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Around the College: Nov. 28, 2018

Students, staff and faculty members from Penn State's College of Education share recent research and career achievements.

Ed Fuller, associate professor of education (educational leadership), was quoted in the article, "Women are more likely to work in Pa. public schools, but less likely to lead them," published on

Kevin Kinser, professor of education (higher education), was quoted in the article "Is Kean Giving Control of Its Overseas Faculty to Chinese Government?," published on Inside Higher Ed.

— Jennifer Miller, a doctoral student studying comparative and international education, recently published “The Transformative and Healing Power of Theatre of Witness” in The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education.

Deborah Schussler, associate professor of education (educational leadership) and Jennifer Frank, assistant professor of education (special education) presented "From 'Doing' to 'Being': A Longitudinal Investigation of Classroom Teachers’ Implementation of a Mindfulness Based Intervention" at the International Symposium of Contemplative Researcher in Phoenix. College of Education alumna Julia Mahfouz, Mark Greenberg, professor of human development and psychology, and Trish Broderick of the Penn State Prevention Research Center also collaborated on the research and presentation. This research was funded by a US Department of Education Goal 2 grant to promote health and well-being with adolescents through the Learning to BREATHE program, a mindfulness-based curriculum authored by Trish Broderick.

"Around the College" highlights accomplishments by faculty, staff and students in the College of Education, including publications; research presentations at conferences and workshops; and awards, grants and fellowships. Please share your news with us and your colleagues by emailing