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University of Michigan-Dearborn opened
Dr. Frederick Goodman left the Dearborn Campus and went to Ann Arbor School of Education, and was replaced by Dr. Richard W. Morshead as the educational philosophy instructor.
Dr. Morshead became the chairman of Teacher Certification
o The Teacher Certification unit became the Department of Education and it coordinator became identified as a chairman. o The Dearborn Campus had its name changed to The University of Michigan Dearborn o A group of UM-D students, faculty, staff and Dr. Rosalyn Saltz developed a child care facility. Dr. Saltz was able to create a small parent cooperative preschool on the campus.
o Teacher education unit became the Division of Urban Education o Chairman Dr. Richard Morshead was named the associate dean o First Education Executive Committee was created, with Dr. Daniel Sayles, Dr. Rosalyn Saltz, and Dr. Grace Kachaturoff o The new Division was able to introduce its own degrees, thus the creation of the baccalaureate degree in education for students planning to become elementary school teachers
o Dr. Rosalyn Salts became coordinator of the Early Childhood Teacher Certification Program o Chancellor Leonard Goodall changed the parent cooperative organization to a university service
o Division of Urban education dropped Urban to properly reflect the faculty’s sense of mission, now just Division of Education.
William Jenkins became the new Chancellor and joined Division of Education as a faculty member.
The Associate Dean, Richard W. Morshead became dean of the Division of education.
Chancellor William Jenkins retired Replaced by Dr. Blenda Wilson who joined the Governing Faculty as a professor of Education
o Richard W. Morshead left the dean’s office Dr. Jane Romatowski became the interim dean while the search for the dean continued. o Dr. John B Poster would be the next dean
Regents of University granted the Division a new title as the School of Education
o Dean Poster took office o James C. Rennick from George Mason University was appointed chancellor and professor of public administration and education.
o The founders of the Dearborn School of Education were ready to hand their torches to a new generation of professors. Rich Morshead, Royalyn Saltsz, and Dan Sayles announced their intention to retired. o End of an era, as the first dean and executive committee were gone.
Dr. Paul Fossum begins 1-year appointment as Interim Dean of the School of Education
SEO hosts Chancellor’s Picnic Theme: Nifty Fifties
SOE hosts site visit for Teacher Education Accreditation Council Team
SOE receives notification of being awarded 7-year accreditation by Teacher Education Accreditation Council
SOE submits proposal to establish new college
School of Education officially becomes the College of Education, Health and Human Services
Dr. Janine Janosky begins 5-year appointment as Dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Services
CEHHS hosts Jean and Ken Simpson Professional Development Series for Educators, with keynote speaker Michelle Watts on “Building a STEM Program that Embraces Creativity and Critical Thinking”
o Ride the Tiger: A Guide through the Bipolar Brain o Detroit Public Television and CEHHS partner on development of a curriculum and sponsor community event to air the documentary about bipolar disorder awareness
o CEHHS hosts Chancellor’s Picnic Theme: Camp UM-Dearborn
Dr. Ann Lampkin-Williams begins two-year appointment as Interim Dean of CEHHS, pending Regential approval
CEHHS hosts Jean and Ken Simpson Professional Development Series for Educators, with keynote speaker LeAnn Nickelsen, M.Ed. On “Strategies to Reach and Teach Students Affected by Poverty”
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