2006 News Articles (click title for full article)
An Exercise in Hope: Helping Spinal Cord Injury Patients Improve Cardiovascular Health, Regain Some Sensation & Movement
Dr. Lisa Griffin spends her days studying communication between the brain and body in people who are paralyzed from spinal cord injuries, determining if paralyzed individuals can regain muscle control and feeling, as well as achieve optimum cardiovascular health.
Tech Camp Trains Teachers from 20 Campuses, Promising to Affect Learning Outcomes for Nearly 1000 Students
Around 80 Austin Independent School District students and 45 teachers spent a week at Tech Camp '06, learning from College of Education and AISD technology experts how technology can spark creativity, bolster student confidence and polish writing skills.
Valenzuela named Hispanic Faculty/Staff Association Faculty Member of the Year
Dr. Angela Valenzuela, an associate professor in the College of Education's Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Mexican American Studies, has been selected Hispanic Faculty/Staff Association (HFSA) Faculty Member of the Year.
Three Faculty Members Awarded for Innovative Use of Technology in the Classroom
Three University of Texas at Austin College of Education faculty members were winners at the 2006 Innovative Instructional Technology Awards Program (IITAP), a competition that showcases the most outstanding examples on campus of teaching with technology.
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