Victor Borden, Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs, has won the Sidney Suslow Scholar Award from the Association for Institutional Research.
Five IU School of Education students and alumni have won the Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Outstanding Future Educator Award for 2019-2020.
Four faculty members at the IU School of Education have been honored with inaugural faculty awards, given for their commitment to research, partnership, international engagement and equity.
Sarah Lubienski and Russ Skiba have been named Outstanding Reviewers for 2019 from the American Educational Research Association. The recognition goes to individuals who rendered outstanding professional service to the journals, AERA and education research.
Four IU School of Education graduate students have been recognized with awards from the Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA). Akua Adjeiwaa Asomani-Adem, Breanya Hogue, Quinton Stroud, and Francesca Williamson were chosen as award recipients for their excellence in service and education.
Anne Leftwich, Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology, has been named the new Barbara B. Jacobs Chair in Education and Technology, while Adam Maltese, Associate Professor of Science Education and Director of the MILL, has been named the new Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Chair for Teacher Education.
Being grateful during a pandemic might sound like a challenge. But now more than ever, finding something to be thankful about – no matter how small – can make a difference to your physical and mental health.
Shanalee Gallimore, a third-year doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, has won the John H. Edwards fellowship from the University Graduate School, one of the most distinguished fellowships awarded to graduate students at IU.
With schools closed across Indiana because of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers have had to adapt to online learning and connect to their students from afar. Both teachers and students have risen to the occasion, showing their dedication to learning no matter the circumstances.
This spring, the IU School of Education is saying good bye to ten extraordinary colleagues as they retire. While the coronavirus pandemic took away our opportunity to celebrate in person, it does not diminish their accomplishments and contributions over many years.
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