Student TN Education Association
The Student Tennessee Education Association (STEA) chapter at the UofM provides professional development for undergrad Teaching majors and MAT students.
- STEA Open House and Membership Drive, April 4, 5:30-7:30pm, Ball Hall 124
- STEA Virtual Informational Meeting, April 12, 4-5pm
Learn more about STEA
As a member of STEA you receive:
- Liability insurance
- Scholarship opportunities
- Opportunities to attend annual conferences
- Praxis Core and Praxis test assistance
- Classroom management tips
- Job protection and cyber safety help
- Educator Quality: Strengthening educator preparation programs to enhance the learning experiences of students, while promoting change agency in the public education system.
- Community Outreach: Engaging stakeholders in meaningful initiatives which positively impact learning communities.
- Political Action: Participation in social and political advocacy to impact the public education system.
- Social Justice: Activism which contributes to the development of skills and dispositions of culturally responsive educators.
STEA Faculty Coordinators
|Dr. Tammy Combs
Assistant Professor of Teaching, ICL
Dr. LaSheba W. Hilliard
The UofM STEA Chapter would like to thank Jennifer Bubrig for serving as STEA advisor for many years!