News from the School of Education and Psychology

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Granting cultural competence
March 10, 2022

Granting cultural competence

CEED receives grant for new certification training program

Guided steps
January 13, 2022

Guided steps

How six students found their way to Walla Walla University from around the world (part 5 of 6)

Law in the classroom
October 01, 2021

Law in the classroom

Andre Wang teaches law and ethics to future educators

Blake Center conference
April 06, 2021

Blake Center conference

Conference theme to address ‘What Does Equity Look Like?’

Equity teach-in
April 06, 2021

Equity teach-in

Harvard public health specialist to speak for Donald Blake Center annual conference

Advancing equity
March 29, 2021

Advancing equity

WWU Center for Educational Equity and Diversity receives Advancing Equity Grant

We care
March 24, 2021

We care

WWU stands in support of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities

Fall quarter update
August 16, 2020

Fall quarter update

WWU to offer flexible model of class delivery for fall quarter

Fall class options
August 12, 2020

Fall class options

WWU offers fall-quarter classes in three modalities

Fall plans
June 18, 2020

Fall plans

WWU announces adjusted start and end dates for fall quarter

Dean's Desk

The Dean's Desk is the weekly newsletter for the School of Education and Psychology. It is dedicated to improving communication between our departmental students, faculty, staff, and other interested parties and friends. If you have suggestions, announcements, or stories to share, please contact Emily Appel. Your input is important to us.

 

 


Ethos

Ethos is the quarterly newsletter for the School of Education and Psychology. It is dedicated to improving communication between our departmental students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other interested parties and friends. If you have suggestions, announcements, or stories to share, please contact Emily Appel. Your input is important to us.