College of Education & Professional Studies

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Office: Winther Hall Information Desk window (main floor lobby)
Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday
Phone: (262) 472-1101
E-mail: education@uww.edu

Diversity


Contact information                                  Office Hours

5040 Winther Hall                                             Mondays 12:00-2:00pm

(262) 472-5813 office                                         Wednesdays 1:30-3:30pm

(608) 295-5863 cell                                            Thursdays 3:30-5:00pm or by appointment

tomso@uww.edu

College of Education and Professional Studies Statement on Diversity

Diversity is a multifaceted construct. One facet of diversity is the variety of visible and invisible differences that exist among individuals including, but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, religion, and sexual identity.  Another facet of diversity is the openness to developing knowledge about other cultures and understanding how one's own biases might affect one's worldview and interactions with others. This understanding and knowledge of individual differences and diverse cultures is critical for those working in all disciplines in our college.

COEPS strives to create an inclusive community in which students, faculty, and staff feel safe, respected, and valued. We strive to not only demonstrate openness and respect in our interactions with each other, but to help students develop multicultural competence in their future professional endeavors. 

Have any ideas or requests for Diversity programming? Please submit them here.

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Recruitment

UW-Whitewater I Want to be a Teacher Camp (June 2018)

They may only be high schoolers, but they're ready to change the lives of the next generation of students. These future teachers were part of the first ever "I Want To Be a Teacher Camp" at UW-Whitewater, which is conducted for high school students considering the teaching field. Students met with current students and faculty, participated in an education course, taught a lesson at the university's childcare center and had time for bowling and other recreation (UW-Whitewater 📷Craig Schreiner)

Involvement

Future Teachers Summer (FTP) Institute

The Future Teachers Summer Institute is a program exclusively for education majors who have already been admitted to UW-Whitewater for the coming fall term. This unique, award-winning program gives incoming freshmen a chance to get a jump start in learning about the requirements for admission into professional education in a fun environment, explore professional career opportunities in education, find out about the required assessments for education majors, and explore paid opportunities for undergraduate research while developing leadership skills.Participants will also attend an orientation, have networking opportunities, automatically have a spot in the Future Teachers Learning Community, and attend faculty and student led workshops on how to succeed in college.  Students will also have the opportunity to take part in hands on seminars, meet their assigned peer mentors, and learn the best ways to go about applying for and earning internships and jobs both during their time in college and after.

FTP Institute 2018

 

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UWW Inclusive Excellence Home Page

Inclusive Excellence and Diversity Committee

This Committee provides support & guidance to all diversity efforts in the College. The committee also provides recommendations on strategies, policies, plans, and resources to support and address diversity within and across the College. The committee will collaborate with other committees in the College such as the College's Strategic Planning and Budgeting Committee and the Curriculum Committee.

This committee will actively recruit applicants for the university's Inclusive Excellence Fellowship program. If a fellow is assigned to the College, members of this committee will provide mentorship and support to the Fellow.

Committee Members 

Term

Department

Name

2019-2021

Diversity Chair

Jenna Cushing-Luebner

2019-2021

C&I

Jenna Cushing-Luebner

2020-2022

COM DIS

Lourdes (Lulu) Martinez-Nieto, Pedro Aranda, Beth Swanson

2019-2021

COUNS ED

Ola Bamgbose

2029-2021

EDFOUND

Anne Durst

2019-2021

Kinesiology

Kathleen Happel

2019-2021

C&I

Jenna Cushing-Leubner

2019-2021

Early Childhood/Spec Ed

Brooke Winchell

2019-2021

Dean’s Office

 

2019-2021

Dean’s Office

Gretchen Kinney

2019-2021

Inclusive Excellence Lecturer

Jamila Lee-Johnson,

Marijuana Vandyck

 

Campus Food Panty

Located in: White Hall

Address: 847 W Starin Rd, Whitewater, WI 53190 

The Campus Food Pantry is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays 2-5pm in White Hall. While the primary audience is students, faculty and staff are welcome as well. We offer a variety of nonperishable food and toiletries, and you are welcome to take what you need from the shelves yourselves with certain limitations. 

Contact foodpantry@uww.edu or 262 472-1860 for more information or to access food when the pantry is not open.

Warhawk Success Closet 

Dr. Kenny Emmanuel Yarbrough's Office

Dr. Ozalle M Toms' Office

Student Diversity, Engagement, and Success

The Warhawk Success Closet is a University initiative to provide students access to free professional and business appropriate attire. What's helpful in exerting confidence is feeling confident and looking your best. So stop by and check out what the Success Closet has to offer.

The location of the Success Closet is in the Career & Leadership Development Department or in the University Center, room 146. The hours of operation are from Monday through Friday from 8am - 5pm or by appointment.Phone: (262) 472-1471