The College of Education, Health and Human Sciences (CEHHS) is excited to share these accolades with you!
Students from Michelle Child’s Retail and Consumer Sciences classes in the Department of Retail, Tourism and Hospitality Management were featured on WBIR Channel 10 in a segment about “Easter Fashion.” As part of the preparation for the segment, students helped research trends and put together the outfits which was a great experiential learning opportunity for them.
Kinesiology, Recreation & Sports Studies honored Brody Ruihley, PhD as it’s Sport Studies Alumni Scholar for 2017-18. Ruihley received his PhD in KRSS with a concentration in Sports Studies and specialization in Sport Management from in 2010. He is currently an assistant professor in the Sport Leadership and Management program at Miami University in Ohio. Congratulations Brody! Read more about his award here.
Marion Johnson, Educational Psychology & Counseling second year doctoral student, has been selected for the 2018 National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation Minority Fellowship Program! This highly competitive program supports the development of doctoral students who demonstrate expertise and commitment to serving racially and ethnically diverse populations. Congratulations, Marion!
Department of Public Health’s Associate Professor Kathy Brown met Tennesssee’s first lady, Crissy Haslam, during an event hosted by Connect Knox. Brown serves on the steering committee for their literacy initiative.
Lisa Driscoll, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies presented “Visualizing a Discipline Over Time” held twice a year by the Office of the Provost at a “Pecha-Kucha Powered” social gathering in order to enhance the intellectual, interdisciplinary, and cultural life of the faculty and staff at UT Knoxville. The event was held at the Relix Variety Theatre on March 8, 2018.
Stefanie Benjamin & James Williams of Retail, Hospitality, & Tourism Management presented “Preparing for Incivility and Difficult Dialogues Using Role-playing and Improvisation” on Monday, March 5th as part of the Teaching & Learning Innovation Faculty-Led Workshop Series. Participants were provided the opportunity to learn more about the tools of improvisation and the practice of role-playing and how to facilitate those techniques amongst students for deeper thinking and reflection during the learning process. Sign up for their next session here.
The Healthy Weight Colloquium was held in the Department of Nutrition on Friday, March 23rd. The topic of this year’s event was “Breaking Down Silos through Interprofessional Collaborations.”
Several CEHHS Graduate Students Received Fellowships for the 2018-2019 academic year. These fellowships are established to promote opportunities for students to demonstrate successful academic and professional performance, for those who excelled in undergraduate work and have shown professional potential. Learn about the deserving recipients here.
The Alcoa Elementary School has put together a weekly behavior video designed to encourage their students to “be responsible, be respectful, and do their best!” Several of our #CEHHS interns placed by the Office of School Based Experiences are featured in these videos. Check out their channel and the lessons our interns are learning as well as teaching!
These are only a few of the great things happening in our college! Be sure to check us out on all our social media sites!
The Alcoa Elementary School has put together a weekly behavior video designed to encourage their students to “be responsible, be respectful, and do their best!” Several of our #CEHHS interns are featured in these videos. Check out their channel and the lessons our interns are learning as well as teaching! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT7yqj8ct7ceJEr2h54U7Lw