The Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD) strives to be an inclusive community of scholars and citizens who serve diverse populations by engaging individual, group, and social differences in pursuit of equity, accessibility, and excellence for all. As educators, counselors, and leaders it is our passion for inclusivity that guides and fuels our commitment to making a difference in the lives of those we serve. We value everyone in our community and maintain our commitment to enhance the research, practice, and policy of counseling, education, and human & organizational development for all participants, at all levels, and wherever they may be.
Making a Difference While Serving Communities Near and Far
Four International Education Program (IEP) Alumni (Alison Grimsland, Matt Sacco, Ben Sylla, and William Webber) recently returned to GSEHD discuss their career paths and provide advice to current IEP students.
GSEHD alumna Hala Abdulaziz Aseel (master's, Community Counseling) was highlighted in the Arab News article, "The Face: Hala Abdulaziz Aseel, Saudi campaigner for awareness of mental health wellness."
(Image courtesy of Ziyad Alarfaj/Arab News)
Maxine Greene, the noted philosopher of arts, aesthetics, and democracy in education, observed: "Justice, equality, freedom - these are as important to us as the arts, and we believe they can infuse each other, perhaps making some difference at a troubled time."
GSEHD alumni Drs. Nicole Dillard and Russell Robinson (both Ed.D., Executive Leadership Program) recorded a podcast on diversity and inclusion on the Amplified Research Speakerbox podcast series
Maxine Greene, the noted philosopher of arts, aesthetics, and democracy in education, observed: "Justice, equality, freedom - these are as important to us as the arts, and we believe they can infuse