News & Events
PAM YOUNG AWARDED CATHOLIC HEALTH PARTNERS’ AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN GOVERNANCE LEADERSHIP
Dr. Pam Young, Director of Accreditation at the School of Education & Health Sciences, was honored for her work in community health by Catholic Health Partners (CHP).
CHP Board Chair Cathy Eldridge had this to say about Dr. Young's service: “[She] has been a leader devoted to assuring quality, effective, compassionate healthcare in Springfield, Ohio, for decades. She entered our ministry as a representative of a long-time competitor that ultimately came together in partnership with us to create a new way to serve Springfield and the surrounding area."
Dr. Young served for ten years on the Board of Community Mercy Health Partners, and has given a lifetime of service to education and community health.
- Read about Dr. Young's service in the Springfield News-Sun >>
- Read about Dr. Young's service in Community Merchy Health Partner News >>
The Department of Teacher Education has moved to the College Park Center!
As of Monday, May 19, the faculty and staff of the Department of Teacher Education from the School of Education & Health Sciences have relocated to the sixth floor of the College Park Center (CPC). The CPC is located on Brown Street, across from the main campus. Our new office location is CPC 680.
UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON EDUCATION PROGRAMS ACCREDITED BY INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION
The International Dyslexia Association accredited the University of Dayton this month for having met the standards outlined in the IDA's Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading. Read more >>
BOMBECK DIRECTOR PRESENTS TO CITY COMMISSION
Director Ashley Smith presented to the Dayton City Commission on behalf of the Bombeck Family Learning Center, which received the City of Learners Award. Her presentation lasts from 1:27 to 7:37.
According to the U.S. World and News Report, the online offerings at the University of Dayton's School of Education & Health Sciences are now among the best in the nation! Read the article >>
Undergrad TESOL Certificate Application Now Available
The application for admission to the undergraduate Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certificate program is here! The undergraduate TESOL certificate program is for current University of Dayton undergraduate students of any major. It prepares students to teach English as an additional language in post-secondary schools, adult education settings, and private language institutes in the U.S. and abroad.
Just before Memorial Day, Teacher Education's Dr. Joe Watras flew more than 7,000 miles to Beijing to attend the Global Education Seminar. Read "A firsthand experience" from UD Quickly >>
Teachers who graduate from the University of Dayton are better prepared and more of their students exceed expectations compared to the average graduate of other Ohio
This year’s theme is Charism, Culture and Curriculum. Participants and supporters will include educators from PK-12 Catholic Schools; personnel from Archdiocesan/Diocesan Catholic School Offices; members of the philanthropic community; and faculty, staff and administrators from Catholic higher education.