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Science Education/Physics FTES Guide

Welcome to Science Education! We strongly recommend that you read this guide before completing your First Term Enrollment Selections (FTES). To select your fall courses: Review this guide and all related materials found on links in the FTES form itself. Complete each page of FTES and save all entries by clicking Save to Submit Later...
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Mathematics Education FTES Guide

Welcome to Mathematics Education! We strongly recommend that you read this guide before completing your First Term Enrollment Selections (FTES). To select your fall courses: Review this guide and all related materials found on links in the FTES form itself. Complete each page of FTES and save all entries by clicking Save to Submit Later...
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English Education FTES Guide

Welcome to English Education! We strongly recommend that you read this guide before completing your First Term Enrollment Selections (FTES). To select your fall courses: Review this guide and all related materials found on links in the FTES form itself. Complete each page of FTES and save all entries by clicking Save to Submit Later...
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Simulations Guide Student Veterans Facing Unique Challenges in Higher Education

Members of the Syracuse University community join forces on a new project from Teaching and Leadership professor Benjamin Dotger that gives student veterans an opportunity to talk openly about their nontraditional experiences and challenges on campus. Student veterans Katherine Quartaro and Daniel Cordial say they were both “simply curious” when they first read about a...
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Inclusive Elementary and Special Education (Grades 1-6), B.S.

The B.S. program in Inclusive Elementary and Special Education helps graduates make a difference in the lives of children through a strong inclusive education and content area foundation, making them engaging educators and advocates for their students. This program in the Department of Teaching and Leadership provides the tools to assess student and understand needs,...
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Higher Education, M.S.

Rolling Admissions – apply today! The M.S. program in Higher Education prepares graduates to affect change and enact critical reforms in academic, student affairs, and administrative settings in higher education. This program in the Department of Higher Education goes beyond basic development of professional skills in student affairs to include broader policies and understandings of...
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Academic Dismissal Policy

Undergraduate Students The School of Education requires that all undergraduate students achieve a minimum cumulative GPA to remain in good academic standing. The minimum cumulative GPA to remain in good academic standing is 3.0 for all majors, with the exception of selected studies in education, which is a 2.8 cumulative GPA. If at any time...
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End of Year Celebration Honors Faculty, Staff, and Student Awards

At its third annual End of Year Celebration on May 4, 2018, the School of Education recognized the outstanding awards, honors, and accomplishments of its faculty, staff and students from the 2017-18 academic year. Colleagues Retiring or Leaving Dorien Langezaal – Academic and Student Services Suzanne Oliver – Exercise Science Nick Smith, Emeritus – Instructional...
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Dr. Murray Grossman ’43 Honored by Son with Creation of Endowed Scholarship Fund

An alumnus is being honored by his son who has established a scholarship in his father’s name to support student-athletes pursuing graduate work in education or service-based fields. The $1.5 million endowment is being provided by Brian Grossman in honor of his father, Dr. Murray Grossman ’43, G’45, who served as medical consultant to Syracuse...
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Edward Brockenbrough presenting “Queering Sexy B(l)ack” on February 9

Syracuse Symposium continues its yearlong look at “Place” with a visit by an expert on inclusive urban education. Edward Brockenbrough, associate professor of teaching and curriculum at the University of Rochester, will discuss “Queering Sexy B(l)ack: Queer Youth and Pedagogies of Sexual Agency” on Thursday, Feb. 9, from 5:30-7 p.m. in Maxwell Auditorium. Free and open...
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