Elective Course in Fall ’19 – Masters and Doctoral – LEAD 614

LEAD 614 is open to MA and PhD students this fall.  This is a special topics research class.  This course examines how urban infrastructure design and the nonprofit sector impacts community health and resiliency through links to public health measures and social welfare outcomes. Students will learn to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Continue reading

Verto Education Field Instructors

Verto Education brings together the transformative power of experiential gap year programs with increased access to international education, through college-accredited freshmen semesters abroad. We’re currently looking for Field Instructors with Master’s degrees in the following disciplines to teach courses on Continue reading

Saturday Seminar

Dear Students – On Saturday morning  April 27, the Character Education Resource Center in cooperation with the Department of Counseling & Marital & Family Therapy is holding Seminar for current and future counselors, teachers, and administrators. The exciting and informative Continue reading