Mary Brownell

Mary Brownell named UF Distinguished Professor

Mary Brownell, professor of Special Education and director of the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform (CEEDAR) Center, was named a University of Florida Distinguished Professor.
August 5, 2020/by katelynvogt
Leading the way to a brighter future - #2 educational online Master's programs

The UF College of Education remains a leader in online education

The UF College of Education has been ranked No. 1 or 2 by U.S. News & World Report for the past five years.
January 14, 2020/by kaylasharp
A photo of James Patterson with a text overlay that reads - Better readers make better people and citizens. Simply put, I believe reading saves lives.

Novelist’s continued support helps scale up UF literacy initiatives

After a successful first phase, the next chapter of the James Patterson Literacy Challenge is ready to be written.
December 12, 2019/by kaylasharp

CASE recognizes Anita Zucker with James L. Fisher Award for Distinguished Service to Education

Global businesswoman, philanthropist and College of Education alumna (B.A.E. '72) Anita Zucker was recently honored with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) James L. Fisher Award for Distinguished Service to Education.
July 19, 2019/by crdennard

Patricia Snyder Named UF Distinguished Professor

The University of Florida has awarded Patricia Snyder with the rare honor of Distinguished Professor. Snyder is only the seventh College of Education professor to ever receive this distinction.
June 27, 2019/by labellebrittany
Melanie Acosta and Diedre Houchen

Triple Gators receive AACTE 2019 Outstanding Article Award

Triple gators Melanie Acosta (B.S. ‘02, M.Ed. ‘09, Ph.D. ‘13) and Diedre Houchen (B.S. ‘05, M.A.E. ‘09, Ph.D. ‘15) recently received the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) 2019 Outstanding Article Award in recognition of their collaborative work published in the Journal of Teacher Education.
June 26, 2019/by crdennard