Senior Amanda Cahill’s final season as part of the women’s basketball team is one she—and the rest of the university—will always remember. But her time on the team was also an ideal preparation for becoming a teacher.
Scott graduates this May with his Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs, along with a certificate in education law.
Dr. Stephanie Power-Carter, Associate Professor of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, has been honored with the 2018 William H. Wiggins Faculty Award in Support of Teaching and Mentoring in the African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University (AAADS).
Dr. Julie Marie Frye (Education Library, Head) and Literacy, Culture, and Language Education doctoral student Arnell Hammond were awarded a 2018 Carnegie-Whitney Grant by the American Library Association.
Associate Professor Jessica Nina Lester and Assistant Professor Chad R. Lochmiller, along with their co-editor Rachael Gabriel, received the 2018 Outstanding Qualitative Research Book Award from the Qualitative Research-Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association.
Activism is an important part of junior Mallory Burris’s plans for a future classroom. It’s also an big part of her life at IU.
The group also celebrated eight Balfour students participating in overseas studies this year thanks to a scholarship gift from the Jongsma family for the Balfour Scholars Program.
The School of Education honored faculty, adjuncts and associate instructors who demonstrated exceptional teaching skills at the 2018 Celebration of Teaching ceremony.
Susan Whiston, Katy Pastel, Wendy Marencik, Ben Edmonds, Frank DiSilvestro and Erna Alant worked to improve education around the world through their various fields of expertise and collectively gave over 100 years of service to Indiana University.