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Cassidy Capriglione

Ojibwe Lessons

October 15, 2019

It took four generations and over 150 years for a powerful history to come to light.
CEHSP Dean Jill Pinkney Pastrana, Dr. David Beaulieu, and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan at the NIEA Convention

Professor Honored for Dedication to American Indian Education

October 9, 2019

UMD Professor David Beaulieu is being recognized at a national event this week for his career-long commitment to improving educational... more
Leslie Fierros and Tanya Granville

Aspiring to Inspire

October 1, 2019

Two UMD students make it their priority to welcome all students.
UMD College of Education and Human Service Professions logo

Open Faculty Positions

September 20, 2019

Students in the H2L lab the demonstrate data collection process

Countering Weight Gain Among First-Year College Students

September 18, 2019

 As a fresh-faced college student, it’s easy to slide into unhealthy eating habits. 
American Indian mother and children reading a book together

Federal Grant to Train Tribal Child Welfare Workers

September 4, 2019

Funding will enable 17 students to obtain undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work, with an emphasis on tribal child welfare. 
Tricia Bartels with campers on teh Voyage of Discovery program

Adventure and Environmental Education

September 3, 2019

Graduate student Trisha Bartels creates a Voyage of Discovery experience for dozens of young people.
Brittany Larson

Alumna receives $25,000 teaching award

June 3, 2019

Brittany Larson and her data-driven teaching skills pay off in the classroom.
Patrick Johns

Opening Doors Through Education

May 22, 2019

Patrick Johns built a career by setting students on a new path.
Azrin Awal sitting on the edge of mountain overlooking a large body of water

Proud To Be a Bulldog

May 9, 2019

Azrin is an advocate, activist, ally and a proud Bulldog


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