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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 […]

Join the National Association of School Psychologists

Join the National Association of School Psychologists

As the world’s largest organization of school psychologists, the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) represents and supports the profession […]

Teachers make an impact even at a distance

Teachers make an impact even at a distance

Shifting their curriculum to an online platform was not the plan for many teachers throughout the country. The COVID-19 pandemic […]

CASE students and professors receive UGS Provost Awards

CASE students and professors receive UGS Provost Awards

The FIU University Graduate School (UGS) has announced the 2020 Provost Awards. Two students and two professors from the College […]

New roles, same 24 hours

New roles, same 24 hours

Although the 24 hours we all have every day hasn’t changed, the amount of roles parents and caregivers have taken […]

Kinesiology students present their findings on physical education

Kinesiology students present their findings on physical education

Students from assistant professor, Jason Kostrna’s research team recently presented their findings on physical education at the Florida Undergraduate Research […]

National School Counseling Week prepares students for the workforce

National School Counseling Week prepares students for the workforce

Feb. 3 marked the beginning of this year’s National School Counseling Week.  Sponsored by the American School Counselor Association, the […]

Professor’s impactful research earns inaugural award

Professor’s impactful research earns inaugural award

The American Psychological Association (APA) recently presented Professor Maureen Kenny with the inaugural Child and Family Citizen Psychologist Award.  The award honors APA Division 37 psychologist […]

Humans of CASE: Johayra Witter

Humans of CASE: Johayra Witter

Inspired by Humans of New York, where Brandon Stanton shares short stories of hundreds of New Yorkers, we went on […]