01/UA 0006. Education, School of
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The Department of Counseling and Educational Development at the School of Education was accredited by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision in 1981. It is responsible for the University's graduate curricula in counseling. The records of the Department of Counseling and Educational Development contains reports, newsletters, and an archive of the department's website which document the activities of the Department from 1981-2015.
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction (now defunct) is now incorporated into the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education.
This record group consists of one departmental evaluation dating from 1996-1998.
The State Normal and Industrial School was founded, in part, as a university dedicated to the education of future educators. The Office of the Dean of the School of Education, therefore, has been integral to the university from its inception. The collection contains 49 boxes of materials which include correspondence, minutes, course proposals, an archive of the department's website, and an assortment of other records pertaining to the Office of the Dean.
The Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations is concerned with issues of educational theory, cultural analysis, educational leadership and school organization, educational policy, and curriculum studies.
This records group consists of a departmental review, an archive of the department's website, and related materials dating from 1999 to 2015.
The Department of Educational Research Methodology was established in 1968. It is responsible for the University's graduate curricula in educational research measurement and evaluation.
The records of the Department of Educational Research Methodology contain annual reports, correspondence, memorandums, case studies, evaluation reports, self-studies, and an archive of the department's website which document the activities of the Department from 1977-2015.
The mission of the SES faculty is to prepare exceptional professionals who value and support the dignity and rights of all individuals through excellence in research, community-engaged teaching, and service.
This record group includes deparmental reviews, self-studies and an archive of the department's website dating from 2001-2015.