Welcome, College of Education alumni and friends! We are over 38,000 strong and continue to grow as newly graduating classes join the alumni fold! Our alumni leave the halls of Benjamin to become teachers, principals, researchers, counselors, and professors – all working towards the goal of improving educational outcomes for our nation’s citizens. The work that you do is important, and we are honored to count you as alumni of the College of Education!
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Volunteer & Involvement Opportunities
Our College of Education Alumni Book Club is a great way to stay engaged on your own schedule.
Join the University of Maryland Alumni Association to stay in the know about all UMD Alumni events and gain access to exclusive perks and opportunities.
Sign up to be in our Terrapins Connect network, and provide career and networking advice to current students and recent graduates.
Serve on our College of Education Alumni Network Board. Applications now open! Apply here.
Stay up to date by reading our Benjamin Bulletin Newsletter or Endeavors magazine, or our alumni news.
Meet our College of Education Alumni Board
Linda Pieplow, Chair
'72 English Education, '78 M.A. Secondary Education
Melissa Shindel, Vice Chair
'95 Secondary Education, '00 M.A. Education
Melissa Ruben, Secretary
'13 Elementary Education, '18 M.A. Education
Meri Robinson, Treasurer
'96 Early Childhood Education, '16 Ed.D. Education Leadership
'65 Elementary Education
'85 Special Education, '90 M.A. Education
'15 Ed.D. Education Leadership
'02 English Education, '09 M.A. Curriculum & Instruction
'08 Elementary Education
Jim DeGeorge, Emeritus Member