Spring edition of College of Education Alumni Magazine available online

Read about the many ways in which College of Education students and faculty are making a tangible and lasting impact, in the spring edition of the Alumni Magazine. The magazine is in the mail, and also available online via issuu.com, with individual stories posted to the Penn State News website.

This edition features:

-- a message from Dean Monk.

-- a research project that's changing lives in remote communities in Peru.

-- a Professional Development School graduate helping elementary students in Tampa look forward to attending school.

-- a new project that serves military families affected by autism.

-- a doctoral student sharing the culture of his Indonesian homeland.

-- an alumna whose ties to her alma mater included a personal connection.

-- research focused on the special education professional development needs of teachers in four African nations.

-- a new graduate who made the most of her time as an undergraduate, taking on leadership roles in various campus organizations.

-- a five-year, $2.1 million grant enabling the College of Education to expand ambitious science and language programs in Hazleton.

As always, we welcome your feedback at edrelations@psu.edu.

Contacts: 
Last Updated May 10, 2017