Bellamy, founding director of the Goodlad Institute for Education Renewal at
the University of Washington Bothell, is the next speaker in the UT Arlington
College of Education and Health Professions’ Mike Moses K-16 Leadership Speaker
lecture starts at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, at the UT Arlington Central
Library, in the Sixth Floor Atrium, 702 Planetarium Place. It is free and open
to the public.
leads a number of national efforts to support simultaneous renewal in schools
and the education of educators. His experience includes public teaching,
university positions as a teacher and principal educator, dean of education and
vice chancellor for academic affairs. He also has served as a member of the
U.S. Department of Education’s Senior Executive Service, including a time as
the director of the federal Office of Special Education Programs.
third and final guest in the speaker series will be Mark Milliron, chancellor
of Western Governors University Texas, a nonprofit, online university designed
to expand access to higher education for Texas residents. The Milliron lecture starts
at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4 at the University Club, Davis Hall, 701 S.
joining WGU Texas, Milliron served as the deputy director for postsecondary
improvement with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, leading efforts to
increase student success in the postsecondary education sector. He is an
award-winning leader, author, speaker and consultant. He is well known for
exploring leadership development, future trends, learning strategies and the
human side of technology change.
speaker series supports the notion that good teaching matters most in a
student’s life at any level,” said Jeanne Gerlach, dean of the UT Arlington
College of Education and Health Professions and associate vice president for
K-16 Initiatives. “It also supports the need to help all our constituents
understand that it takes all of us working together to make sure all students
have access to and success in education.”
event is named for Mike Moses, a prominent Texas educator, who has served as
the general superintendent of the Dallas school district, deputy chancellor for
Systems Operations at the Texas Tech University System and commissioner of
education for the State of Texas.
kicked off the current speaker series Oct. 1.
Moses is one of the most outstanding educators in the state and the nation,” Gerlach
said. “We are pleased to honor someone who has significantly impacted teachers,
students, public education, business and industry.”
About the College of Education and
The College of Education
and Health Professions is fully accredited through the Commission on Colleges
of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and in 2006 became the
first College of Education within the UT System to receive accreditation
through the prestigious National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher
Education. The college currently offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees
through its three academic units: the Departments of Curriculum and
Instruction, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and Kinesiology. Visit www.uta.edu/coehp to learn more.
About UT Arlington
University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research institution of
more than 33,200 students and 2,200 faculty members in the heart of North
Texas. The University’s academic offerings include 80 bachelor’s degrees, 71
master’s degrees and 30 doctoral programs in 12 colleges and schools.
U.S. News & World
Report ranks UT Arlington as of the nation’s top 10 universities for diversity.
UT Arlington also is a national leader in innovative online programs, with
about 9,600 student enrolled in at least one online course in fall 2012.
more information, please visit www.uta.edu.
The University of Texas at Arlington is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.