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    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: Faculty Update

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: Public Policy Program Updates

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: Leadership in Student Affairs Program Update

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: International Leadership Program Update

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Launch of Executive Coaching Certificate

      Thu, Mar 20, 2014
    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Event Reports

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      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      Learn more about past and upcoming events in the Leadership, Policy and Administration Department ...

      Read more >>


    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Faculty Book Shelf

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      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      Dr. John Holst has an eclectic reading list over the winter months ...

      Read more >>


    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Licensure Update

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      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      This issue’s licensure update has to be short because Dr. Dave Peterson took the M.A. in Educational Leadership international and has been busy with its logistics. Partnering with the Qatar Leadership Academy (QLA) in Doha, Qatar, the Department of Leadership, Policy and Administration will be training faculty and administration at the school. QLA is subsidizing 50 percent of the tuition of their own participating employees as a part of their continued efforts to invest in the holistic development of the boarding school through the faculty, staff and student body.

      The connection was initiated by Jamie Steckart, an alum of the ...

      Read more >>


    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Chair's Corner

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      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      I don’t usually include a title here, but if there was one it would be something like “Leadership in a Period of Change.” I have in mind two foci for discussing this topic. The first is as concerns St. Thomas, the college and the Department of Leadership, Policy and Administration. The second focus of my comments is the field of leadership studies and research.

      First, there are big changes occurring in our institutional neck of the woods. Starting at the top, we have a new president, Dr. Julie Sullivan, whose last stop (as provost) was at the University of San Diego ...

      Read more >>


    • Anticipated Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Shortage in Minnesota

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      Tue, Sep 10, 2013

      Every two years, the Educator Licensing Division of the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) is tasked with producing a report on the supply and demand of teachers. This report summarizes the findings and highlights the perceived teacher shortage areas and trends as measured by the data collected. The full 2013 report is available to the public on the Minnesota Department of Education website...

      Read more >>


    • CELC Announces New Dean

      Fri, Jun 14, 2013

      Dr. Mark Salisbury, a program director and professor at the University of New Mexico, will become the new dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling at St. Thomas on Aug. 10.

      Salisbury will succeed Dr. David Rigoni, announced Dr. Susan Huber, executive vice president and chief academic officer. Rigoni has served as interim dean since October, when Dr. Bruce Kramer stepped down because of his Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis...

      Read more >>


    • CUE Program Accepting Applications

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      Mon, May 27, 2013

      CUE is a graduate level teacher license program offered in partnership by the University of St. Thomas and the state of Minnesota to bring diversity into the teaching profession.

      CUE funding for the next two years is dependent MN legislative session and the final funding level will impact the number of students accepted and licenses offered. Depending on funding, possible licenses offered by the CUE program are Special Education and English As a Second Language...

      Read more >>


    • CELC Honors Seven with Common Good Award

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      Fri, Apr 26, 2013

      The award was established by Dr. Bruce Kramer and presented to the entirety of the CELC community earlier this year. The plaque which hangs in the hallway outside of MOH 217 reads:

      In 2010, Dean Bruce Kramer was diagnosed with the debilitating, fatal disease, ALS. In his time of exceptional need, College of Education, Leadership and Counseling staff, students, faculty and board gave of their time, talent and resources to support Bruce and his family beyond any expectation of thanks or acknowledgment...

      Read more >>


    • 2013 Leader Letter: Chair's Corner

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      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      Hi again. This issue marks the return of the Leader Letter. As you probably noticed, it’s been almost two years since the last one, due mostly to a major website restructuring at the college level. I’ll discuss the larger processes that also occurred during this period a bit later, but for now will merely note that many of you made it clear that our periodic updates were sorely missed.

      This time around the Leader Letter will be designed primarily for web-based delivery. The new format offers a number of advantages, including less cost and better capacity for mixing...

