Message from the Dean of School of Education and Human Services:
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The All University Fund Drive is upon us once again. Your generosity in previous years is much appreciated, and has provided students irreplaceable study abroad experiences, tuition relief for graduate and undergraduate students, and steady support of the Centers for Excellence housed in the School of Education and Human Services (SEHS).
The Centers of Excellence, listed below, meet community needs by utilizing students to serve as teachers, tutors, volunteers, and counselors. Students benefit from on-the-job training, and community members benefit from low cost or no cost high quality services.
Consider supporting an area of the University you are passionate about during this year’s AUFD. It is because of your vision, drive and support OU has and will continue to progress and succeed.
Louis B. Gallien, Jr.
Dean of the SEHS
Please consider these funds:
|OUCARES (OU’s center for autism)
||Your gifts to OUCARES will directly support autism programs for children and young adults, while providing OU students hands-on experience "working with children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
|Lowry Early Childhood Education Center
|| Much needed gifts to Lowry support the high quality education of toddlers, preschool, and pre-kindergarten aged children of OU students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community. Gifts have been used to purchase math and science equipment for the classrooms, provide professional development opportunities for Lowry teachers, and support new curriculum such as building gardens.
|Galileo Institute for Teacher Leadership
||Your gift to the Galileo Institute will empower educators to become leaders in their schools through coursework, workshops, and building a community of teacher leaders throughout Michigan.
|Counseling Center and Adult Career Counseling
|| The Counseling and Adult Career Counseling Centers provide no-cost individual, family, and adult career counseling to members of the community, while enabling graduate students to integrate and apply counseling theory with practice in a supervised and professional setting. Your gifts would enable the center to upgrade technology and record keeping, and better equip the family counseling center with toys and games for children to use during their counseling sessions.
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