Gamze Ozogul, Assistant Professor in Instructional Systems Technology, has been awarded the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award from the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology. The award is given annually to an IU faculty member who displays noteworthy mentorship and is nominated by their students or peers.
IU School of Education’s Higher Education and Student Affairs program continues to be one of the best in the nation, ranking fourth according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 “Best Graduate Schools” rankings.
When it comes to preparing for a job in education, get experience working the classroom as soon as you can: that was one piece of advice given to School of Education students from four Indiana school administrators at a seminar sponsored by the INSPIRE Living-Learning Center.
When it came to advancing his career, Officer Ryan Skaggs with the IU Police Department has turned to perhaps an unlikely source: the Adult Education program at the School of Education. Skaggs has begun to develop training for several areas in IUPD, all of which will benefit from his Master's in Adult Education.
A new Workplace Simulation Project at Washington High School in Washington, Indiana, kicked off last week in which students will work alongside industry professionals from Daviess Community Hospital to learn about infectious diseases and create a public health communication plan.
The State Colloquium on Internationalizing Schools of Education across Indiana provided a space for the participants to share what they have accomplished in terms of internationalization, as well as to exchange ideas and hear from out-of-state experts about their success stories and the resources that are available to them.
Twelve teachers from around Indiana have been named to the newest cohort of Armstrong Teacher Educator award winners. The Armstrong Teacher Educator Award is given out annually to outstanding Indiana teachers, recognizing their contributions above and beyond the job of teaching.
Faculty from the School of Education and the Center for International Education, Development and Research (CIEDR) partnered with the Institute for Active Citizenship in Slovakia to offer a professional development workshop for Slovak teachers in citizenship education.
Sarah Lubienski has been named a 2019 AERA Fellow. Lubienski is the Interim Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and a Professor of Math Education.
The Indiana University Foundation has announced a $4 million gift from alumni Nycha Schlegel and Dallas "Bill" Loos. The bequest will benefit countless students, faculty and staff in the School of Education in Bloomington, IU Libraries, the Kelley School of Business and the Wells Scholars Program.