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FSU College of Education to introduce accelerated teacher education programs

The College of Education at Florida State University will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce to introduce the new accelerated bachelor’s/master’s programs in the School of Teacher Education.  “Today’s teachers are more than just subject matter experts,” said Marcy Driscoll, dean of the FSU College of Education. “They are […]

Educational programs at FSU aim to increase minority women in higher education

Florida State University hosted two intense, one-week programs designed to help women of color, particularly black women, thrive in academia earlier this month.  Nearly 100 women, including undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty members, participated in the Sisters of the Academy (SOTA) Research BootCamp and the Priming the Pipeline mentoring program held July 30 – Aug. 5, […]

FSU Research: Florida’s college continue to make student-centered changes based on 2013 legislation

A new report by Florida State University’s Center for Postsecondary Success found that institutional transformation remains the focus of institutions in the Florida College System as they continue to respond to a state law intended to address student success and developmental education reform in Florida’s colleges.    Researchers at the Center for Postsecondary Success have […]

FSU College of Education alumni among highest impact teachers in Florida

Seventy-one graduates of Florida State University’s College of Education have been recognized by the Florida Department of Education as some of the highest impact teachers in the state. A recent analysis of their former students’ performance on statewide standardized tests found the effect these teachers had on student growth is among the most positive in […]

Florida State University professor receives $4M to further STEM learning research

A Florida State University professor has received three grants within the past year to further her research aimed at making STEM learning more accessible, engaging and effective for students, especially underrepresented minorities. The National Science Foundation and the Institute of Education Sciences awarded a total of $4 million to Valerie Shute, the Mack and Effie […]

New study examines labor market outcomes for students graduating from Hispanic-serving institutions

A new study led by Florida State University faculty member Toby Park finds Hispanic students who attend and graduate from Hispanic-serving colleges and universities have comparable earnings to those who graduate from similarly ranked non-Hispanic-serving institutions.   In recent years, a significant demographic shift has occurred in the U.S. higher education population. Latinos have replaced black […]

Florida State University publishes its first open-access digital textbook

The Florida State University Libraries’ Office of Digital Research and Scholarship is proud to announce the publishing of its first book-length publication, hosted by the Libraries’ open access publishing program. The digital publication, “Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice in Vocational Psychology: Current Status and Future Directions,” contains 20 peer-reviewed papers that examine the challenges and opportunities for integrating […]

FSU invites students and professionals to participate in first education hackathon

The Florida State University College of Education invites innovators and entrepreneurs to hack some of education’s biggest challenges at its first ever education hackathon, “HackEd: Brainstorming Solutions to Issues in Education.” HackED will take place at 8 a.m, Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.  HackEd is a unique, daylong competition designed […]