Fall 2014
  Sajit Zachariah:
A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the Fall 2014 edition of Connections. This edition of Connections coincides with the start of the 50th Anniversary celebration of Cleveland State University. We intend to celebrate this important milestone with a variety of events throughout the year. Read More

Murray Winland earns Distinguished Alumni Award   Doctoral Student Reunion part of 50th Anniversary celebration

Murray Winland, M.Ed. ’93, has been selected to receive the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Education and Human Services. Read More


Cleveland State University’s College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) hosts its Doctoral Student Reunion at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. Read More

Dr. Joanne Goodell earns Distinguished Faculty Award   CHAMPS program has winning formula for high school students

Dr. Joanne Goodell has been selected to receive the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award for Service. Read More


Dr. Rob Ferguson didn’t know it at the time. How could he? Building a program that shapes futures and changes lives isn’t a given. Read More

Trio of tenure-track faculty join College of Education   CREATE Institute has design on teacher prep model of future

We are pleased to welcome Adam Voight, James Kilbane and Wendy Green to CSU's College of Education and Human Services as tenure-track faculty beginning this Fall Semester. Read More


Teaching is an art form. Finding a formula that engages students and facilitates learning isn’t an overnight process. Read More

'Behind the Scenes' with Paula Mason   Campus International School named IB World School

We go "Behind the Scenes" with Paula Mason as she tells us about her department, her role at Cleveland State and the last concert she attended. Read More


Campus International School received accreditation from The International Baccalaureate Organization. Read More

Students prove quick studies with research projects   CSU prof uses gardening to grow new opportunities for students

Let’s face it. The word research is daunting. Mention it and most students within earshot will swiftly seek shelter from every stress-inducing syllable. Read More


A plot of earth lush with ripe vegetables and blooming pops of colorful foliage acts as a lesson plan in the project-based learning environment. Read More


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