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Scholarships for Current Students
The deadline for submission of applications will be March 15 and October 15 prior to the semester the candidate is scheduled to be student teaching (Phase II: Secondary or Block 3: Elementary).
Services for Current Students
|Elementary Education Advising||Your journey to becoming an elementary teacher is full of fun and exciting challenges. Use this site to help you understand the design of our education program and learn the requirements for program admission and graduation/licensure. learn more...|
|Graduating Students||The Winter Commencement Exercise is to be held Saturday, December 14, 2013. learn more...|
|Graduate Programs||Current undergraduate students wanting information about ESU's graduate programs can learn more here.|
|Licensure Programs||The Teachers College offers licesure in 22 undergraduate areas and 13 graduate areas. learn more...|
|Non-Traditional Student Services||Are you a single parent? Are you married? Are you a student who did not come to college straight from high school? learn more...|
|Project Challenge||Project Challenge is designed to increase students' chances for success while in college. learn more...|
|Scholarship Information||Incoming and current students of The Teachers College can find information and applications for scholarships from here.|
|Teacher Work Sample||In The Teachers College at ESU, the Teacher Work Sample (TWS) is a required assignment for Phase II student teachers and Block 3 interns. Faculty is encouraged to use the TWS, in part or in its entirety, in other field experiences or courses. learn more...|
|Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities||Undergraduate research is an opportunity to experience your field of study beyond the classroom and textbooks. Perhaps more importantly, it allows you to develop and demonstrate the skills and dispositions most desired by graduate schools, professional programs and employers. Learn more...|
|The Writing Center||The Writing Center at Emporia State University promotes writing as a tool for teaching and learning in every discipline and assists writers in preparing for the practical, real-life applications of writing in the workplace as well as in the academic world. learn more...|
|ESU National Science Teachers Association Student Chapter|
|Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Club (HPER Club)|
|Kappa Delta Pi - Iota Chapter (KDP)|
|Kansas National Education Association Student Program (KNEA-SP)|
|Mental Health Counseling Student Organization (MENTO)|
|NafME Collegiate: National Association For Music Education at ESU|
|Non-Traditional Student Association|
|Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology)|
|Rehabilitation Club (RC)|
|Student Art Therapy Organization (SATO)|
|Student Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology|
|October 17, 2014||
Dr. Diane DeBacker, 2014 ESU Distinguished Alumnus and former Kansas Commissioner of Education, currently serves as senior advisor to the Director General of the Abu Dhabi Education Council. DeBacker gave an overview of K-12 education and the reforms being made in Abu Dhabi.
|May 1, 2014||
Emporia State's Research and Creativity Day
|March 3, 2014||
David Gussak, professor and chair of the art education department at Florida State University and an Emporia State University alumnus, spoke about his experience serving as an art therapist expert witness in the courtroom as well as the role of art therapy in corrections.
|February 19, 2014||
Kristina Bramwell, undergraduate elementary education student, discussed her her experiences teaching in the Marshall Islands.
|January 30, 2014||
Eight teachers from around the state visited Emporia State University and shared their expertise with students in The Teachers College as part of the 2014 Kansas Teacher of the Year Program.
During their visit, the delegation presented "The Power of You: Becoming the Decisive Element" three times to different education classes.
The Teachers College News
20th annual Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians
For the past 20 years, school librarians, as well as other educators and public librarians, have looked to the Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians to provide innovative ...Read More
Late professor to be honored Saturday
An Emporia State University professor who shunned the spotlight during life will be remembered Saturday during activities at Eastside Memorial Park, Ninth Avenue and East Street.&...Read More
Childcare center achieves accreditation
Emporia State’s Center for Early Childhood Education has been awarded accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children. NAEYC accreditation ...Read More
Learn about what students studied to present at the May 1, 2014 Research and Creativity Day. This day celebrates the research, scholarship and creative accomplishments of students and faculty.
To see students' from programs within The Teachers College, below are the times within in the video along with the name of the researchers presenting the work.
|3:00||How context impacts memory
Katie Penny and Carson Moore, Department of Psychology
|8:00||Eating Disorders and Art Therapy
Dione Pompa and Meredith Hodges, Art Therapy Program, Department of Counselor Education
|14:15||Zombie Survival Fitness (Movement Based Education)
Chloe Blake and Dr. Melissa Reed, Department of Elementary Education/Early Childhood/Special Education