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Endeavors Magazine

Endeavors magazine is published once a year by the Office of Marketing and Communications. Through this publication, we capture the passion and academic excellence of students, faculty, staff and alumni who are making an impact in and out of the classroom.

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How EdTerps Are Addressing Humanity鈥檚 Grand Challenges
Through 11 Grand Challenges Grants, the College of Education Tackles Pressing Societal Issues 

Center for Young Children (CYC) kindergarteners Abigail Lynn and Nora Hurst examine a Bess beetle during a field trip to 金光佛论坛's Insect Zoo.

Lessons for the Littlest Terps
Center for Young Children鈥檚 Students Trek Across Campus to Understand the World

Zach McKay and Hari Kannan, 2023 TerpsEXCEED graduates

First TerpsEXCEED Graduates Look Toward a Bright Future
Program Helps Students with Intellectual Disabilities Build Confidence, Skills, Friendships

Dean's Lecture Series with Dr. Shaun Harper October 25, 2023

Tackling Disinformation, Re-Centering Equity
Shaun Harper Gives Dean鈥檚 Lecture on Defending Diversity in Education

A student adjusts his team's small-scale wind turbine at the 2023 Maryland Regional KidWind Challenge.

Winds of Change
The College Hosts the State鈥檚 First-Ever KidWind Challenge to Engage Kids in Sustainable Energy Solutions

Dean Kimberly Griffin and Bryant Rivera Cortez '25

Becoming the Teacher Who Saved Him
A Commitment to Caring and Empathy Shapes a First-Generation Student and Future Teacher

Timothy Ford Bryson

My Educator-Entrepreneur Journey
Doctoral Student Works to Increase Justice in Global Sport 

Assistant Professor Rachel Romeo and Abria Simmons '25 place a fNIRS neuroimaging cap on volunteer Cole Parker.

An Opportunity to LEAD
True to Their Name, Researchers at the LEAD Lab are Leading the Way to Inclusion in Neuroscience 

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College of Education Receives $4.8M Grant to Launch School Improvement Leadership Academy 
Program Will Cultivate High-Quality School Leaders to Raise Student Achievement

A teenager chooses a book in a library.

Five Tips for Responding to Book Challenges
As Book Challenges Reach a Record High, Doctoral Student Outlines What to Know and Steps to Take 

Richard Shin, associate professor of counseling psychology and director of the school counseling program

Ask the Expert: Richard Shin
How to Create Inclusive School Environments for LGBTQ+ Students 

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$2.9M State Grant Supports Project to Alleviate Teacher Shortage in Center-Based Child Care
Maryland Early EdCorp to Improve Access to Child Care in High-Need Communities

Mary O鈥橪eary Wiley Ph.D. 鈥82, Lydia Minatoya Ph.D. 鈥81, Marcella (Chela) Mendoza Patterson M.A. 鈥79 and Jean Joyce-Brady Ph.D. 鈥83 during a monthly Zoom get-together.

Four Friends, Four Decades
How Four Alumni Have Shared Their Lives, Laughter and Leftovers Over 46 Years of Friendship

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A True Renaissance Teacher
From Jet-setting as a Flight Attendant to Mastering Five Stage Combat Weapons to Teach Shakespeare, Linda Pieplow 鈥72, M.A. 鈥78, Looks Back on a Varied Career

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