May-June 2012 News Archive
Kyle Peck, John Wise, and Brad Zdenek are developing a concept to get more kids interested in pursuing careers in the STEM disciplines.
The Academic Leadership Academy, housed in the College of Education, is working with Rutgers University and the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in Mumbai as an award recipient from the Obama-Singh Initiative.
In a study of 42 teacher education programs at universities in 38 states, James Johnson and colleagues found that only about half of the programs reported impacts of the PreK and the PreK–3rd movements.
Cheslock's three-year term begins July 1.
The award honors an AIR member for significant and substantial contributions to the field of institutional research.
Register online by July 11 for this fun alumni event.
The study seeks to understand the factors that have historically led to the productive research systems of higher education.
The event, scheduled for Thursday, June 28, includes a picnic lunch.
Bob was a former director of clinical experiences in the College of Education.
The faculty will be honored at a dinner in the fall.
Penn State students and Pennsylvania teachers gain field experience teaching English as a Second Language to Ecuadorian youth.
Stephanie Serriere believes teachers should give students a chance to experience civic situations.
His work will be focused on beginning teachers’ professional vision in the context of two cultures.