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The school of education hosts lunch n' learn event

The 5th.-Year M.Ed. Spring 2017 Lunch n’ Learn was held Tuesday in Dan Waggoner Hall.

Junior and senior students signed in, grabbed pizza, chatted among themselves and were heckled by Dr. 294 more words

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Triple E week in full swing

Texas Wesleyan students seeking to become certified teachers will be  spending this week attending workshops geared toward equipping them for certification exams.

Triple E Week began Monday with a welcome and orientation seminar at Lou’s Place designed to help students organize their thoughts and objectives for the week. 429 more words

Integrated Media


I must admit that I was undecided about starting a blog. Writing never has been my favorite activity, but after due consideration I decided that I should record my journey through graduate school. 206 more words

Graduate Student

College of Ed.: What's Next for Students?

Staff Writer, UAS Whalesong

In the months following the decision to headquarter the College of Education at the UAS campus, students and staff have expressed concerns regarding how the changes will affect students and their degree programs. 525 more words

Campus Life

Introducing Dr. Sterling P. Travis

Never before in my life have I felt this way.  At least, never before in my life have I felt this way so strongly and unwaveringly.   338 more words

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PIGLASAPAT leaders garner School Awards

A formal announcement released by the office of the President on March 29, 2017 contained the names of the students who are about to receive awards in the recently concluded April 1 graduation. 132 more words


UAS College of Education on the Horizon

Staff Writer, UAS Whalesong

As of March 2017, The College of Education Implementation Plan Steering Committee has begun to hold meetings to decide how to best facilitate the transition from individual Schools of Education into the consolidated College of Education at UAS. 608 more words