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Homecoming 2019

UofL College of Education and Human Development Homecoming Celebration: An Interactive Gallery Walk

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Student Activities Center West,
Rooms 116 and 117

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Parking

Parking is available in the Miller Pay Lot and is free to our guests. The lot is located to the left of the North Visitor Center, which is just off of Cardinal Blvd. Student will be at the lot to assist guests and direct them to the location of the event.

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Homecoming Celebration: An Interactive Gallery Walk

You are invited to join us at the UofL College of Education and Human Development Homecoming Celebration: An Interactive Gallery Walk

This event for alumni and friends will feature an interactive faculty and student showcase of leading and learning in our community and beyond. Complimentary food and drink will be served. Admission is free. If you have questions about the event, please contact daniel.cradic@louisville.edu

Faculty and Student Presenters

  • Department of Counseling and Human Development (ECPY) - Dr. Eileen Estes and Natalie Hewlett, student, will present about the department's International Learning Experience in Ireland and the Cardinal Success Program
  • Department of Health and Sport Sciences (HSS) - Dr. Dylan Naeger and SPAD students will present about International Learning Experiences, and HSS faculty will also present about current research
  • Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development (ELEOD) - Dr. Kyle Ingle and ELEOD faculty will present about the Fort Knox Master Educator Course (MEC), the blended educational administration and supervision cohort in Carroll county and the community support the program has received; ELEOD doctoral students will present about their research
  • Kentucky Autism Training Center (KATC) - Dr. Larry Taylor and Heidi Cooley-Cook will present about workshops and trainings the center has been conducting across the state
  • Special Education, Early Childhood and Prevention Science - faculty will present about their latest research
  • Signature Partnership Initiative (SPI) - Dr. John Finch and Shannon Putman will present about the impact of the SPI on our partner schools; Virtual Reality classroom technology
  • Teaching and Learning Pathway - Janet Spence will present about this program, which gives high school students the opportunity to take college courses that can be transferred towards a degree in teacher education
  • Minority Teacher Recruitment Program (MTRP) - Sherry Durham will share information about resources offered through the program and efforts to bring more minority teachers in local schools