Professor Beth Harry brings a unique perspective to special education. Her daughter Melinda had a childhood disability that claimed her life at an early age. She co-founded a school in Trinidad that became a model for special education in the Caribbean. She also has conducted groundbreaking research on cultural and educational attitudes toward disabilities.
From the Super Bowl to basketball, soccer and esports, the fifth annual University of Miami School of Education and Human Development’s (SEHD) Sport Industry Conference offered a variety of learning and networking opportunities to UM students.
Counseling psychologists, clinicians, and lawmakers can all play a role in addressing the nation’s opioid crisis, according to experts at a multidisciplinary panel hosted by the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD).
As I write this, the world is experiencing unprecedented disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I truly hope that anyone reading this is safe, healthy and withstanding the difficult changes we have all had to make to live, work and celebrate April holidays – I hope those of you who observe – had wonderful Easter and Seder celebrations.