UNI's College of Education (COE) is known for having some of the most innovative teacher education programs in the country. Year after year, our graduates are hired as teachers, principals and superintendents across the state, nation and around the world.
Students gain real world experiences through hands-on learning both in- and out- of the classroom. These experiences give them the skills and confidence they need to step right into their careers and excel.
COE faculty, staff, students and graduates are committed to educating, serving and leading our communities. Proof of this commitment can be found in COE's impact to the state of Iowa.
COE Acclaim is published twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. The newsletter highlights the accomplishments of faculty and staff in and out of the classroom through their commitment to teaching, scholarship and service. View the Fall 2014 issue.
This conference offers an array of interesting and engaging speakers, workshops and dialogs pertaining to the education, citizenry and well-being of African-American children and families. The theme this year is “A Chorus of Voices: Connecting the Community Through Conversation,” which calls for active participation and solution seeking from a wide variety of participants.
UNI's College of Education will host several town hall meetings across the state to discuss education in Iowa. A meeting will be held in the Cedar Valley from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 8, at AEA 267, 3712 Cedar Heights Dr., Cedar Falls.