Personnel changes since the College's summer 2009 issue of Connections
All College of Education students are encouraged to apply for scholarships, and the window of opportunity for students to apply is now open! Here are a few basics for COE faculty and staff that should help answer many of the questions.
New College of Education program offers student teaching experience allows students to divide their student teaching between here and abroad
The Rehabilitation and Human Services Student Organization (RHSSO) is growing steadily as its student members volunteer at and raise money to donate to local charities and agencies.
Warner is currently the president of Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan.
Some 14 faculty and students of the Penn State program participated in the annual ASHE Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
The Commission, comprised of American and Russian officials and experts, was created to improve communication and cooperation between the two countries.
David Saxe organized an 18th Century-style encampment, held Dec. 4–5 at the Penn State Arboretum, to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the discovery of local landmarks.
The Penn State program ranks ninth worldwide in an evaluation of productivity that reflects the number of journal articles published between 2003 and 2008.
Thousands of used children's books are being collected for shipment to needy primary schools in Swaziland.
Towards a Brighter Tomorrow looks at the influence of social dynamics on educational opportunities of high school students of color in urban Los Angeles.
David Saxe and students in his Heritage Interpretation class will present historical sketches from the colonial days during the Dec. 4–5 encampment at Penn State's Arboretum.
Study by Esther Prins and her colleagues indicates that women enrolled in family literacy programs welcome psychosocial benefits above and beyond academic and vocational skills.
Jeff Hayes and colleagues in the Center for the Study of Collegiate Mental Health recently released a report of issues identified by college students who seek counseling.
Patrick O'Brien is named the Fall 2009 Student Marshal for the College of Education and will be the first student to receive his diploma at commencement in December.
Artwork in the Chambers building atrium that was constructed by students in Art Ed 303 will be on display through the semester.
Eight graduates from the College of Education were recently recognized for their accomplishments in the field.
The Batschelet Chair is one of five faculty endowments in the College of Education.