College of Education
” We at the College of Education believe that inspired teaching, innovative research and community engagement can fuel positive change for children and families in the most need. Our goal is to elevate our efforts to meet the educational and health demands of the 21 st century. “
Dean Robert H. McPherson
College of Education
University of Houston
Stephen Power Farish Hall
3657 Cullen Blvd. Room 214
Houston, TX 77204-5023
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INSPIRING STUDENTS. ADVANCING EQUITY. CHANGING THE WORLD.
The College of Education merges research and real-world experience to train teachers, principals, counselors, psychologists, health educators and other academic leaders. Our programs have drawn national recognition, and our research activities have more than doubled in the last five years. The college is committed to helping eradicate inequities in education and health in order to transform communities globally, starting with Houston, one of the nation’s largest and most diverse cities. Join us.
Faculty and staff from the College of Education volunteered weekly as tutors for first-graders at Crockett Elementary, contributing to tremendous growth in the students reading skills.
A new grant from Raise Your Hand Texas and H-E-B chairman and CEO Charles Butt will provide increased scholarships and mentoring for select teaching majors at the College of Education.
Health Education Professor Norma Olvera has joined a select group of science fellows chosen by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. She plans to use the experience to fuel her work preventing childhood obesity.
Leaders of education colleges around the country came together at the University of Houston to discuss how they are transforming teacher preparation as part of the national reform network US PREP.