Dr. Beth Dobler was named the 2022-23 King Endowed Professor recently by The Teachers College at Emporia State University. She is a professor in the Department of Elementary Education, Early Childhood, and Special Education at Emporia State.
The Teachers College
People can have federal funding pay for their education if they are looking to train as vocational rehabilitation professionals who help individuals with disabilities prepare for and find meaningful work.
Characters separated by walls, learning what’s on the other side of the walls is the premise of this year’s Bill Martin Jr. Picture Book Award.
Exceptional educators will be honored this week as the National Teachers Hall of Fame inducts 10 new members. Two classes of five inductees each will be honored, the first in-person events after the COVID pandemic canceled the schedule in 2020.
Kansas high school students will get to experience what it means to be a teacher at the Kansas Future Teacher Academy June 5 through 9. About 60 students from across the state will be meeting at the academy, held at Emporia State University.
Over 110 people were recognized at The Teachers College 38th Annual Honors Ceremony held the evening of May 6. This was the first time this event was held in person since 2019.
Dr. Damara Paris recently received Emporia State’s Graduate Mentor Award.
A psychology professor with nearly three decades in the field is the 2022 Roe R. Cross Distinguished Professor at Emporia State University. Dr. John Wade was surprised with the announcement during his Psychology in the Real World undergraduate glass this morning (Thursday, May 5, 2022).
Two King Endowed Professors are scheduled to speak April 21, 2022, at Emporia State University.
An annual event raising awareness and funds for Cystic Fibrosis awareness is coming up soon.