Opportunities at CEBS
Welcome from the Dean
As we approach the end of another the academic year, on behalf of the faculty and staff I would like to congratulate each of our upcoming graduates and wish each the best as they begin a new career or continue in their chosen profession. This is an exciting time and one that offers new opportunities.
In addition to these who are graduating in May or completing their program of study this summer, others are enrolling in postsecondary education programs for the upcoming academic year. The undergraduate and graduate programs in the College build on a firm foundation in the liberal arts and engage students in a variety of learning experiences both in and outside the classroom setting. Increased opportunities are provided for students to participate in international learning experiences, working with faculty on scholarly endeavors, and enhancing their skills for success while in college and upon graduation.
Our students and graduates are making a difference in the lives of those they serve and I would encourage you to explore our website for additional information about programs and opportunities within the College. We are "Empowering individuals to lead and serve our dynamic world."
CEBS Alumni News
Dee Anna Crump has been hired as Warren Elementary School assistant principal. She replaces Eric Wilson, now the new Principal of Alternative Programs for Warren County Public Schools. (more alumni news)
- Learning Analytics Seminar by Guest Speaker, Dr. Xiao Hu from University of Hong Kong (8/1)
- Ransdell visits ROTC students at Fort Knox (7/2)
- CEBS hosts the 2014 Young Male Leadership Academy Summer Camp (6/20; Video)
- GRREC expands to 40 school districts (6/17)
- Educators visit Confucian Temple (6/16)
- Doctoral Digest, May 2014
- CEBS partnership with Arts & Letters College highlighted in latest version of Potter College news letter [see pg. 10] (5/8)
- 2014 Student Awards: College Of Education And Behavioral Sciences (5/1)
- WKU School Of Teacher Education Releases 'Explore The Core' Math Series (4/3)
- View From The Hill – WKU ROTC Participating in Bataan Memorial Death March (3/14)
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