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University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Education

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Education
Established 1951
Type Public
Dean Carol Colbeck
Students 2,693
Postgraduates 735
Location Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Campus University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Website www.uwm.edu/soe

The University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Education is an academic division of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. It offers five undergraduate major, five master's, and 12 doctoral programs. It also offers the only four-year interpreter training degree in Wisconsin.

The school was ranked 86th nationally by U.S. News & World Report in 2011.[1]

History

The School of Education’s history is intertwined with the history of UWM. The school’s predecessor, Milwaukee Normal School, opened in 1885 to train teachers in downtown Milwaukee at 18th Street and Wells Avenue. In 1909, the Normal School moved to its new location, the Milwaukee Normal School Building (today’s Mitchell Hall on the UWM campus). The Normal School became Milwaukee State Teachers College, offering four-year degrees. In 1951, Milwaukee State Teachers College became Wisconsin State College (WSC), Milwaukee, with liberal arts degrees. WSC merged with UW Milwaukee Extension to form UWM.

Departments

Academic Centers

  • Center for Mathematics and Science Education Research
  • Center for New and Professional Educators
  • Early Childhood Research Center (ECRC)
  • Institute for Intercultural Research

Notable people

References

  1. ^ Rankings:Best Education Programs, U.S. News & World Report 2011

External links

  • University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Education
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