Updating graduates educational programs
See below for the most common workflows used by other schools.
*This is not recommended unless user-requested or required.
An ad hoc committee, under the auspices of BHEW (Board on Higher Education and Workforce) and COSEPUP (Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy), and liaising with GUIRR (Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable) and TAC (Teacher Advisory Council), will lead a study of STEM graduate-level education in the U.
S., revisiting and updating a similar COSEPUP study completed 20 years ago.
Specific tasks will include: • Conduct a systems analysis of graduate education, with the aim of identifying policies, programs and practices that could better meet the diverse education and career needs of graduate students in coming years (at both the master's and Ph. levels—understanding the commonalities and distinctions between the two levels), and also aimed at identifying deficiencies and gaps in the system that could improve graduate education programs.
• Identify strategies to improve the alignment of graduate education courses, curricula, labs and fellowship/traineeship experiences for students with the needs of prospective employers--and the reality of the workforce landscape--which include not only colleges and universities but also industry, government at all levels, non-profit organizations, and others.
This program does not lead to state teaching certification.
When handling the transition from Senior to Alumni, a lot can vary based on your school’s procedures for handling student access and data updates.
• Identify possible changes to federal and state programs and funding priorities and structures that would better reflect the research and training needs of graduate students.
An 11-month, cohort-based program designed to prepare students for leadership positions working in education policy within schools/districts, government, philanthropy, advocacy/non-profit and post-secondary education.
Prepares teachers to serve students with high-incidence disabilities such as learning and emotional/behavioral disabilities.
Designed to move currently-employed certified staff (Instructional Assistants or Paraprofessionals) in Puget Sound school districts within 25 miles of UW's Seattle campus into certified special education teaching positions.
Prepare for careers working with young children and families using research-based practices that facilitate optimal child development with a focus on early childhood, early learning, and family studies.