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Counseling Psychology News

School of Education Celebrates Commencement
The School of Education (SoE) will hold two celebrations in honor of its graduates this spring.
Banquet honors stellar students and their benefactors
A record-setting 240 undergraduate scholarships, worth a total of nearly $500,000, were announced at the School of Education Undergraduate Honors Banquet, April 30.
U.S. News ranks SOE programs among nation’s best
The UW–Madison School of Education's core programs again this year rank among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2009 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools.
UW–Madison Tops in Education Research Spending
UW–Madison spent $30 million of externally generated funds on education research in fiscal 2006, more than any other U.S. university, according to the latest figures released by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
2007 American Education Week
Now in its 86th year, this national observance recognizes all the people – in schools, homes and communities – who work together to help children and young adults achieve. At the UW-Madison School of Education, we’ll mark the occasion with a full calendar of events, and we invite you to join in the celebration!
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