Go Beyond Community Engagement to True Partnerships!
Interested in organizing and creating a community event that goes beyond engagement
all the way to true partnerships? Then look at the 2023 Math Symposium, a partnership between Dr. Jose Gutierrez in the Department of Education, Culture
and Society and Roger Quinonez from City Academy. See how they are working together
along with students and their guardians to deepen engagement and reach true partnerships.
The Symposium brings together College of Education faculty, educators, guardians,
and students to foster a love for STEM and prepare students for careers that will
shape the future.
New Graduate Certificate: Working with Native Communities
Effective Fall 2023, the Working with Native Communities graduate certificate will open to graduate-level students/learners from all majors
at the University of Utah, including business, social work, education, health services,
mining, and public office. Upon completing the Certificate, students will have the
skills, knowledge, and dispositions required to respectfully work on contemporary
concerns that impact Native communities.
Learn More About Our Graduate Certificate
For Canyons School District only
Note: This course is required for the ESL Endorsement
Learn More about ECS!
Thanks to Twig Media Lab.
Gov. Cox recently announced his plan to increase teacher pay, but Dr. Alex Hyres spotted a potential problem.
Javier H. Hernandez uses the lessons from Dr. Leticia Alvarez Gutiérrez's class to speak publicly on Affirmative Action
Silence on racism is not neutral - students and teachers fear speaking out
Drs. Alvarez Gutiérrez, Benally, and Hyres were recognized for excelling in social justice, service, and teaching.