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Robert Arnove, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, has been appointed an honorary professor at the Universidad Intercontinental de la Empresa in Spain.

One of the study rooms in the renovated Education Library has been named for alumna Barbara Domek, a two-time IU School of Education graduate, thanks to a gift from her and her husband.

The Dean's List includes undergraduate students who have been certified to the School and who have carried at least 12-credit hours of graded or S-F courses with a 3.7 GPA or above for the semester.

Victor Borden was honored with a celebration marking his retirement from the IU School of Education in April. At the celebration, Borden expressed his gratitude for the wonderful people he has had the privilege of working with across all campuses of IU and the marvelous opportunities he has been afforded.

From creating lessons for students at Rogers Elementary to traveling with the basketball team as a member of the Big Red Basketball Band, Rosamaria McMahon stays busy and dedicated to her work at IU.

The prestigious Outstanding Future Educator Award given by the Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education to teacher candidates who excel academically and in student teaching, and show excellent professional promise.

If you visit the Campus Cafe in the Wright building, you’ll find four flavors of Teatulia tea available for purchase. In March over spring break, three IU students and two staff members traveled to Bangladesh, where they visited the tea garden that tea is sourced from.