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C.A.R.E. Fair offers job opportunities that make a difference

Penn State students have the opportunity to find a career path that makes a difference at the Penn State C.A.R.E. Fair, to be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22, in the Alumni Hall at the HUB–Robeson Center.

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Faculty member appointed to State Board of Vocational Rehabilitation

Faculty member appointed to State Board of Vocational Rehabilitation

Liza Conyers, associate professor of education (rehabilitation and human services), is one of four new members appointed by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf to the State Board of Vocational Rehabilitation.

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New scientific model to aid young students in understanding biology

New scientific model to aid young students in understanding biology

Researcher presents "Transformation Boxes (TBs): A system-based guidance to support elementary student teachers to teach and learn scientific modeling" at Waterbury Lecture.

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New partnerships take Quality Talk to classrooms in Taiwan, South Africa

New partnerships take Quality Talk to classrooms in Taiwan, South Africa

After seeing success in K-12 classrooms in the United States, Quality Talk, an empirically supported instructional approach, now will help students in international classrooms achieve academic success.

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College of Education's Professional Development School earns national award

Penn State and the State College Area School District have earned the Exemplary PDS Achievement award from the National Association for Professional Development Schools and will be honored March 17 at the NAPDS conference in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Author tells parents, educators to speak openly with children about skin color

Author tells parents, educators to speak openly with children about skin color

An author/activist implored parents to speak to their children about racism because silence about skin color, she said, implies that it must not be OK that people have different colors of skin.

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PDS alumni group seeks new members

The College of Education Professional Development School (PDS) is in the process of reinvigorating its Affiliate Program Group (APG) and is looking for new members.

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Kathy Hill new director of Center for Science and the Schools

Kathy Hill new director of Center for Science and the Schools

CSATS serves to facilitate mutually beneficial and sustainable relationships between K-12 schools and Penn State's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) researchers.

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German educator to deliver Waterbury Lecture

German educator to deliver Waterbury Lecture

Andres Acher, an associate professor at the Institut für Schulpädagogik und Grundschuldidaktik, University of Halle, Germany, will deliver the annual Waterbury Lecture and panel discussion in the College of Education from 3 to 5 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Krause Learning Space on the second floor of Chambers Building.

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Graduate student's goal of having benches installed at shuttle stops close to reality

Graduate student's goal of having benches installed at shuttle stops close to reality

Though her own health is less than satisfactory, Maria Aguilar Walls maintains a passion to improve the lives of many other Penn State students with disabilities.

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Kelly, Murphy named distinguished professors

Kelly, Murphy named distinguished professors

Gregory J. Kelly and P. Karen Murphy have been awarded the title of distinguished professor in the College of Education.

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Doctoral student earning joint degree looking forward to choosing from multiple career opportunities

Doctoral student earning joint degree looking forward to choosing from multiple career opportunities

Vanessa Miller's drive toward a joint doctoral degree from the College of Education and a juris doctorate from Penn State Law was the beginning of the final phase of an academic journey to find out who she was.

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Diversity in Education conference scheduled for Feb. 10

Diversity in Education conference scheduled for Feb. 10

The College of Education's Diversity and Community Enhancement Committee, in partnership with the Penn State Student Council for Exceptional Children, will hold its annual Diversity in Education conference on Feb. 10.

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College of Education to host bias-based bullying workshop

College of Education to host bias-based bullying workshop

The College of Education's Diversity and Community Enhancement Committee will host a justice education workshop on Jan. 27 at the Nittany Lion Inn. "Bullying Among Diverse Populations" will discuss the prevalence and impact that bias-based bullying has on society and how individuals can begin to identify these acts.

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College seeks nominations for Alumni Society Awards

The College of Education's Alumni Society Board is seeking nominations for its annual awards. The awards recognize graduates and friends of the college who have distinguished themselves in their profession and have continued to support the college and University. The deadline for nominations in Wednesday, Jan. 31.

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Humphrey Fellow to speak at local AAUW luncheon

Humphrey Fellow to speak at local AAUW luncheon

Hoda El Mahdy, a 2017-18 Humphrey Fellow in Penn State's College of Education, will serve as the keynote speaker at the local American Association of University Women's (AAUW) annual luncheon on Monday, Jan. 22, where she will detail the experiences of women living in Egypt.

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Lee named department head for Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

Lee named department head for Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

David Lee has been named head of the Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education (EPCSE) in the College of Education.

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Students encouraged to apply for scholarships

Students encouraged to apply for scholarships

The College of Education’s scholarship committee is accepting scholarship applications for College-specific scholarships available for the 2018-19 academic year.

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