Educators Academy

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College recognizes exceptional undergraduate students through participation in the Educators Academy.  Members of this prestigious Educators Academy have a record of high academic achievement with a conviction that they can change the world through knowledge, persistence and commitment.

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Benefits and opportunities of the Educators Academy include:

  • Invitations and VIP access to special events
  • Networking with university, community and school district leaders
  • Involvement in faculty research
  • Access to professional conferences
  • Leadership seminars and training
  • Increased scholarship options
  • Access to Teachers College student lounge
  • Monthly coffee chats

Eligibility requirements for the Educators Academy are:

  • All incoming students who receive a Provost or President New American University Scholarship OR transfer students who have earned a minimum 3.75 GPA, OR
  • Students participating in Barrett, The Honors College.

 

2014-2015 Educator Academy Mentors

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Lea Fordyce
I am an Elementary Education STEM (focus: math) major, hoping to eventually teach 5th or 6th grade. I love to read books, watch Netflix, and grow plants! I am also a part of Omega Phi Alpha, a national service sorority here on campus.

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Tanya Reyes
I am a sophomore studying Elementary Education - Bilingual/English as a Second Language. I am the current President of Reach2Teach, a professional development student organization, and appreciate the many opportunities to get involved within the Teachers College. I have enjoyed meeting the excellent faculty members present on campus and look forward to making even more connections this year.

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Risa Stuart
I am a sophomore majoring in Secondary Education-Math. I began the iTeachAZ program a year early and absolutely love being in the classroom! Having been a part of the Educators Academy I have built such a strong relationship with one of our assistant deans (Connie Pangrazi), that we are now on a first name basis. Arizona State University is such a large place and the Teachers College makes it smaller, but being a part of this elite program I feel that I have a close-knit family community, and I would not trade that for anything!