The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences held its Tribute to Educators celebrations this week. On Tuesday, May 2, teacher candidates and school partners in Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Special Education were celebrated. On Wednesday, May 3, teacher candidates and school partners in Art, English as a Second Language, Secondary Education, Middle Grades, Music, VolsTeach, and World Languages were celebrated. Special guest speakers included Josh Dobbs (called away but visited via video) and the Reverend Dr. John A. Butler of the Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church.
Two students, one from the Urban Multicultural program-Jacqueline Suzanne Beaird, and the second, Brian Whittenburg from the World Languages program, were both recognized for perfect scores on their Praxis exams.
Special awards presented to faculty in our college included the Lifetime Achievement Award to both Amos Hatch and Brenda Stephenson of the Theory and Practice in Teacher Education Department.
Enjoy these photos from the two-night event.