Around the College: Sept. 11, 2019

September 11, 2019

— Research by Erica Frankenberg, professor of education (educational leadership), showing that America's schools are becoming increasingly segregated was cited in Vox and on NBCnews.com.

— Doctoral student Karen Babbs Hollett had a blog post published on the National Association for the Education of Young Children website. It was on research about anti-bias work the Center for Education and Civil Rights has been collaborating on for the past few years.

— The Review of Educational Research, a journal of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) that's edited within the Penn State College of Education, is ranked as the No. 1 education and educational research journal in the world for the second year in a row. AERA has asked editor Karen Murphy and co-editors Gwen Lloyd and Alicia Dowd to serve a second term. Doctoral student Rachel Croninger is the editorial assistant. Click here for a journal description and here for AERA rankings.

— David Passmore, distinguished professor of education (workforce education and development), was guest editor for a special feature issue of "Advances in Developing Human Resources focused on Meta-Science in Human Resource Development: Exploring the Possibilities." He also authored two articles in that same issue: "Potential for meta-scientific inquiry to improve the usefulness of HRD research outcomes for practice" and "Meta-science: Guidelines for the practitioner."

— Kelly Rosinger, assistant professor of education, is one of six researchers on a team whose research, "Nudging at Scale: Experimental Evidence From FAFSA Completion Campaigns," was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Her colleagues are from Brandeis and Brigham Young universities and the universities of Pennsylvania and Virginia.

"Around the College" highlights accomplishments by faculty, staff and students in the College of Education, including publications; research presentations at conferences and workshops; and awards, grants and fellowships. Please share your news with us and your colleagues by emailing edrelations@psu.edu.

Last Updated September 11, 2019