Fall 2016
  Sajit Zachariah:
A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the start of another academic year. This Fall Semester, we welcome 11 new faculty colleagues. They bring a breadth of knowledge and experience to our College. The upcoming academic year offers some exciting new initiatives. Read More

 
Cleveland Foundation, CMSD fund Teaching Fellows Program   Central Neighborhood Tutoring Project created by generous gift

Cleveland State University College of Education and Human Services Dean Sajit Zachariah and Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) CEO and Superintendent Eric Gordon welcomed 35 Cleveland State teacher candidates on August 25th to Parker Hannifin Hall for a kick off to the 2016-17 Cleveland Foundation Teaching Fellows Program. Read More

 

The Cleveland State College of Education and Human Services Community Learning Center for Children and Youth (CLC) is launching an exciting two-year pilot program to offer learning support for children studying at Marion-Sterling Elementary. Read More

 
Donna Serfilippi Scholarship to support Rising Seniors   MC2 STEM High School earns national recognition

The College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) is pleased to announce the creation of a new scholarship celebrating the life and career of Donna Serfilippi, three-time graduate of the College, including a graduate degree in Curriculum and Foundations followed by a doctorate in Urban Education. Donna passed away on June 23, 2013. Read More

 

The Alliance for Excellent Education, a Washington, DC non-profit, recognized MC2 STEM High School as one of three recipients of its Excellence and Innovation in Secondary Schools award during the Digital Learning Day Live event in February. Read More

 
Dr. Tachelle Banks honored among 'Women of Influence'   Campus International Students discover the magic of film at camp

Dr. Tachelle Banks, Chair of the Teacher Education Department and Professor of Special Education in the Cleveland State University College of Education and Human Services at Julka Hall, was selected as one of 10 Women of Influence by the Cleveland State Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement. Read More

 

If you walked through the Julka Hall Atrium during a two-week stretch in mid-June at the Cleveland State University College of Education and Human Services, you might have thought you were on a Hollywood set. Then again, you would not have been that far off given the bright lights and cameras. Read More

 
Dale Russakoff to present 2016-17 Roslyn Z. Wolf Lecture   CEHS awarded pair of Faculty Civic Engagement Grants

The College of Education and Human Services is proud to announce that Dale Russakoff, author of The Prize, will present the 2016-17 Roslyn Z. Wolf Lecture in Urban Education. Read More

 

The Cleveland State University College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) has been awarded two Faculty Civic Engagement Grants for the 2016-17 academic year by the Office of Civic Engagement. Read More

 
Drs. Kullman, Menendez earn CEHS Technology Award   CEHS welcomes 11 new faculty members to campus in 2016-17

Drs. Emily Kullman and Anthony Menendez in the Cleveland State University College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) at Julka Hall were each awarded the CEHS annual Technology Award. Read More

 

The start of the 2016-17 academic year at Cleveland State University brings 11 new faculty members to the College of Education and Human Services at Julka Hall. Here is a quick glance at the new faces on campus. Read More

 

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