Endowment Funds

The School Psychology Endowment in the College of Education, initiated in 1989 by alumni, friends, and faculty to enrich graduate student life, reached the "endowed" level in September 1992. Income from this fund is used to aid current school psychology students with their research, scholarship, and professional development. In recent years, 20-25 students a year have benefited from this fund.

Special thanks to our recent contributors!

Hazel & Robert Brown

Samuel S. Castiglione, Jr.

Barbara Fischetti

Joe & Peg French

Alan & Dawn Gamble

Joseph Kovaleski

Michael & Rosemary Murphy

Tina & George Ruggiero

Lori & Kevin Appleby

Helena Tuleya-Payne

Craig Zuckerman

Tina and George Ruggiero

Debra & Christopher Springer

Marianne & Michael Vitale

Josheph & Susan Kovaleski

William O. Strein

James A. Pedersen

Mary Ann & Daniel Tempestini

On behalf of the school psychology program and Penn State’s College of Education, our sincere thanks to the generosity of our alumni, friends, and faculty. Your support of this fund is a vital investment in our efforts to prepare our future leaders in the field of school psychology. We greatly appreciate your partnership in this endeavor.

Contributions continue to be welcome and appreciated. Checks, payable to Penn State with the name of the fund (School Psychology Endowment) clearly stated, may be sent to:

Office of Development
College of Education
Penn State University
247 Chambers Building
University Park, PA 16802-3206