Shaping the College Curriculum focuses on curriculum development as an important decision-making process in colleges and universities.
The Dean’s Graduate Assistantships for Engaged Scholarship and Research in Education will support highly qualified doctoral students in any of the College’s full complement of graduate programs.
Penn State’s TIES program aims to provide leadership for future educational scientists working with at-risk students.
The Penn State College of Education is co-sponsoring the Oct. 8–9 event along with a number of other colleges of education in the United States.
The alliance between Penn State’s College of Education and Penn State Outreach has been extended through 2012.
U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-Pa.) paid a visit to the College of Education August 11 and received an overview of ongoing research and outreach efforts on rural education.
Penn State Outreach recognized the team for developing an accelerated course, "Project Management for Professionals," that was delivered in a blended learning format.
The Penn State College of Education is proud to announce that Paul Kenneth Kryder is the College of Education’s Student Marshal for the 2009 summer session.
Mary Jo Hutchinson, a Penn State College of Education Alumna from the class of 2001, has been honored as the Burlington County Teacher of the Year and will now compete for the title of New Jersey’s top teacher.
Eleven students in the College of Education's Institutional Research program were awarded a fellowship by the Association for Institutional Research to attend a prestigious week long institute on data policy.
Improving Teacher Quality: The U.S. Teaching Force in Global Context examines teacher quality, work norms, and professional learning opportunities, using data from 15 countries.
School choice initiatives, including voucher plans as well as magnate and charter school programs, are popular ideas among school reform proponents. But despite 20 years of research, many questions about choice regimes remain unsettled.
Education Student Amber Mallow visited South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan with Penn State's unique choir.
The Penn State researchers have explored what can be done to support and maintain the industry, particularly in light of weak car sales.
U.S. Ambassador Frank Urbancic handpicked one of Persing's pieces of photographic art for public display.