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COEHS Events

UNF offers a variety of virtual events for prospective students and families. Check out some of the upcoming events below to see what all UNF has to offer. For reasonable accommodations in order to participate in any of our events, please email Jade Yuen at j.yuen@unf.edu at least five days in advance. And for access to past virtual events, check out our Youtube channel where we've created recorded a few past events. 

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UNF Osprey Pride Displays at MOCA & Lufrano Art Galleries

Tuesday, March 1, 2022 - Monday, November 14, 2022

Time varies

Location: MOCA

The students, staff, faculty and alumni at the UNF College of Education and Human Services gathered together to honor UNF’s 50th Anniversary which is officially noted for October, 2022. The various groups joined together to create artistic renderings of their Osprey Pride with the result culminating in an artistic collage of spirit. The work is diverse and vibrant, representing those from college who chose to take part in the celebration and recognition of the important anniversary through creative expression.

These collections of work can be viewed in-person by visiting the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville from May 14 through November 14, 2022 and the UNF Lufrano Intercultural Gallery located on the second floor of the Student Union, Bldg 58 from March 1 to November 1, 2022. 


For questions, contact Dr. Laura Boilini, Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director, Educational Leadership, University of North Florida at l.boilini@unf.edu

UNF Bridges Summer Camp

Monday, July 11, 2022 - Friday, July 15, 2022

9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Location: Various Locations on Campus

Cost: Free

Register Now

Free Summer Camp for Today's Youth Leaders


We are currently accepting applications for high school students in Northeast Florida to participate in our FREE Annual UNF Bridges Summer Camp.

This immersive, week-long virtual summer program is the perfect opportunity for students to explore how they can change lives and transform communities through teaching and how UNF's College of Education and Human Services can help make that happen. Our camp is specifically designed for young adults who want to explore educational and community spaces from racial equity, social justice and activist perspectives.

Packed full of activities led by camp counselors, guest speakers, and educator coaches, we’re thrilled to offer a fully interactive and engaging camp for our students! Campers will receive personalized swag items and materials, a certificate of completion, and will come away with a lifetime of memories along with invaluable knowledge that will prepare them for their college career.

 

Visit the UNF Bridges Summer Camp website for more information about requirements and registration.


Registration is now closed. 


Contact Dr. Rudy Jamison by email at rudy.jamison@unf.edu if you have any questions.

SAS Orientation to Working with Deaf Students in Higher Education

SAS - Orientation to Working with Deaf Students in Higher Education

Thursday, July 14, 2022

3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Location: Tom and Betty Petway Hall, Building 57

Cost: Free

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The Student Accessibility Services (SAS) staff interpreters will host a training for UNF faculty on best practices for working with sign language interpreters and UNF deaf students on campus. This training will be approximately two (2) hours long and will include a certificate of completion following a brief post survey.

Participation is free for UNF faculty, however, space is limited and registration is required to attend. 


For any questions or concerns, please contact Carly Hudson at c.hudson@unf.edu .

 

For information about Student Accessibility Services, please visit the website

UNITE Design Lab Train the Trainer

UNITE Design Lab: Train the Trainer

Thursday, July 21, 2022 - Friday, July 22, 2022

9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Location: Tom and Betty Petway Hall, Building 57

Cost: Free

Register Now

Join us for a two-day train the trainer event focused on advancing workplace training through a universal design for learning (UDL) mindset and inclusive design practices. We welcome all Jacksonville area professionals to connect, learn and innovate! Feel free to share this information with anyone that may also benefit from this opportunity.

The event is free, yes FREE!

Registration information and link can be found here: UNITE Design Lab Inaugural Train the Trainer July 2022

We will explore:

  • Mindset development in training
  • Empathy and UDL
  • Neurodiversity in the workplace
  • UDL & Design Thinking
  • ...and more!

If you are unable to attend both days, but would be interested in attending one of the two days, please email Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich at suzanne.ehrlich@unf.edu to request attendance for one day only.

Our intent is to universally design the event by infusing access across the event, so to ensure full support, individuals requiring reasonable accommodations to participate in programs or services should also reach out to: suzanne.ehrlich@unf.edu.

 

Cohort 32 EdD Program Orientation

Cohort 32 EdD Program Orientation

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Location: Tom and Betty Petway Hall, Building 57, Room 1100A

Cost: Free

Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership Program Orientation

To support the improvement of education through a variety of leadership roles, the College of Education and Human Services at the University of North Florida offers a program leading to the Doctor of Education (EdD) degree in educational leadership. The EdD program draws from a number of departments and other instructional resources of the university. The program consists of course work in interdisciplinary foundations, leadership, research methodologies, and a cognate (or minor) area. The completion of a dissertation is the capstone project of the degree program.

Join us Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at 6 p.m. for the Cohort 32 EdD program orientation for doctoral students and faculty. This orientation will provide an overview of the program as well as an opportunity to meet administrators, faculty, and current students.

For information about the program, please visit the website.

If you have any questions or concern please reach out to Dr. David Hoppey at david.hoppey@unf.edu or Dr. Kim Cheek at k.cheek@unf.edu.
Cohort 30 and 31 EdD Program Meeting

Cohort 30 and 31 EdD Program Meeting

Monday, August 22, 2022

5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m,

Location: Tom and Betty Petway Hall, Building 57, Room 1100A

Cost: Free

Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership Program Meeting

 

To support the improvement of education through a variety of leadership roles, the College of Education and Human Services at the University of North Florida offers a program leading to the Doctor of Education (EdD) degree in educational leadership. The EdD program draws from a number of departments and other instructional resources of the university. The program consists of course work in interdisciplinary foundations, leadership, research methodologies, and a cognate (or minor) area. The completion of a dissertation is the capstone project of the degree program.

Join us Monday, August 22, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. for our Cohort 30 and 31 program meeting for doctoral students and faculty. At this annual fall meeting, the program directors will discuss portfolios, dissertation process, and answer any questions the doctoral programs might have. Additionally, doctoral students from other cohorts will be present to discuss the dissertation process that they engaged in and offer suggestions.

For more information about the program, please visit the website.

For any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. David Hoppey at david.hoppey@unf.edu or Dr. Kim Cheek at k.cheek@unf.edu.