College of Education & Human Services

Destined for Success

Faculty, academic advisors, Student Advisory Board, classmates, staff, internships and practicum supervisors, student organization advisors, and Alumni Advisory Board are investing their time, expertise, energy, and resources into creating a meaningful university experience for you. Through these sources and student surveys, you shared with us a list of resources that you need to succeed -- and we've been busy putting them into place.

  • Student Retention Fund to provide support when a small amount of money stands between you and graduation
  • Holistic wellness support to help you identify, experience, and impement resources for navigating a complex world today and in the future as as you continue in professions that serve and help others
  • Professional growth programming to develop practical skills for leadership, career path planning, and organizational mangement
  • Community gatherings to connect with your undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral student peers

With your determination and our resources,  success is the only option in the College of Education & Human Services!


Digital Bulletin Board

Click to view this week's highlights of events, meetings, successes, and resources or see the content in-person in Brophy, Currens, Horrabin, and Knoblauch Halls!

 

 

 

Upcoming Events 

August 10-December 12:  Mastering the Essentials of APA Style ( 7th Edition)
2-hour, web-based training provided free of charge by Heartful   Editor.

  • Paper elements and format
  • Writing style and grammar
  • Bias-free language guidelines
  • Mechanics of style
  • Tables and figures
  • Works credited in the text
  • Formatting the reference list.
  • Tips and strategies for  editing  theses, dissertations, manuscripts for publication, and more. 

The same webinar (limited to 500 participants per session) is offered each week, so please register for only one date.

To register, or for more information, please visit  www.heartfuleditor.com/training


Wednesdays: Minorities in Blue Meeting

Join this Law Enforcement & Justice Administration student club for their weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 4:30-5:30 pm in Stipes 114.


Thursdays: Omega Gamma Phi Meeting

Join this Fire Science student club for their weekly meetings on Thursday at 3:30-5:00 pm in Horrabin Hall 95 (across from the Academic Advising Office). All students are welcome!


November 4: Doctoral Student Seminar

A 3-hour seminar from 1:00-4:00 PM Eastern Time (virtual) for doctoral students in student affairs, higher education, and related disciplines. Registration is FREE and attendees receive 2 hours of academic writing coahing and editing support at any time during their doctoral program from Heartful Editor.