March SEOH News

March Live Session

SEOH kicks off its spring semester this month! We welcome our new cohort of students who will begin their programs March 9. The first semester live session will be on the following Saturday, March 14. Please note the room assignments prior to arrival as there are sections of the same courses meeting in different rooms.

Teacher Job Fair 2020

There are many employment-related events this spring culminating with the April 7 Teacher Job Fair. Many school districts will be in attendance - the majority of which are hiring special educators! Attendees will meet with school system representatives and interview with those for whom there is mutual interest. The fair is open to Miami University undergraduates, graduates and alumni of the College of Education, Health & Society.

Preparatory Event

Teacher Candidate Mock Interview
  • Wednesday, March 18 (9 am – 7 pm) at the Center for Career Exploration & Success at 0045 Armstrong Student Center • Register for the Event »

Graduation Deadline

Any student nearing graduation are encouraged to follow the Graduate School's steps for information and requirements. Students intending to graduate this summer must apply by today, March 1.

Faculty Recognition

SEOH is excited to share that three faculty members in our program and Department of Educational Psychology have been recognized in the last month for their outstanding engagement with community and students.

Associate professor and special education faculty, Sarah Watt, has been awarded the 2020 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award! The award recognizes faculty who demonstrate creative, innovative and engaging teaching methods.

Professor Leah Wasburn-Moses' senior seminar course was designed to encourage students to think deeply about longstanding issues facing special education professionals. Read more about how the course encouraged students to reach out across the community to address a variety of critical issues.

Associate Clinical Professor, Molly Kelly has been selected as Miami University’s Outstanding Faculty for Student Success for her driving focus on keeping student success at the forefront of her work.

The Special Education Online Hybrid program is proud and fortunate to have such dedicated faculty!