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Around the College: July 3, 2019

Around the College: July 3, 2019

Jul 02, 2019

Students, staff and faculty members from Penn State's College of Education share recent research and career achievements. Around the College: July 3, 2019 - Read More…

Hosoi to take higher education knowledge, leadership to the next level

Jun 23, 2020

Mihoko Hosoi, an incoming doctoral candidate in the College of Education, is poised to take the next steps in developing leadership skills and knowledge of higher education practices. Hosoi to take higher education knowledge, leadership to the next level - Read More…

Conchas to join Penn State as inaugural Hoy professor

Jun 15, 2020

As the U.S. grapples with systemic racism and inequality, Gilberto Conchas plans to use his endowed professorship as an instrument for advancing the College of Education’s vision of diversity and inclusion. Conchas to join Penn State as inaugural Hoy professor - Read More…

Alumnus named Peruvian minister of education

Alumnus named Peruvian minister of education

May 29, 2020

Penn State alumnus Martín Benavides is the newest Peruvian Minister of Education. He took the oath of office in February. Alumnus named Peruvian minister of education - Read More…

Professor, students examine charter school hiring practices

Jun 01, 2020

It takes more than high-quality teachers and educational leaders to help students thrive in school. Research led by Ed Fuller, associate professor of education (educational leadership), indicates it’s also important to have professional support personnel such as nurses, counselors and librarians on site, for the development of the whole student. Professor, students examine charter school hiring practices - Read More…

Researchers study impact of health care reform on child development

May 14, 2020

With the aid of a new grant, an education professor has started a project to study how health policies affect children’s learning and socioemotional development. Researchers study impact of health care reform on child development - Read More…

Mindfulness practices may reduce stress in the classroom

Apr 30, 2020

An education professor is investigating how educators can adopt mindfulness practices to keep stress and anxiety at bay. Mindfulness practices may reduce stress in the classroom - Read More…

Taylor Young wins Undergraduate Student Leadership and Service Award

Taylor Young wins Undergraduate Student Leadership and Service Award

Apr 24, 2020

Taylor Young is a 4.0 student in her secondary English education major who also is working on minors in English and education policy studies as well as a certificate in teaching English as a second language. She is a Schreyer Honors College Scholar and she serves on the College of Education Undergraduate Student Council. Taylor Young wins Undergraduate Student Leadership and Service Award - Read More…

Shannon Walker named spring 2020 Education student marshal

Shannon Walker named spring 2020 Education student marshal

Apr 21, 2020

Walker is graduating with a 4.0 GPA, with a bachelor of science in elementary and early childhood education and minors in special education, education policy studies and theatre. She also is in the Schreyer Honors College. Shannon Walker named spring 2020 Education student marshal - Read More…

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