"The College of Education faculty is committed to supporting our students and collaborating with the community in order to prepare our graduates to meet the demands of their profession and exceed their professional goals. "
Dean Andi M. Kent
2017 marks the College of Education’s 50th anniversary. The College wishes to shine a light on those friends, graduates, faculty and administrators who have caught the vision of a grand College and have been working tirelessly themselves and inspiring others to bring it to life. To you and all those who contributed to the impact and success of the College of Education, we say THANK YOU! To know more about our Honorees, click here.
Mrs. Carolyn Akers
Dr. Damon Andrew
Mr. and Mrs. Travis and Susan Bedsole
Mrs. Lisa Bukstein
Dr. Thomas Chilton
Mr. Lewis Copeland
Dr. Mary Beth Culp
Dr. Jack Dempsey
Mr. Andrew Denny
Dr. Harold Dodge
Dr. Phillip Feldman
Honorable Vivian D. Figures
Mr. Michael Fletcher
Ms. Barbara Freeman
Honorable Victor and Mrs. Jeanne Gaston
Dr. William Gilley
The Family of Dr. J. Howe Hadley
Dr. Richard Hayes
Dr. Robert Heitman
Dr. Pamela Henson
Dr. Thomas Hewitt
Mr. Mark Hoffman
Mrs. Alane Hoffman
Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm and Corinne Howell
Mrs. Stephanie LeGrone
Mr. and Mrs. John and Catharine Long
Mrs. Eleanor Lynn McCain
The Family of Dr. John E. Morrow, Sr.
Dr. Vaughn Millner, and Dr. Brandon Browning were part of a team that was awarded a Health Resources and Services Administration federal grant. The Principal Investigator is Dr. Allen Perkins of the Department of Family Medicine at USA. The grant, entitled Primary Care Training and Enhancement, provides $1,841,644 in funding over 5 years. The purpose of the grant is to:
(a) implement and evaluate a plan to identify and engage a population of high risk patients in their own health care leading to improvement in health status and a reduction in health care costs, and
(b) enhance the interprofessional training of family medicine residents and other allied health professionals, including mental health professionals, in working in an integrated health care setting.
Toward these ends Dr. Vaughn Millner and Dr. Brandon Browning, both faculty in Counselor Education in the Department of Professional Studies, will be designing educational modules on mental health care for family medicine residents, as well as supervising, mentoring and leading the mental health service delivery efforts in the Family Medicine Department during this grant. This includes working with master's students from their own Clinical Mental Health Counseling program who will be completing their clinical field placement in the Department of Family Medicine.
Dr. Susan Santoli was selected as one of 12 Alabama Bicentennial master teachers, from throughout the state, who will develop and present professional development for Alabama teachers, grades 3-5, as part of a statewide program spanning the three years of Alabama’s bicentennial commemoration beginning in spring, 2017.
Congratulations to our Ed.D. doctoral student Tracey Childs, whose paper "Increasing Faculty Participation in an Early Alert System: An Exploratory Case Study" has been accepted for the 12th Annual National Symposium on Student Retention.
Department of Leadership and Teacher Education
"I like to set an environment where we are exchanging information and ideas, we are working together; I learn from my students, they learn from me, and we learn from each other."
Dr. Peggy Delmas
Department of Professional Studies
"I believe we have to sort of tear down the walls of where we are and really go out and see what types of things we can do to help our community..."
Dr. Joe'l Lewis
Department of Health, Physical Education & Leisure Studies
"If you combine all of the things we have here..., it becomes a nice mix for students to actually see what they are learning in the classroom and experiencing it out there at sport and recreation events."
Brandon Clark - Exercise Science Program
Brandon won the Williams Charitable Foundation Book Award.
Alexandria Grow - Collaborative Secondary Special Ed/English Program
Alexandria won the Barbara Phillips Endowed Award for Special Education Teachers.
Kastala Brown - K-6 Teacher Education Program
Kastala won the College of Education Scholarship.
College of Education Academic Year 2015-2016 at a glance.
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College of Education
The College of Education faculty have been busy as they engaged in research and service that also made an impact on their teaching.
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Lisa Frye, a first-grade teacher at
E.R. Dickson Elementary School and a USA College of Education alumna, has been named the Metro Mobile Reading Council's Teacher of the Year in recognition of her leadership in promoting literacy. E.R. Dickson principal Katryna Kinn said Frye, pictured at right with fellow teacher and Metro Mobile Reading Council member Alexis Moran, makes learning come alive for her students through the use of digital tools such as Kahoot!, interactive exercises in class and the Talents Unlimited program. Lisa was honored with the award at the Ben May Main Library and will be recognized at the annual Alabama Reading Association conference in Huntsville in early November. Read more.
Susan Donlin, a COE alumna and a teacher in the 7th grade adaptive classroom, has been named the Teacher of the Year in Marietta City Schools in Georgia. When Susan attended the University of South Alabama, she majored in Special Education. After graduation, she worked with adults with intellectual disabilities in residential and vocational settings. Susan also worked in the field of early intervention care as a family care coordinator and as a director of an innovative inclusive preschool in Florida. Susan is now in her fifth year in the adapted curriculum program. Her students learn functional academics and are exposed to grade level standards, but also learn adaptive behavior and vocational skills. To read more, click here. To learn more about COE Special Education program, click here.
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