Spring 2016
  Sajit Zachariah:
A Message from the Dean

Happy New Year and wish you the best for 2016! We expect 2016 to be a busy year in the College. Starting this Spring Semester, our students will experience the new undergraduate curriculum that puts in place a clinical model for teacher preparation. Read More

 
Peter and Sallie Lilienthal initiate new scholarship fund   Education major and student-athlete Katie Webb named Valedictorian

The College of Education and Human Services is the grateful recipient of a three-year scholarship commitment from Peter and Sallie Lilienthal to support students participating in the new CREATE (Curriculum Redesign Effort Advancing Teacher Education) program. Read More

 

Cleveland State University student-athlete Katie Webb was honored as 2015 Class Valedictorian during the Fall Commencement ceremony in December at Wolstein Center. Read More

 
Brian Harper, Abubakar Nasara honored at Convocation   MUST program has Anna Semple ready for the classroom

Dr. Brian Harper and Abubakar Nasara were honored as Distinguished Faculty and Staff, respectively, on October 8, 2015 in Waetjen Auditorium at the Cleveland state University Fall Convocation ceremony. Read More

 

When Anna Semple earned her undergrad degree in English with a creative writing concentration in December 2014 from Cleveland State University, she knew graduate school was her next step. The right program had to be meaningful and impactful. Read More

 
Cleveland State ALD program earns national ranking   Dr. Adam Voight awarded prestigious research grant

The Cleveland State University Adult Learning and Development (ALD) program, part of the Counseling, Administration, Supervision and Adult Learning (CASAL) Department, was recently ranked fifth in the nation among institutions with the program by the website GraduatePrograms.com. Read More

 

Dr. Adam Voight, Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Foundations and Associate Director of the Center for Urban Education, was awarded the prestigious Spencer Foundation Research Grant. Read More

 
Teaching gives Mike Mazzola chance to impact lives   Walton students get a tour of Cleveland State

Mike Mazzola did not take the traditional path out of high school, but his destination is well within reach. It is the only place he wants to be. Read More

 

Walton fourth and fifth graders were recently treated to a journey across the Cleveland State University campus. Read More

 
BCBA program offers students broad view of ABA field   Sport Management major finding success as a sports writer

Maria Helton has her sights set on becoming a school psychologist. She earned her graduate degree in school psychology last May at Cleveland State University and completed the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) program in the process. Read More

 

Randy Farkas is known as the Fantasy Guru, but there is nothing imaginary about his love for sports. The Cleveland State University student, a former scholastic football standout, is now taking his passion beyond the playing field as a staff writer and columnist for Beyond Sports Network. Read More

 

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