In the College of Education and Public Policy (CEPP) we have 8 graduate programs. Many of the programs are offer classes later in the day. Several classes are offered as a hybrid meaning we have combined the best of face to face meetings and on-line learning. This translates into your class meeting on campus once a week with an on-line learning component. Our students praise the small class size, full-time professors and best teaching practices used in our programs. Explore our programs and then contact a professor listed in an area of study you would like to pursue.
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Jeong-il Cho, Associate Professor, Professional Studies (Special Education) is the 2016 recipient of the Friends of IPFW Outstanding Teacher award. Pat Becker of the Friends surprised Dr. Cho with a letter notifying her of the award during Dr. Cho's class. She will receive a plaque and $1500 at Convocation in August. Pictured above from left to right are Amy Nitza, Chair, Professional Studies, Terri Swim, Chair, Educational Studies, Vicky Carwein, Chancellor, Dr. Cho, Pat Becker, Friends of IPFW, and James Burg, Dean, College of Education and Public Policy.
Meg Underwood, Counselor Education graduate student, wins Essay Competition
Congratulations to Meg Underwood (3rd year school counseling student) for being selected as a winner of the Ross Trust Future School Counselors Graduate Student Essay Competition. Meg’s essay was one of 181 submitted by ACA student members in this year’s competition. Meg will receive a complimentary registration to the 2016 ACA Conference, $250 in ACA professional products, and recognition at the ACA National Awards Ceremony.
Way to go, Meg! Click here to read her winning essay.