College of Education

FSU School of Teacher Education announces new director

Florida State University’s School of Teacher Education within the College of Education has appointed a new director. Kathleen Clark, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics education in the College of Education, will provide leadership to faculty, students and staff within the School of Teacher Education, which houses more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and […]

FSU experts available to share research insights for Autism Acceptance Month

The Autism Society of America celebrates April as Autism Acceptance Month as part of the organization’s efforts to build a better awareness of the signs, symptoms and realities of autism. Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. […]

A year of COVID-19: Researchers pivot to answer questions raised by the pandemic

When news started circulating early last year about a virus in China that was spreading like wildfire, Associate Professor of Biological Science Jonathan Dennis was in the middle of his normal spring semester activities.  He was teaching classes and working on several projects in his lab related to the role of chromatin in gene regulation.   But when the […]

FSU researchers collaborate on NSF-funded science education project

A research team led by faculty from the Florida State University College of Education is helping science educators teach their students to think like scientists. Findings from the first phase of their project “Learning through Collaborative Design — Professional Development” were published last month in the journal Scientia. “Science, like many disciplines, has specific ways of […]

FSU Office of Research Development to fund research of microaggressions and bystander intervention

A Florida State University program to promote interdisciplinary research will fund a trio of College of Education researchers investigating subtle racial insults and bystander intervention. The researchers will investigate brief, commonplace behavior that communicates negative racial slights — called racial microaggressions — and how bystanders can step in to disarm the situation. Assistant Professor Laura […]

Three FSU students earn prestigious fellowships from the AAUW

Three Florida State University graduate students have been awarded fellowships from the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Natali Ramirez-Bullon and Alexandra Hooks, two doctoral students in the Department of Biological Science, earned the American Fellowship. Sohaila Isaqzai, a doctoral student in the College of Education’s International and Multicultural Education graduate program, was awarded the […]

Four FSU online graduate programs place in Top 20 of latest U.S. News rankings

Florida State University’s online graduate programs continue to earn recognition as some of the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Online Programs. Four of the university’s online graduate programs are ranked among the Top 20 in the nation, including two in the Top 8. “These rankings are a […]

FSU College of Education professor receives award from national student affairs organization

An associate professor of higher education at Florida State University has been recognized by the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) for her outstanding work in the student affairs profession. Kathy Guthrie, a faculty member in FSU’s College of Education, was selected as the recipient of the 2021 Robert H. Shaffer Award for Academic […]

FSU Sport Management program ranked No. 1 in the nation

Florida State University’s doctoral degree program in sport management is the top program in the nation, according to College Choice, a leading online authority on college rankings and resources. The No. 1-ranked sport management program, housed in FSU’s College of Education, is based on four thematic pillar areas: Legal & Policy Issues in Sport, Management in Sport, […]

FSU College of Education to honor 2020 distinguished alumni

The Florida State University College of Education has named its Distinguished Alumni for 2020. The college will be recognizing eight individuals for their achievements in the field of education during a virtual ceremony. “I am honored to welcome the newest class of Distinguished Alumni back to the College of Education,” said Damon Andrew, dean of […]

FSU College of Education to host COE Preview Week

Florida State University’s College of Education is hosting COE Preview Week, a virtual graduate programs open house. At this event, prospective students will be able to learn more about the college’s graduate programs and certificate programs from faculty, admissions staff and students. They’ll also be able take a virtual tour of FSU’s campus, as well as the Stone […]