COVID-19 Guidance
In response to COVID-19, all courses are now online and employees are working remotely.

Message from Dean Amy Rutstein-Riley

March, 2020

Dear friends,

Amy Rustein-Riley

I hope you are all well and weathering this challenging time. Like many other schools, we extended our spring break to give us time to move all of our classes online. All course content will be available in the Blackboard environment, so we may continue to provide a rich and engaging learning experience for our students.

Out of necessity, faculty and staff are working remotely. They will still be available by email, and the certification, field placement, and advising offices will be glad to schedule a phone conversation upon request.

As we move to this virtual environment, we are committed to giving our students the quality learning experience they’ve come to expect. We also want to stay in touch with our entire community, including our alumni.  

Many thanks, and take good care of yourself and your loved ones!

Amy Rutstein-Riley, PhD, MPH
Interim Dean, Graduate School of Education

Please see our COVID-19 page for more information.