• Trees on campus

    Spring classes begin Wednesday, January 21

    Registration for Spring classes is underway and continues through the first day of classes. Many School of Education courses can stand alone for professional development or may help you explore the possibility of entering a degree program. Discover the opportunities available to you today!

  • CASDA & PDK logos

    CASDA & PDK District Superintendent's Panel

    Thursday, January 29, 2015, 5-7:30 p.m., UAlbany East Campus
    Reflections on the current state of education, reactions to the Governor's State of the State, budgeting and visioning for the next 3-5 years. Panelists are Charles Dedrick, Cap Region BOCES; Pat Michel, HFM BOCES; James Dexter, WSWHE BOCES. Flyer.

  • School of Education Scholarships

    APPLICATIONS DUE
    FEBRUARY 11, 2015
    Albany, NY (December 10, 2014) - The School of Education offers a number of scholarships, made possible by generous alumni and friends, to provide financial support for students. Forms are available online.

  • Wissman Selected as a 2014 Educator of Excellence

    Albany, NY (August 15, 2014) - Dr. Kelly Wissman, Associate Professor in the Department of Literacy Teaching and Learning, has been selected as a 2014 Educator of Excellence by the New York State English Council. 

  • Farrugia Receives International Education Award

    Albany, NY (March 3, 2014) - Christine Farrugia, doctoral student in EAPS, was selected to receive the 2014 Harold Josephson Award for outstanding graduate work in international education from the Association of International Education Administrators.

  • UAlbany and SUNY Geneseo SOE students teaching in Ghana

    SOE Students to Return to Teach in Africa

    Students from UAlbany and SUNY Geneseo taught in Ghana, Africa last fall semester. Dr. Jerry Rivera-Wilson, Director of Clinical Training & Field Experience for UAlbany's MS in Secondary Education program, documented their travel and teaching experiences in a blog, and the three MSSE student teachers shared what they learned at a panel presentation upon their return in December. This teaching and learning experience proved so beneficial for our participating student teachers that the program will run again in fall 2014.