2016: 10-12 images

Shelby Jones volunteering
Shelby Jones (right), a 2016 graduate of the College of Education's special education and curriculum and instruction IUG program, works with an Education and Hope student in Quatzaltenango, Guatemala.
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Alumna Shelby Jones, left, helps two Guatemalan students with their artwork as part of her volunteer service with the international nonprofit Education and Hope.
Discovery Space
Students help dissect a pig's heart as part of a summer program offered by Discovery Space of Central Pennsylvania.
Shaver's Creek
Students participating in a summer program offered by Shaver's Creek study bumblebees under a microscope.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Academy
Russ Goddard, statewide coordinator of deaf and hard of hearing services for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, spoke to Penn State students about opportunities with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Summer Academy, which Penn State will host. (Photo: Dennis Maney)
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Jevon Corpening, a College of Education student majoring in Spanish education, learned about Penn State through the S.C.O.P.E. program.
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Kaela Fuentes participated in the S.C.O.P.E. program in 2004, earned a pair of degrees in the College of Education, worked for three years in Connecticut and returned to Penn State to pursue her doctoral degree.
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Gary Abdullah, a multicultural programs coordinator in the College of Education, helps coordinate the S.C.O.P.E. program.
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Maria Schmidt, assistant dean and Director of Multicultural Student Services in the College of Education, enjoys helping high school students become familiar with college life through the S.C.O.P.E. program
Dadaab research
Ally Krupar teaches women refugees in Dadaab how to use cameras to document life experiences. (Photo: Ally Krupar)
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A group of refugees participate in an education program in Dadaab, Kenya.(Photo: Ally Krupar)
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Located on the Kenyan-Somalian border, Dadaab is home to the largest refugee complex in the world, housing more than 320,000 migrant and displaced persons. (Graphic: Google Maps)
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Gabrielle Pulito, left, shares a laugh with her kindergarten students at Pegula Ice Arena.
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Gabrielle Pulito, left, chats with her student-teaching supervisor, Kate Sillman, center, and Alicia McDyre, program manager for Childhood and Early Adolescent Education.
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Kindergarten students in the Bald Eagle Area School District meet with Penn State women's hockey players on Nov. 11.
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Penn State women's hockey player Aly Hardy meets with Bald Eagle Area kindergarten students at Pegula Ice Arena on Nov. 11.
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Penn State women's hockey player Bella Sutton chats with Bald Eagle Area kindergarten students.
CEDAR Clinic
CEDAR Clinic opens its doors to Penn State students for counseling as it simultaneously trains graduate students in the college's counselor education program.
2016 Alumni Society award winners
College of Education Dean David Monk welcomed the 2016 Alumni Society Award winners to a banquet in their honor. Pictured are, back row from left: Samantha Sarsfield, Zoe Rafferty, David Monk, Caitlyn Ollendyke; middle row, from left: Roger Williams, Barbara Michael, John Rozzo; front row, from left: Mary Ricketts Robert, Brittany Rodriguez, Nicole Birkbeck.
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Penn State Law student Vanessa Miller at the Second Annual National Hispanic Prelaw Conference.
Ed and Harry
Retired teachers Edward Legutko, left, and Harry Kropp ('63, B.A.; '65, M.A.) have supported the College of Education for the past 13 years and recently created a named scholarship to honor students who have excelled in their student teaching.
Ed and Harry
Retired teachers Edward Legutko, left, and Harry Kropp ('63, B.A.; '65, M.A.) have supported the College of Education for the past 13 years and recently created a named scholarship to honor students who have excelled in their student teaching.
Brett Moulding
Brett Moulding, former science supervisor for Utah, speaks to current and future educators at the annual Waterbury Lecture held Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Peter McLaren
Peter McLaren, founding director of Next Gen Education, LLC, speaks as part of the annual Waterbury Lecture.
Alexandria Juliano
Student marshal Alexandria Juliano