2016: 04-06 images

Linda Lim Mobile Clinic
Linda Lim, a fourth-year doctoral student studying school psychology, administers an assessment to a mock client as part of Mobile Clinic.
Loading van for Mobile Clinic
Doctoral students Lyndsey Gianella and Linda Lim help Shirley Woika, associate professor of school psychology, load her vehicle with test kits before taking the Mobile Clinic to a local school district to conduct observations and administer assessments.
Ashley Hamilton hopes to combine an elementary school counseling job with a side business venture of running Rosie's Pierogies.
The Rosie's Pierogies concession trailer is surrounded by activity during the summer months.
Harmony student org
Leigh Boggs, left, earned the Undergraduate Student Leadership and Service Award.
Erin Garthe, left, was the recipient of an Outstanding Staff Award.
Wanda Wasilko earned an Outstanding Staff Award.
William Rothwell, left, earned the Outstanding Researcher Award.
Susan Land, left, was the recipient of an Outstanding Teaching Award.
Kyle Peck, left, earned the Career Achievement Award.
Jim Herbert, left, was the recipient of the Cotterill Leadership Enhancement Award.
Award winners at the College of Education's Faculty, Staff and Student Awards Program are, front row from left to right, Erin Garth, Leigh Boggs, Susan Land and William Rothwell. Back row, left to right, are Jim Herbert, Wanda Wasilko and Kyle Peck. Missing from the photo is Aileen Zaballero, winner of the Graduate Student Recognition Award.
Taylor Manalo, shown presenting during the April 23 Professional Development School Inquiry Conference, will serve as the College of Education's student marshal at Penn State's spring Commencement Ceremony.
Caroline Hagerty's research involves incorporating music into the classroom.
Sarah Hanrahan, also known as Agent X, stresses empathy in the classroom within her research.
Taylor Manalo's presentation was titled, "So...Tell Me What You Read.''
Timothy Vetere is not only a PDS participant but a third-year doctoral student as well.
Mary Beth Henry completed a cultural exchange trip to Sweden during the spring semester.
Edwin L. Herr
Edwin L. Herr
Kristina Hunter, left, and Christina Walker each received the College of Education's Susan and Charles Martin Trustee Scholarship in Education.
Kristina Hunter, of Philadelphia, is involved in BLUEprint and many other campus organizations.
Christina Walker, of Queens, New York, also is involved in BLUEprint and was a New Student Orientation leader.
Anna Jantz will perform a number of residence life duties during her summer internship at the University of California-Berkeley.
Shannon Hagedorn will be involved in academic advising during her internship at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.
Chelsea Peak has adapted to the culture of the Far East and wants no walls between her and her students.
Chelsea Peak also managed to do her fair share of sightseeing while in Italy prior to moving to Beijing.
Education Summit
Stephen Bagnato, distinguished professor of education at Pitt and 2014 Penn State Alumni Fellow, speaks to a group of educators and community agency professionals about community-university partnerships at an education summit held June 16-17 at the Nittany Lion Inn.
Sensors stitched into a cap pick up the brain’s electrical activity and provides researchers with real-time information on how the brain reacts to various situations. Photo by Patrick Mansell
As brain imaging technology gets faster and more portable, Penn State researchers are able to use high-tech equipment in their classrooms and training facilities. Photo by Patrick Mansell
Carlos Zalaquett, left, and SeriaShia Chatters are moving brain imagery from the laboratory into the classroom. Photo by Patrick Mansell
America Reads - legos
After partnering with America Reads at Penn State and adding Jaime Ellenberger to their staff, Schlow Library has been able to expand its children's programming, including the addition of Lego Club.
America Reads - marshmallow
Jaime Ellenberger helps a young girl construct a building out of spaghetti noodles and marshmallows during an Elementary Explorers program at Schlow Library.
America Reads - elem explorers
Jaime Ellenberger observes as two students use spaghetti noodles and marshmallows to construct buildings as part of the Elementary Explorers program at Schlow Library.