Why the Education Department at UM-Flint?

Learn from our region's top experts in the fields of literacy, early childhood education, educational technology, science education, math education, special education and social and psychological foundations who staff the Education Department of the University of Michigan-Flint. Through active engagement in educational research and practical classroom experience, these professors have the cutting edge knowledge and experience required to prepare highly qualified professionals.

News & Events

graduate student Allyn Cameron

UM-Flint Grad Student Combines American Indian Heritage with Teaching Goals

Once a week, Allyn Cameron drives from his home in the Upper Peninsula to Detroit for his Master of Arts with Secondary Teacher Certification (MAC) program.

Army veteran and student Matt Lane

Army Veteran Pursues Teaching Career

After serving in the U.S. Army, Matt Lane eventually decided to pursue a career in elementary education through UM-Flint.

Jeff Kupperman with panel members.

Documentary Film Presents Innovations in Education

Creative innovations in education were presented during a recent campus screening of the documentary film Most Likely to Succeed. A lively panel discussion followed.

Co-Teaching Method Gives UM-Flint Teacher Candidates an Edge

The University of Michigan-Flint has teamed up with a Davison elementary school, as student teachers partner with their mentor teachers to run classrooms and prepare curriculum.