Calling all alumni!
We would like to feature Alumni Educator Profiles on our website. If you are interested in sharing a little about what you are doing, use the Submit button below to send the following information via email:
- Tell us who you are in 25 words or less, including name, program completed, and when you completed it.
- Tell us where you are making a difference as an educator and share a highlight or two of your career and/or what being an educator means to you in a few sentences.
- A picture of yourself to share on our webpage.
We look forward to hearing from you, whether you are “making a difference” locally or out of the area!
Those who give
The College of Education is grateful for the generous support of alumni, friends, foundations and organizations. The donations we receive help us to achieve our goals.
We want to share stories about our donors with you.
Douglas P. Davis Endowed Scholarship Fund
Douglas P. Davis was known for his bright smile, love for family and eagerness to make new friends. The University of Akron College of Education is honored to celebrate his memory with a newly established scholarship to help support students who seek a career in special education. Read more.
The Virginia Ewald Endowed Scholarship in Education
Although never a student at The University of Akron, Virginia Ewald was a generous supporter of the University. Her enthusiasm for young people kept her young, her friends say. She never tired of meeting students and attending a number of cultural activities and programs at UA over the years. Prior to her passing in 2008 at age 93, Ms. Ewald made arrangements to support the educational advancement of the next generation of educators at UA. Read more.
Conrad Ott Scholars Fund
To honor the memory of Dr. Conrad C. Ott, longtime Akron Public Schools superintendent and board member, a group of alumni and friends of the College of Education at The University of Akron, established an endowed scholarship. The Conrad C. Ott Scholars Fund is awarded annually to an APS teacher pursuing a graduate degree in education at The University of Akron. Higher education had always been a priority to Ott, and this fund is a way to assist educators in achieving their educational goals. Apply beginning March 1
Through a unique matching gift opportunity created by The Mary F. Shale Trust, all new gifts to the COE will be matched dollar-for-dollar in an effort to raise an additional $100,000 for scholarships. Scholarship contributions will aid in the college’s mission of delivering the best and brightest into America’s classrooms. Join the cause.
Ritchie Foundation Endowed Scholarship
The Ritchie Foundation awarded the COE with an endowed scholarship of $5,000 in January 2012. Those who are going into their semester of student teaching will be able to apply to this fund to help ease their financial burden while having real-world experience. The gift will be matched, dollar for dollar, by the Mary Francis Shale Scholarship.
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Alumni in the News
Canton Local art teacher receives state honor
2014 Outstanding Art Teacher for the East Central Ohio Region is UA grad
Education students featured in ABJ story on graduate students pushing through to complete dissertations
Alumna Amy Hollingsworth and Doctoral Candidate Mark Dalman are featured in an Beacon Journal story on graduate students pushing through to complete dissertations.
Alumnus retires as school district treasurer
Alumnus David Osborne has retired as treasurer of Manchester Local Schools.