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The College of Education's blog, The Marquette Educator, features stories from our classrooms and shines a light on the great work done by our faculty, students and alumni.


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The history of the College of Education is a long and rich one. For over 95 years, the college has helped prepare individuals to work as professionals in public and private school settings.

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College of Education student Heyam Omar awarded  prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for an upcoming education abroad experience

College of Ed student Fatima Jimenez Gonzalez and her team win 1st place for Social Impact: Professional Development Fellowship in the Brewed Ideas Challenge

Educational Policy and Leadership Student Kat Klawes and her small business, Gloss Moss, featured in Marquette Wire

College of Education students Mia Gleason and Ella Massmann inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education

The new and growing Educational Studies major

Dr. Gabriel Velez honored with Way Klingler Early Career award for outstanding achievements in research and scholarship at Distinguished Scholars Program on April 4

Faculty promotions announced. Dr. Leigh van den Kieboom promoted to Professor, and Dr. Melissa Gibson promoted to Associate Professor. 

Dr. Gabriel Velez and student Jane Blossom to talk about peace work in Colombia as part of Soup with Substance, March 29

Marquette Juniors team up to paint new mural in College of Education

We Are All Marquette: Meet Erick Padilla-Rosas, doctoral student in EDPL and Diversity Fellowship Recipient

College of Education is now on LinkedIn - please follow us there!

Fall 2022 Dean's List

Dr. Alan Burkard, chair and professor of counseling psychology, awarded $2.66 million from U.S. Department of Education for School Counselor Training 

Blake O'Neal Turner to present Mitchem Lecture, Jan. 31

Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse serving as president-elect of annual Literacy Research Conference

Dr. Benjamin Correia-Harker, clinical assistant professor in Educational Policy and Leadership, selected as inaugural Aspen Index Impact Fellow

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