May - June 2008
Students in the Penn State program have won 24 of the 57 AIR awards nationally over the past two years.
Nolan's second term as the Henry J. Hermanowicz Professor of Teacher Education in the College of Education extends his role through 2011.
The College of Education is pleased to announce that all faculty names put forth before the University’s promotion and tenure committee have been approved.
Paola Castello, Yesenia Alvarez, and Inez Ramos were among 30 seniors at Reading (Pa.) High School who recently passed the Spanish College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam.
After eight years in pursuit of a degree in elementary education, while waiting on tables to support herself and two young daughters, Stacy Baptiste prepares to graduate.
Paul L. Morgan, assistant professor in Penn State’s College of Education, has been selected to receive a National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship award.
Seven members of the college community were honored at a reception on April 30.
Murry Nelson, Syedur Rahman, and Robert Slaney close out their careers at the end of the current academic year.
Eight student teachers and their advisor, teamed up with a Peace Corps volunteer to collect books from local elementary schools to send to a primary school in Namibia, Africa.
An author on numerous books, Rothwell is the lead author on two new books that have been published this year with a third in press.
The College of Education Alumni Society invites all alumni, faculty, and staff to a Spikes game on July 10. Discounted tickets are available with a section reserved for the College.
Chuba, who has a perfect 4.0 cumulative grade-point average, will lead the procession during the College's commencement ceremonies on May 17, 2008, in Eisenhower Auditorium.
Ellie Deitrich, director of development and alumni relations, recaps a weekend of events held April 25-27, that honored donors to the College.
Shulman has had a long and distinguished career as an educator. He spoke informally of his philosophy on the necessary complexities that make up education in a nationally-broadcast essay on This I Believe, on National Public Radio (NPR). You can read or listen to his essay on the.
Some 80 bikers, nearly double the number from the previous year, took advantage of ideal weather and an expanded program of activities.
Wright has accepted a teaching position with Teach for America in Jacksonville, Fla.
Peck was formally acknowledged April 25 at the College’s annual Donor Appreciation Dinner.
Patterson and Marshall were honored at the CLGBTE’s awards reception on April 18.