Cultivating a Community

Program Success

  • For the third consecutive year, the School of Education hosted the Science, Technology and Me program. Approximately 160 female students in grades 6 through 10 were mentored and participated in hands-on activities aimed at motivating them to become future science and technology teachers and entrepreneurs.
  • The School of Education’s premier minority recruitment and mentoring program, The Color of Teaching, was named the University’s Student Organization of the Year. The program continues its outstanding accomplishments in the area of scholarship with achievements in grant writing and three conference presentations.
  • The Office of Social Equity and Diversity’s Campus Climate Survey results showed that the majority of students, faculty and staff believe the University offers a welcoming climate in which to work and study. The survey was part of the Creating a Caring University Community project.

University Success

Faculty and Staff Success

Student Success

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