May-June 2011 News Archive
Maggie Cardin, Marcy Herr, and Julia Kern will be among new members inducted into the academy, which was started by President Graham Spanier.
Born and raised in the UAE, Al Morshedi is pursuing a duel Ph.D. in the College of Education.
The European Society for Rural Sociology Congress attracts leading European researchers, policy makers, and scientists interested in the study of rural issues.
Hartman was recognized in May at the National Education Finance Conference.
Roger Shouse has been invited to speak at the 2011 Global Human Resources Forum in South Korea in November.
State College elementary school children learn about trees, plants, and animals at the Arboretum at Penn State.
The College invites you and your family to “Education Night with the Spikes” on Friday, July 22.
Rose M. Baker and David L. Passmore will become co-editors of the International Journal of Vocational Education & Training on July 1, 2011.
The Center for Science and the Schools is a partner in a project that engages K-12 students in a worldwide health study.
The faculty will be honored at a dinner in the fall.
This volume's articles were selected from the largest number of submissions that the journal has ever received.
Lucy Phua earned a master's degree online and spent a week at Penn State for commencement.
Cornell professor gives heart-breaking, yet inspiring, speech at commencement.
Thompson serves on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
Federal work-study positions are currently available for Penn State students who are interested in having a positive influence on children.
Eight members of the College were recognized for their achievements at a May 4 reception.
The Interinstitutional Consortium for Indigenous Knowledge and AILP brought ten distinguished speakers from across the country to University Park on April 15.
Stapleton, a secondary education, social studies option major with a perfect 4.0 GPA, will lead the procession of graduates at the May 16 ceremony.