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Kelly receives Dr. John J. Gumperz Memorial Award
Gregory J. Kelly was the recipient of the Dr. John J. Gumperz Memorial Award at this year's annual American Education Research Association meeting.
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 04-06 news
Science Education wing renovations near half-way point
Renovations to the science education wing in Chambers Building are well underway as the fall semester approaches. Since its start in January 2018, construction has moved steadily and is nearly half way done.
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 07-09 news
Haynes-Thoby selected for NBCC MFP Fellowship Program
Latoya Haynes-Thoby, an alumna and current doctoral student in the counselor education and supervision program, was selected for the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program (NBCC MFP).
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 04-06 news
Anna Gabriel named spring 2019 Education student marshal
Anna Gabriel has been selected as the College of Education's student marshal for Penn State's spring 2019 Commencement ceremony, which will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 5, 2019, in the Bryce Jordan Center.
Located in News and Publications / 2019: 04-06 news
Hannah Kohler named spring 2018 student marshal for College of Education
Hannah Elizabeth Kohler is the College of Education’s student marshal for Penn State’s spring 2018 Commencement ceremony, which will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 6, in the Bryce Jordan Center. A Schreyer Honors College student from York, Pennsylvania, Kohler made dean's list in every semester.
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 04-06 news
Dedicated Learning and Performance Systems students juggle busy lives with school
Working toward a college degree is hard on its own, but students in the Workforce Education and Development (WFED) Program juggle college, full-time jobs, family life and many more obligations.
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 04-06 news
'Education House' helps students connect with resources, each other
The College of Education's Special Living Option (SLO), the First-Year in Education "Education House," addresses the needs of the students who choose to live there and offers experiences that help shape their first year.
Located in News and Publications / 2019: 01-03 news
No Hate Penn State: Student-group promotes inclusivity and awareness in community
In the midst of a controversy involving prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer and the University of Florida, Jacksonville native Elijah Armstrong decided enough was enough — it was time for him to take action.
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 04-06 news
Professors integrate study of education and Latin American social movements
Inspired by Italian philosophers and Brazilian educators, John Holst and Rebecca Tarlau are exploring social movements, education and sociology with their work in South America and the United States.
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Program combines mobile devices and the outdoors in an unlikely pairing
Research combining technology and the outdoors is ‘Transforming Outdoor Places into Learning Spaces’ for children and families.
Located in News and Publications / 2018: 07-09 news