Facebook Live chats to explore community- and video-based research

Apr 24 2018

Two scholars leading research at the intersection of learning, place and technology will discuss their work and answer questions during Facebook Live sessions hosted by the University of Washington College of Education in May.

Master of Education Study Option in Learning Sciences & Human Development

The UW M.Ed program in Learning Sciences and Human Development is a unique blend of these two specializations within the field of education research, both with a strong focus on issues of equity.

COE Fiscal Staff

Name Position Email Phone Responsibilities
Aileen Angeles Fiscal Specialist 1 aangeles@uw.edu 206.221.5930

Grant Support - Miller

Serianna Bock Budget/Fiscal Analyst Lead seribock@uw.edu 206-616-0660

Self-Sustaining Programs, Professional Development, Doi Awards, Travel Grants

Davis HS Cheung Budget Fiscal Analyst dacheung@uw.edu 206.616.7853

State Budgets

Steve Cukier Fiscal Specialist stcukier@uw.edu 206-685-1178

Life Center Fiscal Support

Erika Hargadine Director of Finance ehargad@uw.edu 206-221-7813
Choong H Kim Budget Fiscal Analyst chk@uw.edu 206.543.4108

Haring and EEU departmental budget support

Jessica Matheson Program Operations Specialist jelima@uw.edu 206 (616) 1402

Post Award Grant Manager & LIFE Financial Manager

Santhi Perumal Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration psanthi@uw.edu
Maile Sanders Program Operations Specialist maile5@uw.edu 206-221-6803

Miller Finance Manager

Eric M. Duncan Sortun Budget/Fiscal Operations Supervisor esortun@uw.edu 206-616-7812

Operations, Gifts, RCR & Scholarships

Multicultural education symposium to celebrate impact, envision future

Middle school teacher and students
Apr 11 2018

For the past 50 years, the University of Washington has helped lay the foundations for educators worldwide to think deeply about how to empower all students to become productive citizens.

On April 27, this work and the leadership of James A. Banks, Kerry and Linda Killinger Endowed Chair in Diversity Studies, will be celebrated during the UW Center for Multicultural Education’s 30th annual symposium.

Four education students named to Husky 100

Apr 10 2018

Four University of Washington College of Education students sharing a common desire to advocate for and empower young people, particularly those from marginalized populations, have been named to this year’s cohort of the Husky 100.

Representing the College are:

Book offers guidance on creating greater instructional coherence

Teachers in professional development
Apr 6 2018

For education leaders across the country, a perpetually vexing problem is how to sustain improvement in instruction across schools over an extended period.

Kara Jackson, associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Washington College of Education, notes that while there’s a wealth of research on how to improve teaching practice and student outcomes, that progress is hard to scale beyond individual classrooms or a single school.

EDU Talks offer insights on giving all learners a strong start

Apr 9 2018

Early learning researchers and practitioners discussed how the state can improve early childhood education and care for all during EDU Talks: Raising Washington, presented by the University of Washington College of Education on March 28 at Seattle Children’s Museum.

“Early childhood is a time of incredible opportunity,” said UW College of Education Dean Mia Tuan. “We must do more to expand access to high-quality early learning experiences so we can ensure every child has a fair chance to grow, thrive and reach their potential.”

Watch each EDU Talk in its entirety below.

New series advances comprehensive P-3 approaches

Teacher with elementary students
Apr 2 2018

The University of Washington’s National P-3 Center is launching a new publication series to provide practical organizational- and system-level strategies and guidance for creating high-quality and comprehensive approaches that support young children’s learning.

UW research featured at AERA 2018

Teacher and students in classroom
Mar 26 2018

University of Washington College of Education faculty and students will present findings of their current research to strengthen teaching practice, maker education, instructional leadership, early learning and more during the American Educational Research Association's annual meeting April 13 to 17 in New York City.

Grants to strengthen community-engaged partnerships

High school teacher and student
Mar 22 2018

Two ongoing partnerships between Puget Sound area school districts and University of Washington College of Education researchers are being extended with support from two new grants from the Spencer Foundation.

UW College of Education ranked #9 in nation

Mar 20 2018

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Washington College of Education No. 9 among the nation's best education schools in its annual graduate school ratings, released March 20.

UW College of Education ranked No. 3 among education schools at public institutions in the U.S. in the 2019 edition of the U.S. News ratings. This is the fifth consecutive year that UW has been ranked third or higher among public institutions by U.S. News.