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CoE@EDGE Residential College

The College of Education at UCA is one of two Colleges associated with EDGE@Hughes. CoE@EDGE provides a unique opportunity for education majors to be a part of a residential college and an academic college from year one.EDGE Residential College in Hughes Hall is a living and learning community focused on the themes of active global learning, civic engagement, service-learning, and meaningful study abroad. This is the one place you can make a difference.

The purpose of EDGE@Hughes is to develop a community for students and faculty with shared interests in education, the liberal arts, and leadership with the focus to impact the world. EDGE participants, as education majors or liberal arts majors, are uniquely poised to channel this impact.

EDGE@Hughes and CoE@EDGE offer distinct learning opportunities:

  • Join the Hughes Leadership Institute (HLI)
  • Study abroad funding
  • Connect with UCA’s International student community
  • Battle Chess
  • Float the Buffalo River
  • Participate in the Cultural Crossroads program
  • Service-learning with UCA Core classes
  • CoE iPad initiative
  • CoE Dean/CAC Socials

 

– Live your curiosity in a Residential College –

2019-2020 EDGE@Hughes

– BE CURIOUS:  Striving, Seeking, Finding, and the Quest to Learn –

The desire to explore, to learn, and to grow are all fundamental parts of what makes us human. Whether you’re a legendary explorer like Ulysses or a college student who’s just beginning a new journey, the world is an exciting place with so many fascinating places and ideas. This semester we will focus on the importance of maintaining a sense of curiosity as an essential part of our academic and personal growth.

UCA’s Residential Colleges provide exclusive experiences, dedicated faculty, and customized classes right where you live.

Are you curious about…

Live your curiosity in a Residential College.

     

As the Dean for the College of Education, I encourage you to consider CoE@EDGE.  Let us support your passion for service and teaching by working within a living-learning environment. If you are committed to making a difference in the world, then this is the place for you. In the words of Dr. Seuss, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”  Let’s work together to make UCA, the state, and the world a better place for all of us….. and let’s have a little fun doing that.  – Dr. Vicki Groves-Scott

Contact Information

Dr. Wendy Rickman, Associate Prof.
CoE@EDGE Rector
Teaching & Learning, College of Education
Mashburn Hall 104D
University of Central Arkansas
201 Donaghey
Conway, AR  72035
wrickman@uca.edu
(501)852-5152 – Office
(501)450-5680 – Fax
(501)733-3308 – Cell/Text