Keiko McCullough, doctoral student in Counseling Psychology, has won the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs 2021 Outstanding Graduate Student Award. This national award is arguably the most prestigious student award in the field of counseling psychology.
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Part of IU's Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge, the track offers an evidence-based curriculum on substance use disorder spanning prevalence, prevention, assessment and treatment.
Area children in grades K-8 can once again enjoy learning more about science this semester. Students will have the opportunity to formulate questions, do hands-on science experiments and act like scientists and engineers.
With a new school year comes new opportunities to connect. If you’re looking to meet new people and get involved at the IU School of Education, we have several undergraduate student organizations for you to join.
If you’ve been walking around the Wright education building, you’ve likely seen some new banners adorning the light posts. These banners honor just some of our late illustrious alumni who made important contributions to the world of education. We remember and honor them for their many accomplishments.
Computer science education in early childhood is in high demand – but without enough teachers to tackle the problem, along with underrepresentation of gender and ethnic minorities in the STEM workforce, there remains a gap in this subject. A new project from IU School of Education faculty will help change that.
The space station might have been a little unconventionally built – made from cardboard boxes, it included tunnels, windows and even a couch. But it was just part of another lesson about space travel from the Uplands Maker Mobile, a van loaded with supplies to encourage STEM learning all around southern Indiana.
While governing boards across colleges can help improve efforts in diversity, equity and inclusion, these many boards’ current efforts are scattershot, according to researchers.
Over the next four years, a new project will provide real-time support to undergraduate STEM students and instructors by using natural language processing to analyze student explanations of STEM phenomena.
Ten new faculty members have joined the IU School of Education this semester, bringing with them a wealth of information around topics in the education world, including improving academic outcomes for English learners, examining diversity in STEM fields for Black students and learning in collaborative inquiry environments.