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Undergraduate Bulletin 2005-2007
Education and Human Services, College of


Education and Human Services, College of

Office of the Dean : Nursing/Education 113
Telephone: 920-424-3322

Michael P. Ford, Associate Dean
Office: Nursing/Education 113
Telephone: 920-424-3324

Jean D. Inda, Director
Professional Education Program
Office: Nursing/Education 113
Telephone: 920-424-0115

MaryBeth Petesch, Director
Office of Field Experiences and Internships
Office: Nursing/Education 113
Telephone: 920-424-3323

Department Chairpersons

Margaret J. Olson, Counselor Education
Telephone: 920-424-1475
Ava McCall, Curriculum and Instruction
Telephone: 920-424-2477
Anthony Koyzis, Educational Foundations
Telephone: 920-424-1490
Janet Hagen, Human Services and Professional Leadership
Telephone: 920-424-1490
Joan Simmons, Reading Education
Telephone: 920-424-4444
Thomas A. Fischer, Special Education
Telephone: 920-424-3421

Service Center Directors

Byron Malsin, Center for Career Development and Employability Training
Telephone: 920-424-3034
Polly Montgomery, Fox Valley Writing Project
Telephone: 920-424-3325
Sally Wilke, Head Start Project
Telephone: 920-424-2166
William Kitz, Project Success
Telephone: 920-424-1033
Peg Hamblin, CESA 6 Media Center
Telephone: 920-424-3418
Elizabeth A. Lahm, Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative
Telephone: 920-424-2247

The College of Education and Human Services is committed to providing its students with quality instruction in degree programs that are designed to prepare graduates for employment in a variety of educational settings. The College is highly responsive to changing societal needs and provides programs, which enable students to obtain the broadest possible professional preparation, without sacrificing the depth of training, which is so essential to prospective employers.

Established over one hundred years ago, the College has developed an outstanding reputation based on the exceptional quality of its graduates.

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