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College of Education
College of Education General Development Fund
College of Education General Scholarship Fund
Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts and Education Complex
College of Education - Educational Leadership and Policy
College of Education - Educational Psychology
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College of Education - Urban Institute for Teacher Education
College of Education - Special Education
College of Education - Department of Education, Culture & Society
Help an ECS Brother or Sister Out! Many of you who are or were ECS students know how hard it is to land those coveted teaching- and research-assistant positions. The tuition waiver means, for many, the difference between attending or bypassing graduate school. ECS is initiating a campaign to generate funds for what we are calling the ECS Alum Line teaching assistantship. This assistantship would be funded by you, our alumni. It will take a few years to generate the resources needed to fund a student. However, the small contribution of many can build magnificent things. Giving is easy. Our goal is to raise $50,000 over the next three years. Once the goal is reached, we will convene a group of alums to select the first ECS recipient to receive this important support provided by you. So, who is going to help a future ECS-er out?
College of Education Reading Clinic
The University of Utah Reading Clinic was created by the 1999 Utah Legislature to provide direct services to Utah educators and parents. The goals of the clinic include serving as a resource for parents by offering assessment and intervention to struggling readers and providing professional development to educators.
Educational Administration Graduate Student Assistance Fund in the College of Education
The Student Affairs Fund for Exceptional Educational Leaders is a partnership between the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy and Student Affairs at the University of Utah. It is designed to provide financial support for PhD students who seek careers as high-level administrators, university professors, researchers, or research and policy analysts in educational agencies.