The generous support of College of Education and Human Development alumni and friends makes a real difference to students, faculty, and staff.
The following are just a few examples of how gifts are being used.
The Bonnie and Clark Kirkpatrick Scholarship for Educational Leadership made a huge difference for Megan Red Shirt-Shaw.
Learn how a generous gift creates opportunities for aspiring community builders.
Dr. Matthew Stark Civil Liberties Internship Awards support and inspire students. Continue reading about how the internship helps students follow thier passion.
Gifts of all sizes contribute to critical initiatives—the Teacher Educator Technology Integration initiative is one. Continue reading how contributions assist students facing financial crises, initiate programs, and build community partnerships.
Professionals who work on the frontline with children and families living in high-stress situations or with challenging problems need large amounts of emotional energy. Even in the best of times those circumstances can feel overwhelming and draining, leading to job burnout, emotional numbing, or even to secondary traumatic stress. Learn more about the Reflective Practice Center, created through funding from the Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation.