The School of Education and Human Development has dedicated educators and innovative leaders who have been acclaimed for their determination in helping students, education administration and communities.
Aiding our Community
Education alumnae Maria Arbiol and Jennifer Canals-Diaz helped victims of Hurricane Irma in South Florida and the Caribbean by leading donation drives.
After graduating with her degree in recreational therapy, Raquel Cruz founded Blues for Vets, a non-profit that connects service dogs with veterans.
Leading in Physics Education
Idaykis Rodriguez, a post-doc fellow at the STEM Transformation Institute, introduced former Vice President Joe Biden at the College Summit and advocates for Hispanic women in science and physics education.
Advocating for Inclusivity
Alumna such as Sanchez and Quintero are reducing the number of students who repeat grades and ensuring that students with special needs have more inclusive learning environments.