Program Award Winners: TT Class of 2020

Each year, faculty in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) come together to select an outstanding student in their program to receive the honor of being named as their program award winner. Students selected for this award embody the very best of their program: they excel in their studies; they demonstrate leadership in classes and internships; and they have a genuine and tenacious passion for their discipline.

This year, faculty in the Transformative Teaching (TT) program have selected their entire graduating Class of 2020 as Outstanding Students in Transformative Teaching. Congratulations, Transformative Teaching Class of 2020!

This Program Award is given in honor of the Transformative Teaching (TT) graduating Class of 2020, a learning community made up of twenty-two practicing K-12 teachers whose extensive knowledge, diverse experiences, multiple perspectives, and enduring commitments to teaching and learning provided fertile ground for the personal and professional growth of all members of the community. The TT Class of 2020 has weathered unprecedented storms and managed to successfully complete the master’s degree program, in many cases with exceptional effort.

The Transformative Teaching Class of 2020 graduates are:

Kimberly McCue 

Emily Keffer  

Daniel Stein 

Molly Henry 

Carolyn Fay 

Eliza Brown 

Tess Bertonneau 

Lourdes Crespo 

Cayden Betzig  

Valerie Cowan  

Kelly Deegan  

Rachel Bouallegui  

Alyson Willey 

Martosha Coaxum  

Alexandra Jewell-Sharma  

Kristen Jones  

Julie Colella  

Cheryl Dewenter  

Carrie Robertson  

Vickie Tyquiengco  

Sahar Amin  

Jennifer Kreit-Wright