Dr. Mary Schuh, research associate professor of education and director of development and consumer affairs and the National Center on Inclusive Education at the UNH Institute on Disability (IOD), received the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation Public Policy Fellowship.
The University of New Hampshire was awarded a $200,000 grant from 100Kin10, the national network that aims to train and retain 100,000 excellent K-12 STEM teachers by 2021. The award will support an online professional development program for pre-K to third grade math teachers in New Hampshire.
Ever thought about becoming a teacher? The University of New Hampshire is recruiting individuals interested in teaching in rural NH schools with a background in math or science but who do not yet have ateaching credential for the new Teacher Residency for Rural Education Program (TRRE).
Justin Benna, PhD student in Education has been invited to participate in the 37thAnnual David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in K-12 Educational Administration and Policy by the University Council for Education Administration.
Faculty members inspire students and colleagues through creativity and dedication.
The University of New Hampshire annually selects a small number of outstanding faculty for special recognition of achievement. This year, five faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts are honored for their excellence in teaching and engagement:
Thanks to a five-year $4.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the University of New Hampshire will prepare and support 60 highly qualified elementary and secondary math and science teachers for rural, high-need New Hampshire schools beginning this summer.
Robin Ellwood '85 '93G '13G was among a select group of K-12 teachers nationwide to receive a prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in Washington D.C. earlier this month. Ellwood is an eighth-grade science teacher at Rye Junior High School in N.H.