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College of Education
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875 Perimeter Drive MS3080
Moscow, ID 83844-3080 

Coeur d'Alene
Phone (208) 667-2588
Toll free (888) 208-2268
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1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

Phone (208) 334-2999
Toll free (866) 264-7384
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322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

2009-2010 Feature Stories

Two HPERD Alumni speaking
Two Alumni Honored for Parks and Recreation Dedication
HPERD Alumni Lynn Moss, Lewiston Parks and Recreation director and Steve Anthony, Coeur d’Alene recreation director were honored at the Idaho Recreation and Park Association Tri-State, Parks and Trails Conference.
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Mack Strong with Native American School children
Soaring Above The Curve
TEAM-WORKS, Center for ETHICS* Partner to Build Character.
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Flowers in front of Education building
Food for Thought: Teaching and Learning Garden Growing Education
Education students spent a day removing waste and landscaping, moving rocks, building new walls and preparing a terraced garden space ready for planting next to the outdoor stairwell alongside the Education Building.
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Two dancers practicing
Performing on the National Stage: Celadon Wood Wins National Dance Scholarship
After trying the life of a professional dancer, Celadon Wood realized she needed to finish her dance degree. This summer she was the recipient of one of the profession’s highest honors – the chance to study with the nation’s best for free as a 2010 American Dance Festival national scholarship winner.
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Scholarship students with their donors
Investing in the Future: College of Education’s Fourth Annual Scholarship Luncheon
Students had an opportunity to meet their donors at the fourth annual College of Education Scholarship Luncheon. Each year, since it began in 2007, the event has grown and become more meaningful.
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Presenting the Future: Students Gain Experience at Conference
Presenting the Future: Students Gain Experience at IAHPERD Conference
Eleven undergraduate and four graduate students participated in the Idaho Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (IAHPERD) conference in Boise Oct. 7 and 8.
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Students stand before statue of Budha
Having It All: Travel, Experience and College Credit in Japan
Recreation students Amanda Brown and Ellyn Ackerlund traveled to Japan for a summer internship to teach athletic skills and teamwork to children of military families.
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Ed and elementary students standing in front of cabin project
Building History, Building Education
Members of the Ed 302 summer 2010 class recount their experience helping Post Falls Seltice Elementary students build a frontier museum.
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Spceial education class observing teaching of small child
CDHD Steps Up Education on Spectrum Disorders With New Grant
University of Idaho Center on Disabilities and Human Development has been awarded a partnership grant to increase the number of highly qualified personnel serving children and youth with ASD.
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Professor Steve Duvall
Revamped Counselor Education and Training Program Benefits Idaho Students and Schools
Recent adjustments to the University of Idaho school counselor education and training has resulted in a win/win situation for university students and K-12 schools. The program recently has been cut from 61 to 34 credits, allowing school counseling students to complete the academic side of the program in one year instead of two.
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Cori Mantle-Bromley
Taking the Helm: Mantle-Bromley Comes Full Circle in the College of Education
Cori Mantle-Bromley is pleased to make the University of Idaho home again as the new College of Education dean.
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College of Education building
College of Education Reconfiguration Strengthens Departments, Sharpens Experience for Students
They say two heads are better than one, but three departments may prove more efficient and beneficial to students than four when it comes to the College of Education at the University of Idaho.
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US News award badge
College of Education National Rankings Rise Again
The University of Idaho College of Education has been ranked in the top 100 best graduate school programs in the nation by US News and World Report for the second year in a row.
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Tony Stewart and Kathy Canfield-Davis
Face to Face with Hate
"We will not be satisfied until "justice rolls down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream."
Kathy Canfield-Davis received national attention for an article she wrote about Tony Stewart's work in Coeur d'Alene to eradicate the Aryan Nations Hate Group.
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Dance students performing
Dance Program Receives Endowment of the Arts Grant
Dance Professor Greg Halloran will restage Jean Erdman's Dance "Suite of Three"
Greg Halloran specializes in dance labanotation, and will work with the Dance Notation Bureau to preserve Erdman's dances on DVDs
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Going for the Gold and Silver: Conversations with an Olympic Medalist
Taking time out of her busy schedule that led up to her address at spring commencement, alumna and world class cyclist Kristin Armstrong spoke with students in the College about her experiences at the University of Idaho and beyond, and offered some advice.
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Kathy Canfield-Davis in educational leadership class
College of Education Exemplifies Faculty Excellence
Two College of Education faculty have received Faculty Excellence Awards for their outstanding work for the University of Idaho, their students, and the community.
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An Idaho Voice at the 2010 Winter Olympics
While the majority of people look forward to watching the 2010 Winter Olympics on television beginning this week, the University of Idaho will have a voice in the Games.
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Obesity Study
Obesity in Children: A Major Concern for Idaho
Like most children in U.S. schools, Idaho school children have unacceptable levels of BMI, placing them at increased risks for obesity and disease. A research team of HPERD faculty have been gathering data for an important study on body mass indexes and physical education requirements in Idaho schools.
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Seegmiller's Heroism
Assistant Professor Jeff Seegmiller argues that he’s not a hero - but most disagree, including Idaho Governor Butch Otter, who on January 15 recognized Seegmiller for his heroism the night of December 28.
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Students on bikes
New Bike Parking on Campus Thanks to HPERD Students
HPERD's new core class helps students focus on sustainability efforts and healthy living on campus. A team of six HPERD students worked with Parking and Transportation to receive a grant for new bike racks on campus.
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Dance Professor Receives Recognition for Excellence
Associate Professor of Dance Greg Halloran's restaging of Sophie Maslow's 1942 dance "Folksay," received a group performance award by Metro DC Dance Awards.
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Jazz Dance Artist Zunker to hold clinics during Jazz Festival
Dance Clinics have been a highlight of the Jazz festival in the past.
The Dance department received a grant to host dance clinics again this year during jazz festival
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Spring Break DC Style
evin Johnston took his Recreation 585 class to the National Recreation and Park Legislative Forum in Washington DC to advocate for policies related to parks and recreation.
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Upward Bound to College Scholarship
Elizabeth Kelly Received a Prestigious TRIO Scholarship for Leadership
Without her involvement in Upward Bound, Elizabeth Kelly of Wallace would not have gone to college. Now she's a student at the University of Idaho and has received a competetive Pearl Hill Scholarship.
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College of Education Graduate Programs Ranked High by U.S. News & World Report
College receives top one-third ranking
The College of Education's graduate programs have been ranked 87th out of 238 Colleges who participated in the study, placing us in the top 100 for the first time.
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