The School of Education & Human Services

The School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) is comprised of the Education Department, the Social Work Department, the Center for Educator Preparation, and Early Childhood Community Programs—which include the Early Childhood Development Center and other programs.

SEHS does more than teach students how to become social workers and educators. We prepare them with engaged learning experiences to give them first-hand practice before entering the job market. From field experiences for social workers to student teaching opportunities for future educators, SEHS goes beyond the classroom to transform lives and communities. 

SEHS News and Events

UM-Flint social work professor publishes new research on parenting and punishment

UM-Flint social work professor publishes new research on parenting and punishment

In this interview, UM-Flint social work professor Julie Ma, PhD, discusses recently published findings of new research on parenting and physical punishment.

UM-Flint’s School of Education and Human Services grows international partnerships

UM-Flint’s School of Education and Human Services grows international partnerships

UM-Flint’s School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) is actively developing international partnerships with universities around the world.

UM-Flint announces Winter 2017 Maize and Blue Awards

UM-Flint announces Winter 2017 Maize and Blue Awards

The recipients of the UM-Flint Maize and Blue Distinguished Scholar Award have been announced.

UM-Flint students invited to apply to new social entrepreneurial program

UM-Flint students invited to apply to new social entrepreneurial program

University of Michigan undergraduate students from all three campuses are invited to participate in a new social entrepreneurship program coordinated by the William Davidson Institute.