The Education department prepares scholar activists in field such as social justice, teaching through drama, science education, mathematics education, literacy, and special education. The department’s New York State-registered programs lead to licensure for public school teaching in grades 1-6, in grades 1-6 for students with disabilities, in most secondary school subjects, and in art for grades K-12.


Temple partners with World Bank and UNICEF

Temple Charlie Classroom-00099Hobart and William Smith Colleges Professor of Education Charlie Temple has been volunteering for 20 years with organizations that work for education in some of the world’s poorest countries including…
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FLCC President Nye Visits Political Science Class

Rose Justin Class-00027Finger Lakes Community College President Robert K. Nye recently joined Assistant Professor of Political Science Justin Rose’s “Higher Education Under Fire” class for a broad-ranging discussion of the challenges and…
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Vichness ’66 Selected as Top Leading Woman Entrepreneur

Sharlene Schmidt VichnessSharlene Schmidt Vichness ’66 was selected as a Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneur by the Leading Women Entrepreneur and Business Owners’ (LWE) organization. Vichness is the founder and CEO of…
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From Sesame Street to Tune City

Hunt MilesAfter spending two summers as an intern with the Jim Henson Company as a student, Myles Hunt ’11 is following in the footsteps of the late puppeteer with his company…
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Chapman ’05 Leads Public Relations for Canandaigua Schools

Chapman CarolineCaroline Wenzel Chapman ’05 was recently named the director of communications and advisement for the Canandaigua City School District. Chapman has more than a decade of experience working in Canandaigua…
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