“Ready to make a difference in the world? Our teachers, nurses, counselors and other
professionals work to make the world a better place every day.”
Michael T. Miller, Dean
Bill McComas worked with a colleague on "The Scopes Monkey Trial" book featuring several
rarely published photographs.
Michael T. Miller grew up on college campuses, going to work on Saturdays with his
dad at Southern Illinois University.
Childhood education majors participated in 40 hours of training at the Marshall Flight
Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
When he talks about accomplishments during his time as dean, Tom Smith talks about
the people of the College of Education and Health Professions.
A new series looks at the experiences of alumni after graduating from the College
of Education and Health Professions.
Sport management graduate Evelyn White discovered her dream at the U of A.
Cheryl Perry received the 2016 Award of Excellence for Advocacy from the American
Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Fifth-grader Kolt Burton and his mother giggled as they stretched the pale green goo
they had just created out of glue, water, food coloring and liquid starch between
Mallory Craig Bacon is a rarity. Unlike the majority of college students, she never
changed her major.
Jeremy Battjes, from left, Jennifer Beasley and Janet Penner-Williams began their
new positions July 1.
Timothy Baghurst is looking at how technology can improve teacher preparation.
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