Resources for Students
Guidelines for Requesting a Letter of Recommendation From Your Professor
Click here to download a pdf version of the guidelines
The Education Department offers courses that are designed to meet the interests and needs of students at a liberal arts college who are concerned with issues that comprise and challenge education as a discipline.
Navigate to Courses
See the Education section of the course catalog for a summary of regular course offerings from the Education Department.
For a look at who is teaching which class in what block during the academic year, check out our course grid.
Helpful links for learning how to submit your thesis electronically:
Tutt Library Education Subject Guide
Lowe Memorial Fund
Provides 1 to 2 graduate students of the MAT program with funds ($500 each) for startup supplies and further professional development. Awarded based on need of assistance and proven abilities as a student / student teacher.
Crossey Endowed Fund
Enhance Education Department Programs to include, but not limited to:
Professional development especially by non-tenured and part-time teachers
- Collaborative development between faculty and students
One or more grants annually selected by a committee.
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