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He will be missed: Professor Emeritus John Newell dies at 91

John Michael Newell, Ph.D., 91, a professor emeritus of educational psychology and a 30-year member of the graduate faculty at the UF College of Education, passed away Sunday, June 11, in Gainesville. He was a longtime instructor in the Department […]


UF hosting leadership summit for Florida educators June 13-16

School's out for the summer, but some teachers and administrators from school districts around the state will stay sharp and learn new instructional leadership practices for the fall by attending an intensive professional development program June 13-16 at the University of Florida.


5 Education Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

As educators, we’re always exploring ways to better student’s lives. And on this noble journey, it always helps to hear from people in the trenches of classrooms and academia. While the five podcasts relating to education featured below are by […]


PK Yonge School’s Tony-winning musical tackles social justice issues with 1920s tunes, laughter

Can it be: 1920s themed musicals a “go-to” for teaching high school students about discrimination, bias, and social justice? That’s definitely not what P.K. Yonge School Performing Arts faculty thought upon first read through the script of The Drowsy Chaperone. […]


UF College of Education Ranked Among Best Programs for Veterans Nationwide

The College of Education at the University of Florida ranks among the top education programs for military veterans nationwide, according to a new national ranking. Two of the college’s specialties rated in the top 10 for providing the best education […]


COE repeats No. 1 ranking in US for online graduate degrees

U.S. News and World Report rated the distance education program at the University of Florida College of Education as America’s best online graduate education degree program for the second consecutive year.


The making of America’s best online graduate education program

By JASON ARNOLD Director of E-learning, Technology & Creative Services (ETC) UF College of Education The UF College of Education has always strived to offer the most innovative and student-centered online graduate degree programs in the country. If we’re not […]


Learning Gains from our Brains

Faculty scholars are merging neuroscience and education research to personalize multimedia and online learning UF education technology researcher Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko has never been afraid to take risks and go against convention. His pioneering spirit emerged in the 1990s in […]


Counselor Ed. volunteers reflect on Orlando Pulse nightclub tragedy

Several months have passed since a gunman killed 49 people and wounded 53 at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando in what was the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history — a horrific tragedy the likes of which rarely strikes so […]


No waiting until 2017 for Room 2323 upgrades— thanks to gift

While top-to-bottom renovations of UF’s Norman Hall aren’t due to begin until spring of 2017, private donations have allowed the College of Education to upgrade three classrooms in its 82-year-old academic home over the past year. The latest makeover is […]


National survey: UF education students score high marks in voter participation

Register to Vote Oct. 6 The College of Education and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service will co-host a voter registration event at Norman Hall Thursday, Oct. 6, from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Students not yet registered are […]