04 Mar 2019

Wesleyan’s School of Education to go digital

Texas Wesleyan’s School of Education is adding new online programs for students pursuing their master’s degree, according to the school of education staff. According to School of Education faculty, the school is moving two of the master’s programs fully into the online forum. One online program is new to Wesleyan,

29 Oct 2018

School of Education gets a spooky makeover

Thanks to Kappa Delta Pi, an education honor’s organization, Dan Waggoner Hall has received a makeover fit for Halloween season. Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) President Lisamarie Barnes explained how she learned from the Coordinator for Doctor of Education Program Judy Baker that typically there’s just a table decorated for the

19 Sep 2018

Students make easy transitions into the School of Education

Bilingual education major Jackie Guevara’s original plan was to attend University of Texas at Arlington, but she felt as though their process was too rushed. She said that advisors at Wesleyan weren’t like that, and they are big reason why she’s a Ram now. “Right away I feel like he

27 Oct 2017

ESL Students Attend Wesleyan science and reading camp

On Thursday, Texas Wesleyan received a flood of new students from Fort Worth. Sponsored by the School of Education, the annual Science and Reading Camp brought hundreds of city students from elementary school to high school to campus for a day of learning. Most are immigrants and refugees who are

07 Feb 2017

The School of Education Hosts Lunch n’ Learn Event

The 5th.-Year M.Ed. Spring 2017 Lunch n’ Learn was held Tuesday in Dan Waggoner Hall. Junior and senior students signed in, grabbed pizza, chatted among themselves and were heckled by Dr. Carlos Martinez, the dean of the School of Education, who popped in before the event got started. Amy Orcutt,