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Accolades Newsletter

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Accolades, Fall 2012, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences Oct 2012

Accolades, Fall 2012, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences

Accolades Newsletter

As you will read in the pages of this issue of Accolades, there are many new and important initiatives faculty and students are engaged in; each is central to the mission of our college and true to our motto--“Enhancing Quality of Life through Research, Outreach, and Practice.”


Accolades, Fall 2011, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences Oct 2011

Accolades, Fall 2011, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences

Accolades Newsletter

In this issue of Accolades, you will learn about some of the wonderful work in which our students and faculty are engaging. As you know, the college motto is “Enhancing Quality of Life through Research, Outreach, and Practice,” and most of the stories contained herein truly embrace this mission. In particular, please take the time to read about how two of our doctoral students in the Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies are addressing the needs of refugees who have resettled in Knoxville from war-torn Iraq. You will also learn about students who moved their doctoral seminar class to ...


Accolades, Fall 2010, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences Oct 2010

Accolades, Fall 2010, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences

Accolades Newsletter

The 2009–2010 academic year has proven to be one of great success and achievement for the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. As graduates and friends of our college, you will be pleased to know that we have achieved our capital campaign goal of $20 million. Although now well past our goal, we are working even harder to raise funds in support of our mission. This issue of Accolades is full of stories that demonstrate the progress you have made possible.


Accolades, Fall 2009, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences Oct 2009

Accolades, Fall 2009, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences

Accolades Newsletter

In the current issue of Accolades you will learn of the very important work our students are engaged in as they counsel youth who are suffering loss. The Grief Outreach Center, under the direction of Tricia McClam, is providing grief counseling to elementary through high school students who have lost close family members, are struggling as a result of separation or divorce, or dealing with other personal tragedy. Denise Bates and Allison Anders are leading the effort to assist in the resettlement of refugees from the African country of Burundi. Special attention is being focused on the successful transition and ...


Accolades, Fall 2008, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences Oct 2008

Accolades, Fall 2008, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences

Accolades Newsletter

This was the inaugural year for two very special new programs for which the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences has responsibility. These programs, while both focusing on the provision of educational opportunities to our important constituents, are very different in their mission and purpose. They are also completely opposite in the population of students they serve.


Accolades, Fall 2007, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences Jan 2007

Accolades, Fall 2007, College Of Education, Health, And Human Sciences

Accolades Newsletter

As you will read in the pages of this issue of Accolades, there are many new and important initiatives faculty and students are engaged in; each is central to the mission of our college and true to our motto--“Enhancing Quality of Life through Research, Outreach, and Practice.”