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Professor shares private world with students for life lessons
Dr. Ana Laura Rodriguez teaches early childhood and education classes at the University of Texas at Brownsville.
She's preparing tomorrow's educators in a unique way by allowing students into her personal world as a mother.
Daughter of migrants rises to top educator
Superintendent Maria Rodriguez Casas, who was born in the U.S. but raised in Mexico, spent many of her summers as a migrant worker alongside her parents and eight brothers and sisters. Casas said she uses her experience to encourage students in her district to strive for a better education and to be proud of their background and heritage.
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Heart to teach: Yvonne Salinas
Scholarship helps migrant student reach dreams
When Yvonne Salinas was a little girl, she played teacher with her sisters and friends.
Now entering her senior year at the University of Texas at Brownsville, she will graduate with a bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary studies in early childhood through sixth grade bilingual education in May 2014.
Brownsville ISD has received close to $20 million for after-school programs, which UTB’s College of Education serves as the Higher Education Partner
Dr. Miguel Angel Escotet, Dr. Zelma Mata, and Ms. Prisci Tipton receive certificate for supporting state recognized after school-programs
Young Texas colonia leaders win major award, funding to improve lives in largest colonia in U.S.
Two Brownsville Border Youth leaders have each won a major community activism award and $5,000 to help improve the lives of families in Cameron Park, the largest colonia in the United States.
NCATE Our Journey to National Accreditation
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American School Health Association 2013 Fellow Award
Dr. Chirstopher M. Ledingham, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, has been selected to receive the 2013 Fellow Award by the American School Health Association (ASHA).
Music Student’s Composition Makes its Debut at National Flute Convention
Mathew Campbell, a music education major at The University of Texas at Brownsville, speaks passionately about his music
Expert of the Month - Dr. Zelma Mata
Dr. Zelma Mata, the Chair for Health and Human Performance at The University of Texas at Brownsville, speaks about Grupo Folklorico Tizatlan and her award from the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
Summer Program Helps students Cross the Bridge from High School to College
“We are focusing on helping our students succeed in the classroom,” Dr. Leslie Jones
Tears of Joy and Sadness as Brumley Exits the Stage for the Last Time
Senior Education Major Jason Whitney sang in the final concert of Diane Brumley, Adjunct Professor and Director of Choral Activities
Congreso Puertorriqueño de Investigación en la Educación
Dr. Miguel Angel Escotet presents "Las Dimensiones Cognitivas y Afectivas en la Educación del Futuro'
Selection on review panel
Congratulations! We are pleased to inform that Dr. James Telese has been appointed to the state review panel for Proclamation 2014. To read more about it, please click below.
Outstanding Educators in the English Language Arts
Drs. David and Yvonne Freeman, from the department of Language, Literacy and Intercultural Studies, have been named the winners of the 2013 Outstanding Educator in the English Language Arts Award.
American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference
Dr. Murat Karabulut, from the Health and Human Performance Department, wanted to share some great news about the abstracts submitted for presentations at one of the biggest and well-respected conference in the field of Exercise Science
UTB Ed. tech program ranks high nationally
The Brownsville Herald reported that the College of Education at the University of Texas at Brownsville fared well in the U.S. News & World Report ranking 2013 Best Online Education Programs. UTB's ranking was based on the College of Education's Master of Education in Educational Technology. Click below to read more about it.
The Center for Educational Development and Innovation has been awarded $218,400 to implement a research-based professional development training model
Teacher Quality Grants Program (TQGP) has been recommenced for a second year of funding for a total of 2-years amount of $218,400 by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Click below to view the article.