College of Education Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Effective Date January 2012

NSU Policy for Equal Access for Statewide Professional Educators’ Associations

 Northeastern State University teacher candidates are encouraged to join a professional organization. Candidates are encouraged to review each of these organizations for their benefits. Northeastern State University will provide equal access for any professional organization that supports teacher preparation. Organizations that support the development of candidates in the areas of student teaching, professional development and best practices are welcomed on the NSU campus. This information can be made available through workshops, special presentations and/or bulletin board postings. All organization sponsors are asked to schedule presentations through the office of Teacher Education. Directory information for current candidates will be provided to professional organizations upon request.

There are several groups that are active at NSU, some of which do provide benefits for teacher candidates. Included are the following:

American Association of University Women - Students Branch
Association of American Educators

Association for Childhood International
American Federation of Teachers

Future Educators of Young Children (FEYC) 

Health & Kinesiology Club

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society

Phi Delta Kappa

Psychology Club

Professional Oklahoma Educators

Psi Chi

Rho Theta Sigma Honor Society

RoboHawks

SCEC (Student Council for Exceptional Children)

Student Oklahoma Education Association

Talons - American Sign Language Club

(Additional group information will be provided as it becomes available)

 
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American Association of University Women - Students Branch
Sponsors:
Dr. Renee Cambiano, Tahlequah Campus

Future Educators of Young Children (FEYC)
Sponsors:
Dr. Roxanne Fillmore
Tahlequah Campus
Dr. Anita Ede
Broken Arrow Campus
Dr. Denise DaRos-Voseles
Broken Arrow Campus
 
Health & Kinesiology Club
Sponsor:
Dr. Sonia Tinsley, Tahlequah Campus
Matt Elbert

Kappa Delta Pi
Sponsors:
Dr. Tobi Thompson, Tahlequah Campus
Dr. Sherry Been, Broken Arrow Campus

Library Media & Information Technology
Sponsor:
Dr. Kelli Carney

Phi Delta Kappa
Sponsors:
Dr. Stephan Sargent, Broken Arrow Campus

Psychology Club 
Sponsors:
Dr. Beth Bowin

Psi Chi
Sponsors:
Dr. Christina Branham, Tahlequah Campus
Dr. April Phillips, Broken Arrow Campus

Rho Theta Sigma
Sponsors:
Dr. Sally Armstrong, Tahlequah Campus
Dr. Martha Parrott, Broken Arrow Campus 

RoboHawks
Sponsors:
Ms. Barbara Fuller, Tahlequah Campus
Dr. Tracy Thompson, Tahlequah Campus
Dr. Cindi Fries, Broken Arrow Campus
Ms. Jericho Hobson, Broken Arrow Campus

SCEC (Student Council for Exceptional Children)
Sponsors:
Jarilyn Haney, Tahlequah Campus

SOEA (Student Oklahoma Education Association)
Sponsors:
Dr. Renee Cambiano, Tahlequah Campus
Ms. Tonya Garrett, Tahlequah Campus
Meagan Moreland, Broken Arrow Campus 
Dr. Stephan Sargent, Broken Arrow Campus

Talons - American Sign Language Club
Sponsors:
Jameie Combs


Students meeting with Dr. Cambiano

SOEA members meeting with Dr. Cambiano