Two UNT College of Education Professors recognized on "Top 25 Texas Education Professors" list

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - 09:46

University of North Texas College of Education faculty members Lyndal Bullock and Smita Mehta and UNT alumna Colleen Swain were recognized on the Online Schools Texas list of “Top 25 Texas Education Professors.”

Bullock, Regents Professor in educational psychology, also was recently awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children.

Mehta, UNT associate professor of educational psychology and curriculum coordinator of the autism graduate programs in the department of educational psychology, was recently given the College of Education’s Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.

Colleen Swain, University of Texas at Tyler professor, was recently awarded the 2012 UNT Department of Learning Technologies Outstanding Alumni Award. She earned her Ph.D. from UNT in 1997.

More information on all the winners can be found online.

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