Curt Bonk, a professor with Instructional Systems Technology, has won the 2020 President's Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Technology from Indiana University.
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Shukufe Rahman, a Ph.D. student in science education, has won the Santosh Jain Endowed Memorial Scholarship. With the aid she plans to do a pilot study in the Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh next summer.
Dionne Danns, a professor and educational historian in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, is the recipient of the Class of 1950 Herman B Wells Endowed Professorship.
The graduate programs at the IU School of Education have once again been recognized as some of the best in the country by the U.S. News and World Report’s 2022 “Best Graduate Schools.”
As the nation continues to grapple with righting the wrongs from racial injustice, a new community theatre project—the Bloomington City Wide Youth Theatre Collective—hopes to provide a space for youth voices to address these issues.
IU earned the NAFSA 2021 Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award for Campus Internationalization for its Global Gateway for Teachers.
Adam Henze, who earned his doctorate in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education last summer, has won a dissertation award from the Arts & Inquiry special interest group (SIG) of the American Education Research Association.
Studying for a graduate degree in a foreign country can be a daunting idea. IU School of Education’s international student ambassadors are here to make it less so.
A new resource for teachers who work with students that have or are at risk for dyslexia, co-written by an IU School of Education faculty member, is now available from the Indiana Department of Education.