COE Awards Ceremony
March 31: College of Education Annual Award Ceremony
Dean Metcalf invites you to honor the College's outstanding faculty, students and staff at the Annual Awards Ceremony. Join us Friday, March 31 at 2 p.m. at the Science and Engineering Building (SEB). RSVP to Sheila Bray.
Nevada Policy Journal
Policy Issues in Nevada Education Journal Available Now
The College of Education is committed to engaging in research and evaluation efforts that align with contemporary legislative issues. In advance of the 79th Legislative Session in Nevada, faculty produced ten policy papers on key educational issues. These papers are presented to legislators and stakeholders in our state, and seek to provide non-partisan research and key conclusions. Read the papers and summaries on our Policy Initiatives webpage.
Rodman Picture
Submit Your Application: Rodman Special Education Scholars
The Rodman Special Education Cohort Program is an intensive 1-year program in which undergraduate special education majors can complete their Bachelor of Science degree and be licensed as a generalist special educator. The Rodman Program pays all tuition and fees for the three semesters of coursework during fall 2017 to summer 2018. Submit your application and required materials by May 1, 2017. For more information and to apply, click here.
Conference Notice
Leadership in Higher Education Conference: Call for Proposals
Magna Publications and Academic Leader invite proposals for concurrent sessions for the 2017 Leadership in Higher Education Conference, October 19-21, 2017 in Baltimore, Md. Submit your proposal by March 31!


Project MESA
MESA Abriendo Caminos / Opening Pathways Program addresses Nevada's teacher shortage and growing demographic diversity gap between students and teachers.
Matthew Nishimoto
Matthew Nishimoto, Ph.D., a recent alumna, believes that preservice teacher field experiences impact initial teacher expectations of their early career and of the roles of the principal.
Peter Wiens
Dr. Peter Wiens, a Ph.D. is currently a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Teaching and Learning at the College of Education.
Jenna Weglarz-Ward
Jenna Weglarz-Ward, Ph.D. is as an Assistant Professor specializing in the inclusion of children with children with disabilities.