Student Stories: Fifty for our 50th #WeAreCEPS

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the College of Education and Professional Studies and build awareness of the varied experiences and talents of our diverse CEPS students, we will share (through social media, photography and narrative) the stories of 50 currently-enrolled, interesting and thought-provoking CEPS students.

Eligibility: Students (currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate CEPS program) may be nominated or nominate themselves through this nomination site. If you are nominating a student, please send the link to this questionnaire to THE STUDENT to complete.

Selection: Fifty Students will be selected, over the course of the year, at the discretion of the project coordinators, based on the level of diverse experiences and interests.
Students selected will be contacted for a photo shoot and additional information to develop their story. Stories will be published on social media, such as Blogger, FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter, and University Web Pages.

Disclaimer: By filling out this nomination form, the student agrees to allowing project managers to publish photos and narrative on all associated social media platforms.

* 1. Address

* 2. What is your Major or Program in the College of Education and Professional Studies (CEPS)?

* 3. What type of student are you in the College of Education and Professional Studies?

* 4. How many semesters have you been enrolled in the College of Education and Professional Studies?

* 5. Why did you choose the program or major in which you are currently enrolled?

* 6. What are you most proud of in your academic life and why?

* 7. What does education mean to you?

* 8. What does being a member of the College of Education and Professional Studies mean to you?

* 9. In what interesting/unusual/unique activities, outside of your academic life, are you engaged?

* 10. Please add any other information you would like to share here:

THANK YOU for sharing your story. #WeAre South #WeAreCEPS!
Dr. Abigail Baxter & Dr. Paige Vitulli

<div style="text-align: center;"><strong>THANK YOU for sharing your story. #WeAre South #WeAreCEPS!</strong></div>
<div style="text-align: center;"><strong>Dr. Abigail Baxter &amp; Dr. Paige Vitulli</strong></div>

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