      Read more >>


    • 2013 Leader Letter: Licensure Update

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      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      The recently completed 2012-13 school year was very successful for the administrative licensure program at the University of St. Thomas. One of the highlights was in November 2012, when accreditation teams visited from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Minnesota Board of School Administrators (BOSA). Their review teams spent two full days on campus, meeting with faculty and students associated with the...

      Read more >>


    • 2013 Leader Letter: Alumni Update

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      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      The Administrative Licensure Program has a high rate of placement of its graduates in leadership positions in school organizations. UST graduates are asked to inform Licensure Coordinator Dave Peterson (dwpeterson@stthomas.edu) when you move into a new leadership position so we can recognize your accomplishment and add your name to the growing list of UST graduates who are moving into leadership positions. The following are just a few examples of...

      Read more >>


    • Accepting Applications for the University of St. Thomas Teacher Fellows Program

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      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      A fellowship program designed to help middle- and high-school educators become extraordinary classroom teachers is seeking candidates for the 2013-2014 school year.

      The University of St. Thomas School of Education is recruiting five to eight secondary-level teachers to participate in the 2013-2014 Teaching Fellowship program. Each participant in the program receives three graduate-level academic credits, an iPad and course books.

      The goal of the St. Thomas Teacher Fellowship is to bring together a group of...

      Read more >>


    • Muffet Trout publishes "Making the Moment Matter: Care Theory for Teacher Learning"

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      Tue, Nov 27, 2012

      Muffet Trout, Ph.D. and Assistant Professor in CELC’s Teacher Education department, recently published “Making the Moment Matter: Care Theory for Teacher Learning.”

      Three years in the making, “Making the Moment Matter” is Trout’s first book and a self-study of her own teaching practice. It takes a look at the development of relationships in educational settings through a series of narratives: four chapters chronicling four different relationships, in which Trout uses Nel Noddings’ care theory to analyze her own teaching style.

      Read more >>


    • Kramer Announces Medical Leave

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      Thu, Oct 4, 2012 St. Thomas Newsroom

      Dr. Bruce Kramer announced today that he is taking a leave of absence, effective immediately, as dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling in order to deal with his amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

      Kramer told a luncheon meeting of CELC faculty, staff and advisory board members that he believes he no longer can work because of the progression of his ALS, which was diagnosed in December 2010.

      Read more >>


    • Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services celebrates 10 years

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      Fri, Sep 28, 2012 CELC Staff

      The three Deans, Barbara Shank (Social Work), Neil Hamilton (School of Law), and Bruce Kramer (College of Education, Leadership & Counseling) prepare to cut the ribbons to officially open the new location of the University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services (IPC).

      A ceremony was held on Monday, September 24th to mark this historic occasion and to celebrate the IPC's 10 years of successful service to the community.

      Read more >>


    • School of Education Selects 10 Metro Educators for Teaching Fellowship Program

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      Wed, Sep 19, 2012 St. Thomas Newsroom

      The University of St. Thomas School of Education has selected 10 middle and high school educators to participate in the second cohort of  a fellowship program designed to produce extraordinary classroom teachers.

      The 10 were selected from 89 applicants from 25 school districts in the Twin Cities metro area.

      Each participant in the yearlong St. Thomas Teaching Fellowship program receives...

      Read more >>


    • College of Applied Professional Studies to Receive New Name, Effective Sept. 1

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      In recent years, faculty and staff members in our College of Applied Professional Studies (CAPS) have expressed increasing concerns that the name of the college does not appropriately describe the academic programs that we offer.

      “We have been advised,” Dean Bruce Kramer wrote to me earlier this semester, “that our current college name is ambiguous, means little to our potential student audiences and is not recognized by our alumni. Our current students and alumni have related to us that they feel...

