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Professor Karen Westberg featured on Wandering Educators

Karen Westbwerg featured on Wandering Educators.

Karen Westberg, Ph.D. of our Special Education and Gifted Education department was recently featured on Wandering Educators, a blog and resource guide for educators who travel. She discussed the myriad ways a degree in Gifted, Creative and Talented Education can benefit teachers working abroad. Read more on the Wandering Educators website, or watch Karen's interview!

CELC News Highlights

  • A Welcome Message from President Sullivan

    August 28, 2014

    Watch as President Sullivan welcomes students back to a new year!


  • New scholarship offered for Public Safety and Law Enforcement leaders

    July 14, 2014

    The College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling is now offering incoming masters students in Public Safety & Law Enforcement Leadership (PSLEL) in each cohort the opportunity to apply for a scholarship. The award, known as the Mikulay Scholarship, provides up to $5,000 in tuition annually. There will be one scholarship awarded for each masters’ cohort.

    Learn more about how to apply for the scholarship: Mikulay/Misencik Scholarship for Public Safety and Law Enforcement Leaders


  • Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan receives award

    June 02, 2014

    Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Special Education and Gifted Education, recently won the Blackboard Catalyst Award for Exemplary Course Program, which recognizes faculty and course designers from schools, colleges and universities around the world who develop exciting and innovative courses that represent the very best in technology and learning.

    Brusnahan’s “Fundamentals of Mild to Moderate Disabilities” course was chosen based on Blackboard’s criteria of course design, interaction, collaboration, assessment and learner support. The course was also named a Director’s Choice for Courses with Distinction, an even higher honor among the winning courses.


  • Two fellowships available to teach English in China

    May 26, 2014

    Youth for Understanding (YFU), a reputable non-profit organization in China, is offering two fellowships to teach English and American culture in Shanghai, China for UST students at the School of Education. The fellowships will run from July 15 to August 1, 2014. These positions are ideal for clinical practice, practicum or internship projects.

    William Brendel, Ed.D., assistant professor, and C. Candace Chou, Ph.D., associate professor, both of the Organization Learning and Development department, forged a connection with YFU during a spring break study abroad program in which UST students gained experiences in organization development consulting in an international context.

    Please send resumes to Mr. Yu Yang at yuyang@yfuchina.cn.


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