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The Blue & Gray Press | August 17, 2017

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College of Education

Potential policy insists that all faculty be evaluated every semester

April 27, 2017 | 1

By GARY KNOWLES

Debra Schleef, the assistant provost for Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness, initiated a motion to change how student evaluations work at the end of each semester. Currently, not all classes are evaluated at the end of every semester. If this proposed addition to the faculty handbook is approved, then students enrolled in credit courses will be given an evaluation form for those classes. Read More

Seacobeck Hall to undergo renovations following UMW’s six-year plan

October 13, 2016 |

By SHAWNYA PETERSON

Seacobeck Hall has been an integral part of the University of Mary Washington since its doors opened in 1931. As UMW’s primary dining hall, generations of students have passed through its doors, and it is home to countless fond memories for thousands of students. For the past year, however, it has remained desolate with no students or faculty using its facilities.Read More

Administration dispels rumors regarding termination of music and arts education degrees

March 26, 2015 |

By HOPE RACINE

The University of Mary Washington community was temporarily shocked last week following rumors of the immediate termination of UMW art and music education degrees.

On March 19, the Department of Music Facebook page posted, “Yesterday we … Read More

New Programs Added to College Of Education

September 29, 2011 |

By KYLE LEFLER

The University of Mary Washington’s College of Education has announced a set of new programs being developed for the institution for as soon as fall 2012.

Dean of the College of Education Mary Gendernalik-Cooper expressed excitement about … Read More