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Teacher Shortage in the Spotlight at COE

Ashlee Vanasse decided on a career as a teacher not because it’s an in-demand field. For her, it’s all about what she calls “those spark moments.”  “When working with students of any age, they come to a moment w...

Everyone can code

AU Adopts Apple’s Everyone Can Code Curriculum with New Coding and App Development Minor

Beginning this January, Anderson University students are gaining the opportunity to learn the principles of coding and iOS app design through a new minor, helping them build the fundamental skills they need to pursue c...

Meet our College of Education Graduates

Anderson University and the College of Education will hold a spring Networking Day for school districts on February 26, 2018.  The event will be from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the G. Ross Anderson Student Center on campu...

AU ranked seventh “Most Innovative School”

AU ranked seventh “Most Innovative School” among southern regional universities

U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Colleges ranked Anderson University as the seventh “Most Innovative School” among Regional Universities in the South this month.  “We are honored that our peer institut...

Dr. Mark Butler, new dean of Education at AU

AU names Dr. Mark Butler new dean of College of Education

Anderson University has named Dr. Mark Butler as the new dean of the College of Education. Butler began his duties on June 1. Before joining the College of Education at Anderson University, Mark Butler was a faculty m...

Anderson's Justus Cox named outstanding college student by diversity group

AU's Justus Cox named "Outstanding College Student" by Upstate diversity group

Anderson University senior education major Justus Cox was honored as the Outstanding College Student at the Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards presented by Denny’s Corporation during ceremonies held by the Riley Institu...

Educator Ron Clark lauded at AU College of Education

Acclaimed educator Ron Clark lauded AU's College of Education programs

Ron Clark prances. He also gallops, skips, hops, spins, twirls, dances, poses and gestures in what appears to be an attempt to occupy every square inch of the Henderson Auditorium stage at Anderson University’s Rainey F...

Anderson University College of Education professor Joanna B. Stegall

Education professor receives grant to help elementary school teachers strengthen their math knowledge

Algebra in kindergarten? You’ve got to be kidding. But no, Dr. Joanna B. Stegall is completely serious, and through algebra, she’s helping elementary-age children fare better throughout their school years, even through...

New high school teacher and 2014 grad reflects on her study abroad, teaching experience in Japan

New high school teacher and 2014 grad reflects on her study abroad, teaching experience in Japan

New high school teacher and 2014 grad reflects on her study abroad, teaching experience in Japan 2014 AU grad Caroline Lee, who majored in Secondary English Education, writes about her experience of learning to teach En...