In the news: School of Education
Read the latest news from the School of Education at Ulster University.
Dr Stephen Roulston, Lecturer in the School of Education, was part of the SCoTENS (Standing Conference on Teacher Education, North and South) project team which has been named winner of the 2021 SCoTENS John Coolahan Award for the RAP Project –
16 April 2021
A Postgraduate Ulster University student from Dublin has received a top accolade from Allen & Overy, in recognition of excellence in librarianship and information management.
28 October 2020
Zahra Baz graduates this summer with a BSc in Journalism with Education
23 July 2020
Parents from across Northern Ireland with children in primary, post-primary and special schools overwhelmingly found supporting their children’s learning from home and well-being challenging and difficult during lockdown.
9 July 2020
Ulster University Professors recognised in New Year’s Honours List 2020
28 December 2019
The 17th Standing Conference on Teacher Education, North and South (ScoTENS), took place on 17 and 18 October with the theme of ‘Leadership across Boundaries: Challenges for Educators and Teacher Educators’.
31 October 2019
Ulster University leads European consortium to develop innovative digital learning platform
19 August 2019
Ulster University Graduates Recognised with Librarianship Excellence Award
8 July 2019
Inspiring principal recognised by Ulster University
3 July 2019
As the class of 2019 graduates today releasing new stream of qualified teachers into the workplace, Ulster University’s School of Education has been recognised for its excellence and strategic leadership in the Education Training Inspectorate’s
2 July 2019
Professor Roger Austin and Dr Stephen Roulston from Ulster University’s School of Education, along with colleagues from QUB and Dublin City University have been awarded the Inaugural John Coolahan Award for their research report on ‘Teacher
25 October 2018
Ulster University announces inspirational honorary graduates
1 June 2018