College of Education and Human ServicesDean Gregory Bernhardt
Associate Dean Bonnie K. Mathies
Assistant Dean for Administration Donna Hanby
Buisness Manager Kevin Watson
Chair, Department of Teacher Education Charlotte Harris
Chair, Department of Educational Leadership June Ovington
Chair, Department of Human Services Stephen Fortson
Chair, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Drew Pringle
Director, Graduate Programs Charles Ryan
Director, Professional Field Experiences Donna Cole
Director, Office of Student Services Chris Murphy
Assistant Director & Teacher/Licensure Advisor Eric Poch
Teacher Licensure Advisors Autumn Coleman, Linda Hockaday, Gayle Wiley
Professors Bernhardt (dean), Cole, Finegan, Hansell, Helms, Uphoff (emeritus)
Associate Professors Basista, Beumer-Johnson, C. Harris (chair), Jung, Mathews, O'Connor, Ramey, Renick, Slattery, Tomlin
Assistant Professors Bargerhuff, Collier, Dunne, Gallenstein, Hess, D. Johnson, Mosier, Reed, Rusch, Schatmeyer
Health, Physical Education and Recreation
Associate Professors Frederick, Pringle (chair)
Assistant Professor Edwards, Langlois
Lecturers Bower, Ortiz
Professors Bernhardt (dean), Frey, La Forge, Ryan
Associate Professors Fortson (chair), Henderson, Jones, Wagner Williams, Wantz
Assistant Professors Keferl, Self, Tromski
Professors G. Graham (emeritus), Mathies (associate dean), Ryan
Associate Professors Diamantes, S. Graham, Lindsey, Ovington (chair), Rafferty, Roby
Assistant Professors Adams, Bennett, Carlsen, Davis, Garner, Hambright, Risacher
The College of Education and Human Services assumes responsibility for one of the university's primary functions: preparing teachers, educational leaders, and professionals in health, education, and human services. Many programs within the college lead to licensure by the Ohio Department of Education. The departments of Educational Leadership, Teacher Education, Health, Physical Education and Recreation, and Human Services prepare licensed and nonlicensed leaders for public and private schools, industry, hospitals, sportsmedicine clinics, and community agencies. These leaders include public school teachers, principals, curriculum supervisors, central office administrative specialists, athletic trainers, school guidance counselors, personnel counselors, rehabilitation service providers, community and mental health counselors, and student affairs (higher education) practitioners.
The Bachelor of Science in Education degree and the Bachelor of Science degree with majors in athletic training, rehabilitation services and organizational leadership are offered. The college also offers programs leading to the Master of Arts, Master of Education, Master of Rehabilitation Counseling, Master of Science, and Educational Specialist degrees.
Throughout its history, the college has maintained a close working relationship with the public schools and community agencies in the region. Frequent involvement of the College of Education and Human Services faculty in the schools and agencies of the area, and the advice and planning assistance of public school and agency personnel, serve to improve the college's programs, the programs of community schools, and the services of community agencies.
The "Wright State University Report on the Quality of Teacher Preparation for Academic Year 2003- 2004" can be found in the Appendix. Current and future reports are also available from the Web site http://www.wright.edu/policies/passrates/.
AccreditationsThe College of Education and Human Services meets the standards of, and has been approved by, the Ohio State Board of Education and is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The college's teacher education programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The college's community counseling, community mental health counseling, and school counseling programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), and the Rehabilitation Counseling programs carry the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) accreditation. The undergraduate rehabilitation services program is listed in the Registry of Undergraduate Rehabilitation Programs. The athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).
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