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TCEP Faculty Member Featured in the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s “Save the Bay Magazine"

In celebration of Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s 50th anniversary this year, their Save the Bay magazine designed an issue devoted to stories about outdoor education and environmental literacy. Dr. Ferrell was interviewed to discuss past and current projects that focuses on incorporating environmental literacy and outdoor learning into the curriculum and supporting teachers and administrators throughout the school year— ensuring beyond one-time field experiences. (More)

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CCL Faculty Hood Students at SUNY Orange

Dr. Mitchell Williams traveled to Middletown, New York to hood two CCL alumni on the SUNY Orange Campus. Dr.s Anne Prial and Josh Lavorgna graduated from the Community College Leadership Ph.D. program. (More)

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TCEP Faculty member has been appointed as the Education Section Secretary of the Virginia Academy of Science

Melani Loney, the Program Manager for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematical Education Initiatives at Old Dominion University's Center for Educational Partnerships (TCEP) was appointed the Education Section Secretary of the Virginia Academy of Science (VAS). VAS is the fifth largest state, region, or city academy of science in the U.S.; it was founded in 1923 to promote the civic, academic, agricultural, industrial, and commercial welfare of the people of Virginia. Their members are active in STEM research and education and promote the advancement of science in the Commonwealth of Virginia by providing support for research projects and a platform for dissemination of research results. (More)

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TCEP Wins a Prestigious Programs that Work Award

Old Dominion University’s Center for Educational Partnerships (TCEP) received a prestigious Programs that Work award from the Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition for the program Knowledge through Experience for Youth in Science (KEYS). (More)

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