Education and Human Development

Alumni reflect on graduating in a down economy, job hunting

Alumni reflect on graduating in a down economy, job hunting

College of Arts, Sciences & Education alumni Lili Solorzano and Shelbie Stone shared their experiences and advice on graduating and […]

Podcast: Being an education major and remembering our favorite teachers with Anel Velasquez

Podcast: Being an education major and remembering our favorite teachers with Anel Velasquez

Education runs deep in Anel Velasquez’s family. Her mother is a language arts teacher. Her grandfather taught mathematics in Cuba. […]

Alumnus named North Hennepin Community College’s new president

Alumnus named North Hennepin Community College’s new president

For College of Arts, Sciences & Education alumnus Ronaldo Garcia, diversity matters. That’s what drew him to his current role […]

Getting career ready for the new school year

Getting career ready for the new school year

The 2020-21 academic year will provide you the opportunity to reflect on the goals you want to accomplish. As the […]

Education professor relies on candor, sincerity to advance equality

Education professor relies on candor, sincerity to advance equality

By JoAnn Adkins Isaac Burt doesn’t shy away from complex issues. He has been a counselor in a correctional facility, […]

FIU professor leads school counselor association board

FIU professor leads school counselor association board

By Chrystian Tejedor Sandra Logan, an assistant professor of counseling education, was recently selected chair of the board of directors […]

ADVANCE Florida Network provides benefits to visitors and hosts, says FIU professor

ADVANCE Florida Network provides benefits to visitors and hosts, says FIU professor

By Ashley Garcia Sonia Underwood is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and part of the STEM Transformation Institute, […]

FIU After-School All-Stars helps families during COVID-19 pandemic

FIU After-School All-Stars helps families during COVID-19 pandemic

By Julie Todaro Millions of students, teachers and families depend on school resources for more than learning. For many, this […]

FIU Baseball trio likely to get another season

FIU Baseball trio likely to get another season

An NCAA ruling is giving high-school-turned-college teammates a second chance at their senior season. Recreation and sport management students Derek […]

A message from the Dean on Black Lives Matter

A message from the Dean on Black Lives Matter

Dear CASE Family,  As the largest college at one of the biggest universities in the United States, we have an […]