Virginia Hansen dedicated her life to being the best teacher possible for the children in her care, and as a cooperating teacher, she helped numerous student teachers hone their knowledge and skills in the classroom. The Virginia Hansen Endowment fund was established in the School of Education through the generosity of Mr. Victor Hansen. It is intended to honor the work and memory of Mrs. Virginia Hansen.
Upon entering the Hansen Curriculum Room up on the 5th floor of the Kellogg Library (KEL 5106), you will notice that the materials in that room are arranged differently than in the rest of the library. Please watch this short video on how to find a book in the curriculum room: "How to Find a Book"
Hansen Workroom (KEL 5104) Hours:
Please contact your SoE/SLP instructor to make arrangements to use the workroom. Only SoE/SLP faculty can checkout the key to use the room; students are not permitted to check out the workroom key.
With the Virginia Hansen funds, the School of Education supports teacher candidates, graduate students, and practicing educators to attend professional development conferences. The conference registration fee will be paid for, but participants are responsible for other costs such as transportation and meals.
This application is for:
2020 Vision: Bringing Equity into Focus
Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020 8:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Palomar College
Rancho Bernardo Education Center
Up to 30 participants will be selected-- first come, first served. Please fill out the application form only if you are committed to attending the conference. If you are chosen, you will be given specific instructions on how to register. Link to the flyer for more details: https://bpt.me/4448324
Virginia Hansen Speaker Series