School of Education to launch online Leadership in School Reform degree program
November 12, 2013 - Union University’s School of Education will soon launch a fully online degree program designed to help educational leaders advance their professional development.
Beginning in January 2014, the Leadership in School Reform program will combine the study of school policy, child development, learning and teaching to instill a vision for educational leadership within a context of school reform.
“At Union and in the School of Education, we want to insert ourselves into t... read more
Union Education School a Top Performer in Tennessee
November 1, 2013 - Union University is one of only three universities in Tennessee cited as “having consistently produced teachers that are outperforming other teachers in the state or are on an upward trend in effectiveness scores,” out of forty-two teacher education programs listed in the evaluation, according to the 2013 Annual Report Card published jointly by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and State Board of Education. Lipscomb University and University of Tennessee, Knoxville were the o... read more
Union University Ed.D. Alumna Speaks About the Human Brain on Television and at Global Think Tank
October 17, 2013 - Dr. Megan Salemi is a graduate of Union University’s Doctor of Education degree program, having completed her studies on Union’s Germantown, TN campus. Salemi was recently featured on WREG News Channel 3, Memphis’ CBS news affiliate. Salemi spoke about the human brain and how kids learn, as she was promoting a technology think tank, a gathering of 500 educators from around the globe who met in Memphis last week. Salemi is currently a teacher at New Hope Christian Academy who ha... read more