May - June 2007 News Archive
June 2007 News Archive
Penn State College of Education alumni were recently honored as outstanding educators by the Teacher Excellence Center.
Five faculty members in the College of Education have been granted promotions and/or tenure, effective July 1.
Paul Morgan and George Farkas are using data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study–Kindergarten Cohort of 21,260 students in their analyses.
Pezanowski was selected to attend one of 21 summer study opportunities supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Dean David Monk recognized 18 staff members for achieving milestone anniversaries and presented them with special plaques.
May 2007 News Archive
Congratulations to Roger Geiger, Bob Reason, Tammy Fetterolf, Heather Homan, and Youjia Hua, winners for 2007.
The fellowship recognizes Harper's potential to make substantial career contributions in her field.
The award recognizes Homan for her efforts to improve the LGBT climate on campus.
On May 10, 2007, Penn State hosted a conference titled Advancing Forward with Early Development and Education: Remapping the Terrain through Professional Collaboration.
Nine new College of Education Endowments have been established since October.
After 43 years as a faculty member in the Penn State College of Education, Professor Frank Dwyer has retired.
The 2007 edition of this peer-reviewed student journal features more articles and previous issues.
The College of Education now qualifies to add a fourth distinguished professorship to its ranks.
Miss Ingram will be recognized at the Penn State College of Education Undergraduate Commencement on May 19, 2007.
Niles was named an ACA Fellow, and will edit the Journal of Counseling & Development.
The scholars' participation resulted in council appointments, a radio show interview, and a prestigious award.
The distinguished awards from the CFW recognize Penn State women who have shown leadership and are accomplished in their fields.
Sherow was recognized for her work with the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and the Goodling Institute.
Forty-one students, faculty, staff, and alumni rode together in the second-annual College of Education Cycle-thon on April 22, 2007.
Two College of Education graduate students received Penn State 2007 Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Awards.
College of Education Graduate Student Receives Fellowship from The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies
Shanti Pepper received a $5,000 fellowship to research the impact of lesbians and/or gay men on U.S. society and culture.