When you are an Education student at Centenary University, you are part of an active, thoughtful group of people who are making a difference in education. Read EDUCATION BUZZ to learn more about what we’ve been doing and what we’re thinking!

SPRING 2022 EDUCATION BUZZ
While the entire staff, faculty, and student body of Centenary University are mourning the loss of Dr. Cathleen Benedict, we are proud of the achievements of our Education students — both in undergraduate and graduate programs. Click here to read the Spring 2022 edition of EDUCATION BUZZ.

FALL 2021 EDUCATION BUZZ
Our lead story is on Social Emotional Growth in the Classroom by Katherine Murawski, Bachelor of Arts in Education K-6 Elementary Education and Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement ‘21. Click here to read the Fall 2021 edition of EDUCATION BUZZ.

SPRING 2021 EDUCATION BUZZ
Working Through It All by Robin Iaione, a fourth-grade teacher at MansfieldTownship Elementary School, M.Ed. in EducationalPractice, Centenary University. Click here to read the Spring 2021 edition of EDUCATION BUZZ.

FALL 2020 EDUCATION BUZZ
On National Teacher Appreciation Day (May 4, 2020), First Lady Melania Trump called Dr. Danielle Kovach to thank her for her great work as an educator. The first lady expressed appreciation for all that Dr. Kovach does for her students. Mrs. Trump also asked how Dr. Kovach and her students were coping during this time. Dr. Kovach responded that the teachers were working hard to make sure that both their students’ emotional and academic needs were being met. Click here to read the Fall 2020 edition of EDUCATION BUZZ.

SPRING 2020 EDUCATION BUZZ
Across the country, college students have faced the challenges of moving to remote learning to finish their spring semesters. For future teachers, this transition happened not only in their higher ed classrooms but also in their field placements. Centenary University’s clinical interns rose to the challenge, teaming up with their cooperating teachers to develop and implement distance learning plans in innovative ways. Click here to read the Spring 2020 edition of EDUCATION BUZZ.

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