Fulbright teachers wrap up semester in Bloomington
The graduates celebrated with laughter, hugs and a few funny videos in a ceremony honoring their hard work
I CAN PERSIST encourages women of color to explore STEM
The initiative involves 50 high school, undergraduate and graduate students in a year-long program
Akerson elected president of ASTE
The Association for Science Teacher Education promotes excellence in science teacher education world-wide.
Math education project works to address student needs
A School of Ed team is working to meet the learning needs of an increasingly diverse student population
Kubow aims to help refugee students
Professor Patricia Kubow hopes her research will help both refugee and native students in Jordan adapt to change
HESA grad student Kevin Lewis was recently honored with two ACPA awards recognizing his efforts to give underrepresented students a better chance in higher education. After graduation, he hopes to continue to work in social justice in education.
M.S.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs, 2017
A Season of Change...
Dean of the School of Education
The fall in Southern Indiana is a wonderful time. Growing up in Southern California where we only had two seasons, summer and not summer, I never had the chance to experience the yearly onset of crisp, cool days and the leaves changing colors. At this time of year, I am especially pleased that my family decided to make Bloomington our home.