2017: 07-09 images

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India Scott participated in Pennsylvania’s Summer Academy for visually impaired students in 2012 and 2014.
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India Scott participated in Pennsylvania’s Summer Academy for visually impaired students in 2012 and 2014. (Photo: Summer Academy for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired)
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Penn State Associate Professor of Education Andrea McCloskey leads a Pennsylvania Mathematics Initiative workshop in 2016.
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Erica Frankenberg
Kathleen Bieschke
Kathleen Bieschke has been named vice provost for faculty affairs at Penn State, effective Aug. 1.
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Students participate in a Recreation/Team Building centipede challenge, attempting to walk together on two cloth planks with straps for handles.(Photo: PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation)
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Here is a look at TeachLivE™ avatars Ed and Sean in the front row, and Maria, CJ and Kevin in the back (from left to right in each row).
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Associate Professor of Education Mary Catherine Scheeler watches a TeachLivE presentation.
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Michele Crowl is director of Discovery Space, a children's science museum in State College.
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The color wheel is one of many exhibits at Discovery Space, a children's science museum in State College.
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A game-like tour of the human body is one of the many exhibits at Discovery Space, a children's science museum in State College.
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Mary Beth Spang, assistant director of development in the College of Education, works on experiments with students at the Discovery Summit held in April.
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Emily Witts
Summer 2017 student marshal
U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy Fellowship Program graduates
Six Fellows from the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy Fellowship Program attended Penn State’s summer commencement ceremony. (Photo: Abby Drey)
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Carla Zembal-Saul says the College of Education's approach to science education is 'unmistakably unique.'
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Carla Zembal-Saul says the College of Education's approach to teaching science is 'unmistakably unique.'
Fran Arbaugh
Penn State associate professor Fran Arbaugh wants to help her students "see a different way of teaching mathematics."
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A map shows the location and intensity of earthquakes around the globe.
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Students can view images of tectonic plates and how they might shift during seismic activity.
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Skate park video
A skateboarder and videographer analyze the skater's recent attempt, and failure, at a specific trick as well as the videographers efforts to capture it. (Photo: Ty Hollett)
Skate park video
A skateboarder and videographer analyze the skater's recent attempt, and failure, at a specific trick as well as the videographers efforts to capture it. (Photo: Ty Hollett)
Skate park trio
A trio consisting of a skateboarder, photographer and videographer all shoot and skate together. They will collaboratively develop their respective skill sets over time. (Photo: Ty Hollett)
STEM counseling
Diandra Prescod (left), assistant professor of counselor education, and Eric Marsh (second-from-left), Glenn Professor of Engineering Education, have created a new partnership that provides STEM-focused career counseling for undergraduate students.
Digital Studio
This screenshot of the digital studio shows where student artwork is displayed and viewable by others in the class. Since the pilot course in 2016, the studio has undergone a redesign based on feedback from students.
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