College of Education and Professional Studies

 

▼   Vision Statement
The vision of the College of Education and Professional Studies is to prepare exemplary professionals committed to life-long learning who are leaders in contributing to the betterment of our diverse and dynamic world.
▼   Mission Statement
The mission of the College of Education and Professional studies is to transform our community and expand our outreach through a commitment to excellence in education and human services, advancement of innovative research, and supporting the dedicated service of our faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
▼   Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

The College of Education and Professional Studies is committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive environment where every student's unique identity is valued and respected, and in which students feel safe to explore their intellectual, interpersonal and professional development in order to serve competently in a multicultural world.

The risk of engaging in bias is always present and requires constant vigilance. Faculty, staff and administrators of the College of Education and Professional Studies are dedicated to making an active, conscious, and intentional effort to provide educational experiences, conduct research, and provide community service in a manner which furthers our collective capacity for civil discourse, which actively combats racism, sexism and other forms of bigotry, and which reflects an appreciation for diverse values and cultures of all people.

 

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'Two-in-One Dream Come True' for Health Promotion Grad
Thursday - June 23, 2022
When Mi'Asia Barclay accepted a health coordinator job with the Morehouse School of Medicine, the city of Atlanta loomed large in her imagination.
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Reading Education in the Era of Literacy Legislation
Reading Education in the Era of Literacy Legislation
Tuesday - June 14, 2022
Dr. Lauren Brannan, assistant professor of reading education, was awarded an internal research grant from the University of South Alabama College of Education and Professional Studies for a project titled "Reading Education in the Era of Literacy Legislation."
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To PETE, or Not to PETE - That is the Question
To PETE, or Not to PETE - That is the Question
Thursday - June 9, 2022
Dr. Craig Parkes, assistant professor in the Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Sport, was awarded an internal research grant from the University of South Alabama College of Education and Professional Studies.
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