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New scholarship for education majors

Above photo: Jake Burklew, junior education major (left), and Jordan Boyer, senior education major, became representatives of the College of Education when they received the Teacher Leader Scholarship. As such, their job was to inform students about the college at Get on Board Day Jan. 11. Madeline Seiberlich | The Crow’s Nest By Madeline Seiberlich The […]

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New education dean has high hopes for college

By Anna Bryson For most of her career, Allyson Leggett Watson focused on high poverty schools and urban education. Now she’s the dean of the College of Education at USF St. Petersburg. “What stood apart here at USFSP is where the campus is situated,” Watson said. “Right in between people who have wealth and opportunities […]

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One dean announced, another dean steps away

Regional Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Martin Tadlock announced Allyson Leggett Watson as the new dean of the College of Education on March 22. Watson will begin serving as dean July 1, while Olivia Hodges continues to serve as interim dean of the CoE.    Watson is the Assistant dean and professor in the College […]

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There’s good news, bad news for education majors, dean says

Students who earn degrees in education at USF St. Petersburg don’t have to worry much about finding a teaching job after graduation. But teaching these days is no school picnic. That’s the assessment of Bill Heller, who as dean of the College of Education and a former state legislator has an insider’s perspective on the […]

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