First-generation U of R counseling graduates provide mutual support

After meeting in the University of Redlands School of Education Multiple Subject Teaching Credential program, Omar Aguirre ’06, ’18 and… View Article

U of R welcomes new faculty members

In addition to incoming first-year and transfer students, the University of Redlands is welcoming new faculty members to campus for… View Article

Brothers foster counseling careers in U of R School of Education

When brothers Navid Karimi ’18 and Nader Karimi ’19 were in high school, Navid had a desire to pursue nursing… View Article

School of Music alumnus named an LAUSD Teacher of the Year

When Sean Longstreet ’06 arrived at Walnut Park Middle School, he was assigned to teach choir and general music because… View Article

New course brings together U of R education students and incarcerated youth

What happens to students when they get pushed out of the education system? This is a question that University of… View Article

The mental health care Asian American and Pacific Islanders need

When you find a psychologist, therapist, or counselor from a website or a referral source and show up for your… View Article

Mathematics anxiety: a timeless epidemic

It is not uncommon to hear mathematics described as boring, difficult, abstract, confusing, or irrelevant. In fact, many of these… View Article

‘The world is counting on us’: 340 students graduate from School of Education

The School of Education was the first among University of Redlands schools to hold its 2018 Commencement on April 19,… View Article

School of Education master’s student works with kindergartners to publish children’s book

Growing up in Morocco in a family of educators, School of Education student Amal Houck ‘18 knew that she was… View Article

School of Education professor encourages involvement

“I didn’t even realize that becoming a professor was an option for me,” says School of Education Professor Adriana Ruiz… View Article

Professor looks to STEM to help level the K-12 educational playing field

“Being African American and coming from an educational environment where I experienced certain injustices, it was important to me to… View Article