      Read more >>


News

    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: Faculty Update

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: Public Policy Program Updates

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: Leadership in Student Affairs Program Update

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Fall 2014 Leader Letter: International Leadership Program Update

      Tue, Oct 7, 2014
    • Launch of Executive Coaching Certificate

      Thu, Mar 20, 2014
    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Event Reports

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      Learn more about past and upcoming events in the Leadership, Policy and Administration Department ...

      Read more >>


    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Faculty Book Shelf

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      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      Dr. John Holst has an eclectic reading list over the winter months ...

      Read more >>


    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Licensure Update

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      This issue’s licensure update has to be short because Dr. Dave Peterson took the M.A. in Educational Leadership international and has been busy with its logistics. Partnering with the Qatar Leadership Academy (QLA) in Doha, Qatar, the Department of Leadership, Policy and Administration will be training faculty and administration at the school. QLA is subsidizing 50 percent of the tuition of their own participating employees as a part of their continued efforts to invest in the holistic development of the boarding school through the faculty, staff and student body.

      The connection was initiated by Jamie Steckart, an alum of the ...

      Read more >>


    • Spring 2014 Leader Letter: Chair's Corner

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      Wed, Feb 19, 2014

      I don’t usually include a title here, but if there was one it would be something like “Leadership in a Period of Change.” I have in mind two foci for discussing this topic. The first is as concerns St. Thomas, the college and the Department of Leadership, Policy and Administration. The second focus of my comments is the field of leadership studies and research.

      First, there are big changes occurring in our institutional neck of the woods. Starting at the top, we have a new president, Dr. Julie Sullivan, whose last stop (as provost) was at the University of San Diego ...

      Read more >>


    • Anticipated Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Shortage in Minnesota

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Tue, Sep 10, 2013

      Every two years, the Educator Licensing Division of the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) is tasked with producing a report on the supply and demand of teachers. This report summarizes the findings and highlights the perceived teacher shortage areas and trends as measured by the data collected. The full 2013 report is available to the public on the Minnesota Department of Education website...

      Read more >>


    • CELC Announces New Dean

      Fri, Jun 14, 2013

      Dr. Mark Salisbury, a program director and professor at the University of New Mexico, will become the new dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling at St. Thomas on Aug. 10.

      Salisbury will succeed Dr. David Rigoni, announced Dr. Susan Huber, executive vice president and chief academic officer. Rigoni has served as interim dean since October, when Dr. Bruce Kramer stepped down because of his Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis...

      Read more >>


    • CUE Program Accepting Applications

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      Mon, May 27, 2013

      CUE is a graduate level teacher license program offered in partnership by the University of St. Thomas and the state of Minnesota to bring diversity into the teaching profession.

      CUE funding for the next two years is dependent MN legislative session and the final funding level will impact the number of students accepted and licenses offered. Depending on funding, possible licenses offered by the CUE program are Special Education and English As a Second Language...

      Read more >>


    • CELC Honors Seven with Common Good Award

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Fri, Apr 26, 2013

      The award was established by Dr. Bruce Kramer and presented to the entirety of the CELC community earlier this year. The plaque which hangs in the hallway outside of MOH 217 reads:

      In 2010, Dean Bruce Kramer was diagnosed with the debilitating, fatal disease, ALS. In his time of exceptional need, College of Education, Leadership and Counseling staff, students, faculty and board gave of their time, talent and resources to support Bruce and his family beyond any expectation of thanks or acknowledgment...

      Read more >>


    • 2013 Leader Letter: Chair's Corner

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      Hi again. This issue marks the return of the Leader Letter. As you probably noticed, it’s been almost two years since the last one, due mostly to a major website restructuring at the college level. I’ll discuss the larger processes that also occurred during this period a bit later, but for now will merely note that many of you made it clear that our periodic updates were sorely missed.

      This time around the Leader Letter will be designed primarily for web-based delivery. The new format offers a number of advantages, including less cost and better capacity for mixing...

