July-August 2011 News Archive
The focus of the theme is the values and assumptions involved in the various ways people think about the concepts of ability and disability.
Each year, more than 40 students will be receiving a John Gilmartin Trustee Scholarship.
The Weeklong workshop was co-sponsored by the Martinson Family Foundation and the Penn State Earth Space Science Partnership.
Fletcher, an American Indian law and policy expert, is professor of law at Michigan State University and director of the Indigenous Law and Policy Center.
Lindsay's three presentations, delivered during summer 2011, focused on areas of her expertise in education.
Penn State faculty member Deborah Smith is an appointed member of the NRC committee that contributed to the report.
Looking to expand its selection of ethnic menus, the University's food services staff called upon Agrawal to teach them how to prepare Indian recipes.
JoLynn Carney and Richard Hazler helped provide crisis counseling to displaced victims of flooding in Minot, North Dakota.
Richard Duschl and Carla Zembal-Saul work with the new Discovery Space of Central Pennsylvania.
The 15-credit Counseling Youth At-Risk certificate program is being offered through the Penn State Video Learning Network.
Allen is an elementary and kindergarten education major who decided to enter college as an adult learner.
Two students and a dean visit Capitol Hill to learn about federal education policy and to advocate for policy and funding that supports educator preparation.
Gay and Bill Krause, whose $6 million gift supports the project, are expected to participate in the Studio’s ribbon-cutting ceremony October 28.
Without adequate revenues to maintain programs, districts are forced to turn to expenditure reductions to balance their budgets.
Liang Zhang discusses how full-time, non-tenure track and part-time faculty members are becoming more prevalent.
Kim observed teachers to find out what skills are needed to effectively teach English language learners.
Susan C. Faircloth has been awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholar award to conduct research in New Zealand in the spring of 2012.
Linda H. Mason has been awarded a Fulbright grant to teach in Hungary this fall.