We Prepare the Professionals

Who Touch People’s Lives Every Day

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Students in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing run through patient-care scenarios in the simulation lab.
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Arllyn Hernandez, a Patterson Scholar in the Master of Arts in Teaching Program, talks to children at a Rogers elementary school about attending college.

Learn More About the Dean’s Position

Learn about the position description for the dean of the College of Education and Health Professions. Details are provided in the position announcement and on the University of Arkansas application website.

The Hotz Endowed Dean’s Chair

The College of Education and Health Professions created the Henry G. Hotz Endowed Dean’s Chair in 2015, thanks to $3.5 million from two gifts. The endowment provides resources to further the dean’s contribution to teaching, research and public service.

Transforming Lives

Through Education and Research

Education

The college offers four-year and five-year licensure paths to teaching, with programs to address teacher shortages. Its Office of Teacher Education places more than 1,000 students in nearly 20 school districts every year, as well as field placement opportunities.

Health Professions

The Epley Center houses two of the most in-demand programs at the University of Arkansas. Faculty in nursing and communication disorders use the state-of-the-art equipment for training scenarios and other hands-on learning experiences.