Esther Prins, associate professor of education and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and the Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy, and her research colleagues were the recipients of one of seven commissioned papers from American Institutes for Research/National Center for Education Statistics grant program.
The Academic Leadership Academy, hosted by the College of Education's Center for the Study of Higher Education, provided practical administrative knowledge and skills to participants from across the U.S. and around the world.
A study by Esther Prins, co-director of the Goodling Institute and the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy, and her colleagues Cathy Kassab and Kimeka Campbell, challenges educators, researchers, and policy makers to recalibrate their understanding of who college students are.
William Hartman, professor of education, received the Lifetime Achievement award at the National Education Finance Conference (NEFC) in Louisville, Kentucky, in April 2014. The Lifetime Achievement award recognizes an exceptional individual who has devoted his or her professional career to enhancing the funding of education.
Dean David H. Monk recently announced the implementation of a refined administrative model along with the appointments of new program and department leadership within the College for the 2014-15 academic year.
Esther Prins, associate professor of education and co-director of the Goodling Institute and the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy, was recently interviewed by “EvoLLLution,” a grassroots online newspaper about higher education, about her study—conducted alongside Cathy Kassab and Kimeka Campbell—that explored rural Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) applicants.
Anna Prince, a junior majoring in rehabilitation human services, learned what it takes to work with a special-needs population when she served as a counselor this summer at Camp Ramapo, an outdoor camp for children with social, emotional or learning challenges in Rhinebeck, New York.
Julie Kirk, a College of Education master’s student, supplemented her master’s degree in higher education (student affairs emphasis) by interning with the Office of Orientation Services at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois, this summer.