School of Education Articles
MAIC offers unique opportunity to showcase work and research
Each spring, faculty members from Millikin University come together to discuss ways of advancing Performance Learning by sharing their expertise, research and knowledge with one another at the Millikin Academic Interdisciplinary Conference (MAIC) . This year's conference, the 8th annual, was hosted on March 22.
Teacher candidates experience first job interviews
For the last few years, we've taken an inside look at Millikin University's annual Interview Boot Camp, hosted by the Millikin School of Education, by capturing the experience as seen from faculty and alumni who coordinate the event.
An eye-opening conversation on the "Browning of the Midwest"
Millikin University invites the local community to an eye-opening conversation with acclaimed writer Dr. Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 5 p.m. in the Doug and Diane Oberhelman Center for Leadership Performance, located on the 1st floor of the University Commons on Millikin's campus. The event is free and open to the public.
James Millikin Scholar uses project to create children's mystery musical
Haley Muller is a James Millikin Scholar (JMS) at Millikin University. She is part of a highly selective honors program designed to facilitate activities for students who engage in creative pursuits.
Dr. Jeff Butts '92 one of four finalists for National Superintendent of the Year
Fueled by inspiration, Millikin international student aspires to become elementary education teacher
Gerard Santiveri hopes to someday become a teacher, and not just for job purposes, but because he wants to make an impact on the lives of future students – similar to how many teachers have impacted his life while growing up.
Millikin graduates to be honored at 2018 Winter Commencement
Millikin University will recognize over 120 graduates for its 2018 Winter Commencement ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. at Kirkland Fine Arts Center on Millikin's campus.
Future teacher honored for academic success and contributions in the community
Millikin pilot course delivers content outside of class and activities during class
The term flipped classroom, or flipped instruction, is becoming a unique form of learning in the field of education, and it's being adopted at Millikin University through a pilot course titled Earth & Space Science.