      Read more >>


    • 2013 Leader Letter: Licensure Update

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      The recently completed 2012-13 school year was very successful for the administrative licensure program at the University of St. Thomas. One of the highlights was in November 2012, when accreditation teams visited from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Minnesota Board of School Administrators (BOSA). Their review teams spent two full days on campus, meeting with faculty and students associated with the...

      Read more >>


    • 2013 Leader Letter: Alumni Update

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      The Administrative Licensure Program has a high rate of placement of its graduates in leadership positions in school organizations. UST graduates are asked to inform Licensure Coordinator Dave Peterson (dwpeterson@stthomas.edu) when you move into a new leadership position so we can recognize your accomplishment and add your name to the growing list of UST graduates who are moving into leadership positions. The following are just a few examples of...

      Read more >>


    • Accepting Applications for the University of St. Thomas Teacher Fellows Program

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Thu, Mar 21, 2013

      A fellowship program designed to help middle- and high-school educators become extraordinary classroom teachers is seeking candidates for the 2013-2014 school year.

      The University of St. Thomas School of Education is recruiting five to eight secondary-level teachers to participate in the 2013-2014 Teaching Fellowship program. Each participant in the program receives three graduate-level academic credits, an iPad and course books.

      The goal of the St. Thomas Teacher Fellowship is to bring together a group of...

      Read more >>


    • Muffet Trout publishes "Making the Moment Matter: Care Theory for Teacher Learning"

      Muffet Trout publishes 150x170
      Tue, Nov 27, 2012

      Muffet Trout, Ph.D. and Assistant Professor in CELC’s Teacher Education department, recently published “Making the Moment Matter: Care Theory for Teacher Learning.”

      Three years in the making, “Making the Moment Matter” is Trout’s first book and a self-study of her own teaching practice. It takes a look at the development of relationships in educational settings through a series of narratives: four chapters chronicling four different relationships, in which Trout uses Nel Noddings’ care theory to analyze her own teaching style.

      Read more >>


    • Kramer Announces Medical Leave

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      Thu, Oct 4, 2012 St. Thomas Newsroom

      Dr. Bruce Kramer announced today that he is taking a leave of absence, effective immediately, as dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling in order to deal with his amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

      Kramer told a luncheon meeting of CELC faculty, staff and advisory board members that he believes he no longer can work because of the progression of his ALS, which was diagnosed in December 2010.

      Read more >>


    • Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services celebrates 10 years

      IPC Ribbon Cutting 150x170. Photo by Olga Ivanova. Guest tour new facility at the Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services on Monday, September 24, 2012.
      Fri, Sep 28, 2012 CELC Staff

      The three Deans, Barbara Shank (Social Work), Neil Hamilton (School of Law), and Bruce Kramer (College of Education, Leadership & Counseling) prepare to cut the ribbons to officially open the new location of the University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services (IPC).

      A ceremony was held on Monday, September 24th to mark this historic occasion and to celebrate the IPC's 10 years of successful service to the community.

      Read more >>


    • School of Education Selects 10 Metro Educators for Teaching Fellowship Program

      News Placeholder 150x170
      Wed, Sep 19, 2012 St. Thomas Newsroom

      The University of St. Thomas School of Education has selected 10 middle and high school educators to participate in the second cohort of  a fellowship program designed to produce extraordinary classroom teachers.

      The 10 were selected from 89 applicants from 25 school districts in the Twin Cities metro area.

      Each participant in the yearlong St. Thomas Teaching Fellowship program receives...

      Read more >>


    • College of Applied Professional Studies to Receive New Name, Effective Sept. 1

      News Placeholder 150x170

      In recent years, faculty and staff members in our College of Applied Professional Studies (CAPS) have expressed increasing concerns that the name of the college does not appropriately describe the academic programs that we offer.

      “We have been advised,” Dean Bruce Kramer wrote to me earlier this semester, “that our current college name is ambiguous, means little to our potential student audiences and is not recognized by our alumni. Our current students and alumni have related to us that they feel...

      Read more >>


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