November-December 2011 News Archive
Recent News Releases
Doug Dexter and Charlie Hughes found that students who are taught with graphic organizers perform better posttest than when traditional instructional techniques are used.
Small Group Facilitation offers research, insights, and suggestions on ways to improve the functioning of groups or teams.
Keasey has earned a 4.0 grade-point average while working toward a bachelor’s degree in elementary and kindergarten education.
The office is now located at 102 Chambers Building.
An informative presentation on November 3 in Chambers Building informed educators on how to be supportive of transgender and gender nonconforming youth.
The senior education major has always known she wanted to teach.
The College's student advising office has a new name, some new faces, and a new approach in providing academic guidance.
The assistantships aid students applying for doctoral programs in the College.
The 2011 book, The End of the Pipeline, explores factors that contribute to the success of African Americans who practice bar.
Alumnus Kristin Meyer aims to inspire students to make a difference.
Counselor education graduate students Pia Smal, Billie Miller, and Jonathan Stube in the College of Education and their professor Spencer Niles, distinguished professor of counselor education, have created bookmarks that list possible signs that a child might be a victim of sexual abuse and include information on where to report suspected abuse.
Associate professor of education receives a Fulbright award to conduct research in Bangalore, India.
Gay and Bill, whose $6.5 million gift is supporting the soon-to-open Studio, were on hand for the October 28 ceremony in Chambers Building.
TEDxPSU is an independently organized event that brings a TED-like experience to Penn State.
The Lives of Transgender People is based on a survey of nearly 3,500 self-identified transgender individuals and follow-up interviews with more than 400 of the participants.