Professor Todd DeMitchell Elected to the Board of Trustees of the New Hampshire Institute for Civics EducationTuesday, June 28, 2016
Monday, June 20, 2016
Friday, June 17, 2016
Friday, June 17, 2016
The Five-year and Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program at the University of New Hampshire is awarded TEAC accreditation by the Inquiry Brief Commission of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) for a period of seven years, from May 2014 - May 2021. The accreditation does not include individual education courses that the EPP offers to P-12 educators for professional development, re-licensure, or other purposes.
Member of 100K in 10 National Network
100 Years of Preparing Educators
National Board for Certified Counselors
The UNH Department of Education Graduate Program in Counseling has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No 4308. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The UNH Department of Education Graduate Program in Counseling is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
- Average undergraduate GPA of 3.45
2013-2014 Praxis teacher exam pass rate UNH 92.0% Statewide 86%”
- 94% teach after completing the UNH Teacher Education Program
- 89% are currently teaching or in an education field
- 84% are teaching full-time after 5 years
*Results from 2010 5-Year Survey
What Employers Say
- 75% of principals rate our graduates in the top 20% of teachers with similar experience
Award Winning Graduates and Graduates of Note:
Special Educator of the Year: Joan Reese (’09)
NH Principal of the Year:
Elementary School - Kevin Johnson (2003) Steven Kelley (2007), Patrick Boodey (2011), Anna Parrill (2015)
Middle School - John O’Connor (2003), Michelle Carvalho (2009)
High School - Bryan K. Lane (2004), Michael Jette (2010), David Ryan (2012)
Up The Ladder (the degree placed in parentheses means the degree is in progress):
Todd Allen (Ed.S.) was selected as the Assistant Superintendent for the Oyster River Cooperative School District.
Elizabeth Birnam, CAGS offered a seminar entitled Comprehension Strategies for Struggling Readers (K-6) through the University of New Hampshire Office of Professional Development & Training in August of 2015.
Greg Brown, M.Ed. accepted the position of Assistant Principal/Dean of Students at Woodman Park Elementary, Dover, New Hampshire.
Mary Buese, CAGS, was selected as the 2015 recipient of the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce "Educator of the Year" award.
William Carozza, M.Ed., received the EDies 2015 NHSTE Susan Janosz Technology Award
Jessica Clark, CAGS became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and now serves as the Administrator for Teacher Training and Professional Development in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine for the New England Center for children.
Joe Crawford, M.Ed., teaches school law for Southern New Hampshire University.
• He and Justin Krieger, CAGS are starting their third year as co-directors of the Next Charter School in Derry and will graduate their first crop of students this year.
Robert Dawson, Ed.S. accepted the position of principal of Windham High School in Windham, NH.
Paula DiNardo, CAGS (Ph.D.) is part of a panel presentation, "Can 'Study Away' Achieve the Same Outcomes as Study Abroad?", at the ACPA: College Student Educators, International conference in Montreal, Canada
Carolyn Eastman, Ed.S. accepted consulting positions working with Michigan Department of Education on a state wide longitudinal study on teacher perception and student achievement, and the Wisconsin Center for Education providing assistance on the opportunities to learn, the enacted curriculum, and the common core.
Carla Evans (Ph.D.) completed a summer internship with Center for Assessment in Dover, NH working on performance assessment in a competency-based education model.
Josh Evans, M.Ed. is a Project Manager for Math & Science at Heinemann Publishing, Portsmouth, NH.
Michael Flynn, CAGS accepted the position of Assistant Principal of Timberlane Middle School.
Jerry Frew, M.Ed., was selected as the 2015 Superintendent of the Year (SAU #65).
David Goldsmith, CAGS is in his second year as the Assistant Principal of Stratham Memorial School (PreK-5).
Michael Harris, Ph.D. accepted the position of Interim, Part-Time superintendent of the Rivendell Interstate School District, in addition to being the part-time superintendent of the Lyme School District.
Nicole Heimarck, M.Ed., joined the NH State Department of Education as their Bureau Administrator for Educator Preparation.
• Nicole received the 2015 Edie Award from the New Hampshire School Administrators Association’s Outstanding Service Award.
Antonio Henley, Ph.D., was named Dean, University College at Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, N.C,
Gavin Henning, Ph.D. has started his fifth year at New England College as an Associate Professor of Higher Education & Director of Doctorate of Education and Masters of Higher Education Administration degrees.
Douglas J. Gagnon, Ph.D., currently serves as a Research Associate with the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.
Mark Joyce, M. Ed., Ed.D. received the Bradley F. Kidder Award presented by the New Hampshire Council for School Attorneys for excellence in school law.
Michael Jette, Ph.D., assistant superintendent of the Bedford School District has agreed to serve on Justin Bene’s dissertation committee at the University of New Hampshire.
Ryan Kaplan, Ed.S., accepted a position as the Upper School Assistant Principal at the American School in Milan, Italy.
Steve Kossakoski, M.Ed., Ph.D., presented, SL-Student-Centered Learning: Paradign Shift or Incremental Change?, at the 2015 Christa McAuliffe Technology Confernce.
Justin Krieger, CAGS was elected as Director to the Board of The Upper Room, a non-profit family resource center serving youth and adults.
Ginger Lever, CAGS, Ed.D. accepted a position as Professor and Director of Programs with the New Hampshire Bureau of Education and Training.
Chris Martin, M.Ed., CAGS, Ed.D. was selected as the Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education in the Manchester School District.
Michael McCann, CAGS was appointed Interim Principal of Oyster River High School.
Lauren McGrath, CAGS, was selected as Assistant Principal at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham, NH.
Valerie McKinney, M.Ed. accepted the position of Superintendent of Schools, Epping School District, Epping, NH
Dan Mitchell, M.Ed., was named a Union Leader 40 Under Forty and is the assistant principal at Peter Woodbury School in Bedford, New Hampshire
Laura Nelson, M.Ed., J.D. teaches school law for Southern New Hampshire University.
• She co-presented, Transforming Professional Learning for NH Leaders, at the 2015 Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference
Martha Parker-Magagna, Ph.D., is serving a second term as Project Administrator for the Governor's Task Force on STEM K-12 Education, which is charged with developing and implementing recommendations to modernize STEM secondary education in the state. The Task Force is a consortium of educators, business leaders and private citizens from throughout NH. Their initial report is available on the Governor's website.
Anna Parrill, CAGS, received the 2015 New Hampshire Elementary School Principal of the year award.
• Anna transferred to Barron Elementary School in the Salem School District.
Paul Roberts, M.Ed., is in his second year as a history teacher at the Seoul International School in Seoul, South Korea.
David Ryan, CAGS, published a case study, “Careful What You Wish For”, in Leila Sadeghi & Kathe Callanans (Eds.) Leadership in Action: A Casebook for Aspiring Educational Leaders.
John Shea, CAGS, published (September & October 2015) three op/ed pieces in the Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth, NH. He is currently the principal of the International School of Panama.
Emily Squibb (Special Education Administration Certification Program), accepted the position of assistant Professor and Special education coordinator at Hillsboro Deering Middle School.
Amy Tarallo, CAGS, Ed.D. accepted the position as District Director of Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment at SAU #70.
Thomas Waldron (Ed.S.) accepted the position of Assistant Principal of Central School (K-8) in Alton, NH.