• Ada Gonzalez

    Ada Gonzalez defended her dissertation “Understanding Effectuation Theory as an Entrepreneurial Cognitive and Behavioral Process in Firm Creation and Expansion to Create Local, Contextual Knowledge in Morocco” on Dec. 11 in the Student Engagement Center.

  • Julie White and Dissertation Committee

    Julie White defended her dissertation titled “The Effectiveness of Goal Setting on Teacher Evaluations” on Dec. 5 in the Student Engagement Center.

  • Kimvy Vu Calpito

    Kimvy Vu Calpito defended her dissertation “Learning about Two Immigrant Families’ Educational Experiences and Educational Needs for Cultural Transmission from Trigenerational Family Storytelling” on Dec. 12 in the Student Engagement Center.

  • Lawrence White and Dissertation Committee

    Lawrence White defended his dissertation “A Basic Interpretive Study of Co-Teaching Perceptions: Collaboration of General and Special Education Elementary School Teachers” on Dec. 5 in the Student Engagement Center.

  • Phillip Youngblood and Dissertation Committee

    Phillip Youngblood defended his dissertation “Working Relationships Among Supervisors and Interns in Virtual Internships on Dec. 5 in the Student Engagement Center.

  • Sadeq Sohrabie and Dissertation Committee

    Sadeq Sohrabie defended his dissertation "The Effect of Faculty Leadership Style on the Results of Student Evaluation of Teachers” on Dec. 5 in the Student Engagement Center.

  • Speakers at the symsposium

    Graduate students in the Dreeben School of Education showcased their research at the annual Graduate Research Symposium, held on Nov. 6-9.

  • High school student presentation

    High school student Ian Martinez talks to future teachers about the challenges and opportunities he experienced throughout his life with autism.

  • Faculty and principal

    Students from the schools of education, business, media and design, and athletics department, teamed up to participate in a service-learning project on May 3 with the Martin Luther King Jr. Academy in San Antonio Independent School District.

  • Brandi Coleman holding certificate

    Brandi Coleman, M.Ed., Induction Coordinator in Teacher Education at the Dreeben School of Education, has received a Commitment to Service award from the Ettling Center for Civic Leadership & Sustainability for a mentorship program called The Lemonade Circle.

  • Achievement award winner Jennifer Lingsch

    The Dreeben School of Education hosted its annual Honors Convocation on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at the University of the Incarnate Word in the Luella Bennack Music Center. The ceremony recognized the school’s outstanding students in undergraduate and graduate programs.

  • Two Scholarship Recipients

    Dreeben School of Education teacher certification candidates, Dorothy Hanson and Valerie Mallen, earned the Sid Richardson Foundation Scholarship which supports math and science preservice teachers.

  • Monica Olivarez

    Our student spotlight this month is Monica D. Olivarez for her commitment to education. Olivarez works as a teacher and coach at St. Anthony Catholic High School and attends night classes to earn her master's degree in Student Services in Higher Education. Find out how Olivarez balances work and school.

  • Student and faculty presentation

    Doleatha Thomas, doctoral student, and Dr. Sandra Guzman Foster, assistant professor, presented at the Texas Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education's annual conference in Frisco, TX.

  • Cristina Luna

    Texas native Cristina Luna is making waves in the field of student affairs. A graduate of the M.Ed. in Student Services in Higher Education program at UIW, Luna is currently an Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Greek Life at the University of Miami.

  • Catherine Rogers-Casarez with and Sandra L. Guzman Foster, Ph.D.

    Dreeben School of Education faculty and doctoral students presented at the 44th Annual Research on Women and Education Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

  • Rozlyn Bermea

    In the Fall of 2016, Rozlyn Bermea began classes at University of the Incarnate Word. Bermea chose the school because of the school’s reputation for having an excellent Education program.

  • Elizabeth L Payne Wueste

    A program director for a major health system, Elizabeth L. Payne Wueste is already an accomplished professional and scholar. Her next step may take her to the C-suite and her pursuit of a Ph.D. in Education Administrator is preparing her to get there.