Student support is critical to the continued growth of the School of Education and its ability to produce high quality teachers, researchers, and education leaders. When you support our UC Davis School of Education students you are changing the face of education in America. Our graduates embark on their careers with a focus to help all children succeed and change the trajectories of young lives. Support like yours gives our students access to more resources and enriching opportunities, and enables students that may not have been able to become a teacher achieve their dream.
Lydia Baskin was a teacher for 30 years. Now she’s established a scholarship to support a new generation of teachers. Hear her story and meet Yesenia Martinez, the first student to receive a Lydia and Ronald Baskin Family Scholarship.
Longstanding School of Education supporters Sandi Redenbach (’72, Credential ’73) and Ken Gelatt (’67, Credential ’68) have generously established an endowed scholarship fund to show their appreciation for Founding Dean Harold Levine’s accomplishments and to celebrate his well-earned retirement.
The Sandi Redenbach and Ken Gelatt Teaching Credential STEM Scholarship in Honor of Dean Harold G. Levine will be awarded to a teaching credential student with a career focus on STEM subjects in public schools.