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School of Education

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The quality of a student-centered research institution is measured in part by its success in integrating its students’ learning experiences and its faculty members’ scholarship. In a professional school, the key to that integration lies in sustained, critical, always-respectful engagement with the profession and those it serves. It relies upon creating a community of learners devoted to service. The efforts of our students and faculty members to create such a community are supported by an organizational infrastructure of coordinating councils, teacher centers, professional development schools, subject matter academies, specially-funded research and development projects, and skilled staff members. All are devoted to nurturing collaborative partnerships between preservice educators, University faculty, and practicing professionals in public education, higher education, and other educational and work environments.

The following facilities are part of our campus in Syracuse, New York:

  • Huntington Hall houses the Dean's office and the majority of School of Education departments and offices.
  • Hoople houses classroom space and is home to Disability Studies.
  • Heroy is home to the Department of Science Teaching and houses classroom and laboratory space.
  • M-17 Skytop located on South Campus is the main building for Art Education.
  • Crouse College houses an auditorium and practice space for Music Education .
  • Carnegie is home to Math Education.
  • Counseling and Human Services Clinic located at 716 James St.,  Suite 105.
  • 111 Waverly Avenue, suite 230 is home to the Office of Academic and Student Services .
  • The Women's Building  houses the Exercise Science Department's faculty and administrative offices, two research laboratories, two gymnasiums, an indoor pool, a dance studio, outdoor playing fields, and tennis courts.
  •  Exercise Science research facilities include:
    •  Human Performance Laboratory
    • Exercise Biochemistry Laboratory
    • Muscle Biology Laboratory
  •  Ernie Davis is home to the Teaching Laboratory and Classroom in addition to the Health and Exercise Science Learning Community.