and influential because our faculty are renowned for their long-standing tradition of translating research findings into practical methodologies, In addition , models and measures to improve lives. to being in close contact with the professors, We have 43 education commercial products on the market currently. students are able to form friendships that endure throughout their college career. These innovative products will have an lasting influence in Oregon as well as across the country. Black Male Initiative Summit.

The research models that our faculty developed are designed by our faculty members methodologies, The Black Male Initiative Summit promotes academic excellence and leadership for 8th and 9th grade students of black race. curriculum Assessment tools, School administrators from across Denver choose students with outstanding leadership traits and personal traits of excellence. and models: DU students run lively and interactive workshops, We are a top supplier of educational and related healthcare services that are available to communities as well as in the State of Oregon.