Professor Jane Okech rarely checks her email after work or on the weekends. On most weekdays, she leaves her office by 5:00 p.m. This was not always her practice. It comes from years of over extending herself and from lessons learned over time on the value of self-care and the importance of leading a balanced life.
Tonia Crawford (’19) and Sam Whitman (’20) are the inaugural recipients of the 2018 APEX (American Primary Experience Program) Scholarship awarded by the University of Vermont. Both are undergraduate students in the Elementary Education program.
Rosalva Aguilar is passionate about working with young children and their families. Last spring, she received the 2018 College of Education and Social Services (CESS) Award for Academic and Social Justice Distinction.
- Shaping Educational Policies Nationwide, Empowering Children and Families
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- UVM Counseling Professor Collaborates with Interdisciplinary Restorative Practices Research Team
- Embracing the Experience: Student-Athlete Courtney Wright
- UVM Awarded Grant for Interprofessional Education (IPE) Project
- New Faculty Add Diverse Expertise and Backgrounds
- UVM Alum Payeur Named Vermont Teacher of the Year
- Feverish World to Inspire Solutions for a Warming Planet
- Building Schools and Opportunities
- Study Explores What Makes Strong Science Teachers
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