March - April 2007 News Archive
April 2007 News Archive
Faculty, staff, and students are all encouraged to come watch the game and witness Dean Monk throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Dean David Monk joined Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett at a State College Elementary School to announce a new campaign to teach students the importance of Internet safety.
The new center is expected to serve as a clearinghouse on American Indian/Alaska Native education research, policy, and practice.
Undergraduate Commencement on Saturday, May 19, 2007, at the Eisenhower Auditorium on Penn State’s University Park campus.
The College of Education invites current students, alumni, and members of the University community to participate in the upcoming EdLion session, “Internet Safety for Children,” April 18, from 7 to 8 p.m. EST.
March 2007 News Archive
Join us for the second annual College of Education Cycle-thon, set for Sunday morning, April 22.
Dean David Monk has authored “Recruiting and Retaining High Quality Teachers in Rural Areas” which appears in the March 2007 volume of The Future of Children: Excellence in the Classroom, published by The Brookings Institution as part of their series The Future of Children.
Linda Mason and Rick Kubina have been awarded a $1.8 million grant to study the writing skills of students with behavior disorders, through a partnership with local school teachers and the support of other researchers.
The College's multicultural services unit has a new name and a new look.
Two Penn State greek organizations are presenting the second annual We Are… Curing Autism Now 5K Run/3K Walk on April 14 to benefit the Cure Autism Now Foundation in downtown State College.
David Saxe and the establishment of the new Center for the Study of Free Institutions and Civic Education (FICE) is the cover story article.
Nelson will serve as the László Országh Chair in American Studies at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary.
Hughes will spend a month at the Stockholm Institute of Education, presenting lectures, seminars, and workshops.
Farmer will continue to lead the Department of Learning and Performance Systems.
James DiPerna, assistant professor of school psychology, has been named recipient of the Harry and Marion Eberly Faculty Fellowship.
Mpofu was honored for his extensive work related to rehabilitation services.
Murphy was selected for her display of leadership in the College.
The Solutions Institute provides assistance in issues related to technology-assisted education and training.
The company is creating a $50,000 scholarship fund to assist student teachers in the Reading School District.
The $1,000 Roy Scrivner Research Grant will help support Blasko’s research.
The award recognizes Sáenz for academic excellence, leadership, scholarship, collaboration, and mentoring.
Mike Crandall, graduate student in the College’s Adult Education program, has plenty of reason to be proud of his dad.
Penn State’s Student Chapter of the Pennsylvania State Education Association (SPSEA) raised more than $10,000 for THON 2007.
After 20 years in the Workforce Education department at the Penn State College of Education, Professor Kenneth Gray has retired.