Gevirtz School News

May 6, 2014

  • 2014 Dr. J Fellowship awardees

    Photo Caption: the 2014 Dr. J Student Teacher Fellows (l-r): Christina Nowak, Rachel Cannella, Dean Jane Close Conoley, Finley Balma, Kelly Ball, Jubilee Nordwall, Sue Jamgochian, Matthew Wilson, Juan Zambrano Gonzalez, Gabrielle Sharaga

    The Teacher Education Program at the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at UC Santa Barbara has named its 2014 Dr. J Student Teacher Fellows: In the Education Specialist Moderate/Severe Teaching Credential Track: Christina Nowak In the...

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  • Training session for the Santa Barbara Wellness Project

    Training the trainers for the Santa Barbara Wellness Project

     One group of students training in the Hosford Counseling & Psychological Services Clinic are currently volunteering to present the Santa Barbara Wellness Center’s Mental Health Matters educational program in local elementary schools....
  • The 2013-14 Hearst and Tuohy Scholars

    The 2013-14 Hearst and Tuohy Scholars (from l-r): Adam Anderson, Michael Lutz, Anmarie Economos, Allen Lu, Monica Cadenasso, Stephen Hine, Thalia Moshtagh, and Megan Phillips (not pictured: Alyssa Breeher, Lauren Selonke, Emily Turner, and Matthew Wilson)

    The Gevirtz School at UC Santa Barbara has named its 2013-14 Hearst and Tuohy Scholars, twelve students working on their teaching credentials in mathematics and science. The 2013-14 Hearst Scholars are: Alyssa Breeher Monica Cadenasso...

March 10, 2014

  • the 2013-2014 Noyce Scholars

    The 2013-14 Noyce Scholars (from l-r): Kirby Welsh, Kim Ramirez, Mary Plant-Thomas, Erika Bland, Sabrina Harper, Chelsea Wallace, and Griselda Velazquez

     The Gevirtz School at UC Santa Barbara has named its 2013-14 Noyce Scholars, seven students working on their teaching credentials in mathematics and science. The funding for the Noyce Scholars comes from a $900,000 grant awarded to the...

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