Demonstration of TaskStream Alternatives Scheduled

Portyfolio demoThe college is considering alternatives to TaskStream, our electronic portfolio system. Demonstrations of two other systems will be held Thursday, December 10 in Killian 102. LiveText will present at 10 am and Tk20 will present at 1:30 pm. Faculty, staff, students, and school partners are encouraged to attend. Please provide your feedback on these alternatives through this survey:

CEAP Releases Spring 2015 Newsletter

Newsletter Cover Spring 2015College of Education and Allied Professions Spring 2015 Newsletter has been published. Articles describe many events and initiatives involving students, staff and faculty in the College thanks to Mrs. Lydia Cook, Editor.

College Holds End of Year Picnic

PicnicOn Friday, May 8, the faculty and staff of the college held an end of year picnic and low-country boil at the picnic grounds on campus. The college also celebrated Dale Brotherton who is stepping down as department head of the Department of Human Services and is going on phased retirement.

School Partnership Projects Present Work to College and Community

SUTEP PresentationsTwelve school partnership projects, ten of which were awarded SUTEP Partnership grants, gave presentations on their work at a session in Killian 102 on May 1st. Students, faculty, and public school partners shared projects in scope from local to international. Community members such as Jackson County Schools superintendent Dr. Michael Murray, area teachers, and personnel from NCCAT were able to attend.

CEAP Holds Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony

Honors and AwardsThe college held its annual Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 22 in the University Grand Room. The college honored Peak Performers Alex Hall, Jamie Tate, and Holly Pinter, and other student awards. Follow this link to view the full list of award winners:

College Holds Annual Assessment Day

Assessment DayThe college held our annual Assessment Day event on Friday, January 30. Assessment day gives faculty, staff, and stakeholders an opportunity to examine data on our programs and identify strengths and areas for improvement. Dean Carpenter and Provost Morrison-Shetlar gave welcoming remarks and attended several sessions.