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Education Building closed July 24-Aug. 11

Second floor of Education Building closed for repair, July 24-Aug. 11

The second floor of Colorado State University's Education Building, located at 450 W. Pitkin, will be closed July 24 through August 11, 2017, for asbestos abatement...

FCS grad Marisa DeClercq

School of Education graduate paving the way for future teachers

As a high school student in Wyoming, Marisa DeClercq knew she wanted to pursue a career as a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher.

"My high school FCS...

SOE grad celebration SP17

School of Education celebrates its Spring and Summer 2017 graduates

Two School of Education events kicked off Colorado State University's Spring 2017 graduation weekend. Both events, held at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, recognized and...

Donna Cooner

CSU School of Education professor celebrating release of third young adult novel

Donna Cooner, a professor in the School of Education's Center for Educator Preparation at Colorado State University, is celebrating the release of her newest young adult...

Co-Teaching Workshop

CEP and Poudre School District co-host co-teaching professional development workshop

On Dec. 15, the School of Education's Center for Educator Preparation at Colorado State University and Poudre School District co-hosted a professional development workshop focused on...

Heidi Frederiksen Dawn Mallette

School of Education faculty members awarded Senior Teaching Appointments

Two School of Education faculty members were recently awarded Senior Teaching Appointments in recognition of their excellent leadership, teaching, service, and scholarship in the field of...

CEP Cording Fall 2016

CEP cords Fall 2016 graduates from teacher preparation programs

This fall, more than 45 Center for Educator Preparation students received a light-blue cord, marking them as educators among their fellow graduates in their respective content...

Holly Martin

CSU undergrad student fills in at Fort Collins High under trying circumstances

Holly Martin's student-teaching semester last fall was probably more intense than that of her fellow teacher candidates in CSU's School of Education.

The undergraduate student stepped in...

Caminos students

CSU students mentor local Spanish-speaking high schoolers in 'Caminos'

A group of 86 native Spanish-speaking Fort Collins High School students visited campus recently to cap off their fall semester experience in "Caminos," a program in...

Education Sciences Research Colloquium

Education Sciences specialization invites all to the second session of its Research Colloquium series

On Wednesday, November 16, the School of Education's Education Sciences specialization will host the second installment of its research colloquium series. The series is intended to...