September 14, 2016
WHAT: Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, will host a forum to celebrate Spanish Day. The forum is "Spanish: An Essential Skill for American Students."
The panel will include Michael Martinez, a doctoral candidate in classical and modern languages and literatures, who will discuss why more American students need to study Spanish. James Haney, a senior classical and modern languages student and Gayle Jeffers, a doctoral student in bilingual education, who will discuss what an American needs to do to speak Spanish.
There will be a reception after the forum and it is open to the public.
WHEN: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 15)
WHERE: Room 352 College of Education
CONTACT: Comfort Pratt, associate professor, Department of Teacher Education, College of Education, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-5710 or email@example.com
The College of Education at Texas Tech University offers a full range of programs, including eight doctoral degrees, 12 master's degrees and two bachelor's degrees with numerous specializations leading to careers in public or private education as teachers, professors, administrators, counselors and diagnosticians.
Programs in the college are housed in two departments. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers undergraduate programs leading to initial teaching certificates and graduate programs in bilingual education, curriculum and instruction, elementary education, language literacy and secondary education.
The Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership offers graduate programs in counselor education, educational leadership, educational psychology, higher education, instructional technology and special education.