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As part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the IU School of Education, Dean Anastasia Morrone is recognizing four individuals today for their outstanding professional contributions to the world of education with the IU School of Education Dean’s Medallion.

Laura Stachowski has been awarded the John W. Ryan Award for Distinguished Contributions to International Programs and Studies from Indiana University. This award honors faculty members for their exceptional contributions to the university’s international programs and studies.

“Contestations of Citizenship, Education, and Democracy in an Era of Global Change: Children and Youth in Diverse International Contexts” considers the shifting social, political, economic and educational structures shaping citizenship among children and youth across the globe.

Professor Jessica Lester was recently elected to a three-year term as Vice-President of Division D - Measurement & Research Methodologies for the American Educational Research Association.

Dasha Carver, a fourth-year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology, has won the Lieber Memorial Associate Instructor Award from IU. This award recognizes young teachers who have not yet achieved faculty rank at IU.

During Asia Burgett’s freshman year at IU, they weren’t happy with their chosen major of Astronomy. But thanks to the welcoming atmosphere they felt working in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the IU School of Education and after a meeting with their career counselor, Burgett switched majors to Early Childhood Education - keeping Astronomy as a minor.

How did Black IU School of Education students navigate student teaching in the 1930s, when they were not allowed in segregated classrooms? A new series of blog posts from IU Archives graduate assistant Jo Otremba will answer that question while giving a glimpse into the lives of these students and the difficulties they faced.

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