2022

IU School of Education alum Ahmed Lachheb has won the University Graduate School Distinguished Ph.D. Dissertation Award in the Mathematics, Physical Sciences, and Engineering category for 2022. This is the highest honor for research that Indiana University bestows upon graduate students.

Meghan Langford is a senior studying secondary social studies education and education policy. Her Provost’s Award reflects the extraordinary work she has done for her semester-long capstone project where she combined her three passions: social justice, community outreach, and children’s literature.

Graduate student Karyn Housh has won the 2022-2023 President’s Diversity Dissertation Fellowship from the University Graduate School. Housh is a doctoral candidate of Learning and Developmental Sciences within Counseling and Educational Psychology.

The Indiana University Board of Trustees has approved promotions for eleven faculty members from the IU School of Education. The promotions are effective July 1, with the appointment with tenure effective July 1, 2023.

A student group at the IU School of Education has been hard at work this semester bringing together over 30 members with a goal dedicated to the retention, support and success of underrepresented minority students who plan on becoming future educators.

Award recipients must demonstrate a range of inspiring work and leadership in working with students or as part of the profession that models the commitment and dedication necessary for all outstanding future educators.

For half a century, Global Gateway for Teachers has been helping students have transformative experiences around the country—and around the world—giving them invaluable intercultural immersion experiences while also fulfilling their student teaching requirements.

Teachers wondering how to discuss the crisis in Ukraine in their classrooms can access teaching guides, articles and more, all curated and presented by Global Education Initiatives Coordinator Vesna Dimitrieska and her colleagues from the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.

A new book from Instructional Systems Technology Professor Curt Bonk compiles an expansive variety of educational practices fostered across international contexts by real teachers and former IU School of Education students.

Jeff Ruser, a doctoral candidate in counseling psychology, recently received funding to study how recent changes to the rules regarding the way college athletes can financially benefit from their name, image and likeness could benefit—or hurt—student athletes.  

This year marks 20 years since the Indiana University Plagiarism Tutorials and Tests (IPTAT) service has been available. This service has helped almost a million students from 225 countries learn about and avoid plagiarism.

A portrait of Martha Dawson is now hanging in the East Lounge of the Indiana Memorial Union. Dawson earned her masters and doctoral degrees at the School of Education and later became the first African American woman to become a tenured member of the IU Bloomington faculty.

Understanding history can help rethink the way things are done today while acknowledging missteps of the past. That was part of the message Eddie R. Cole, Associate Professor of Higher Education and History at UCLA and a graduate of the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, brought with him in two events last week in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Instructional Systems Technology was ranked number one in the latest (2022) U.S. News and World Report Best Online Master’s in Education program rankings. Three other programs were also highly ranked, with the IU School of Education nationally ranked overall at #28, a jump of 14 spots compared to last year.

As global trends change, so too does the need for more transformational, international learning, especially in science education. A new project from the IU School of Education will help prepare teachers for this need.

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