Teaching and learning

Unexpected diagnosis couldn’t keep education grad from earning Ph.D.

Unexpected diagnosis couldn’t keep education grad from earning Ph.D.

Life has a tendency to throw unexpected curveballs. Elizabeth Aguila’s curveball came with a terrible headache — and at a […]

CASE Spring 2021 Real Triumphs Graduates

CASE Spring 2021 Real Triumphs Graduates

A diverse group of men and women in background, nationality, interests and ambitions, these individuals are shining examples of what […]

‘No excuses. I’m still here.’

‘No excuses. I’m still here.’

Beep. Beep. Beep. Every hour and a half on every treatment day, Teresa Murphy heard the beeps, the sound of […]

Education student named 2021 Truman Scholarship finalist

Education student named 2021 Truman Scholarship finalist

Melanie Rodriguez is one of 193 finalists from 129 institutions vying for the influential Harry S. Truman Scholarship. This year, […]

Professor Cramer’s passion for helping others shines through research, mentorship

Professor Cramer’s passion for helping others shines through research, mentorship

By Ashley Garcia Elizabeth Cramer is passionate about helping others. Cramer is a professor of special education and the Graduate […]

FIU@Home: Explore holiday traditions around the world

FIU@Home: Explore holiday traditions around the world

Home is the first learning laboratory. This series brings opportunities to discover, explore and create to life-long learners everywhere. Through […]

Webinar: Trauma-informed care

Webinar: Trauma-informed care

The School of Education and Human Development hosted a free webinar focused on trauma-informed approaches and care strategies that teachers […]

2020 Faculty Convocation Awards Ceremony

2020 Faculty Convocation Awards Ceremony

Each year, the Office of the Provost recognizes individuals with significant achievements in their scholarly pursuits during the annual Faculty […]

Alumna whips up her own business

Alumna whips up her own business

A couple of Asians, an American and a European walked into an Argentinian kitchen. They all walked out with something […]

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. […]