Posts Tagged ‘College of Education’
A recent graduate’s class at La Porte High School is impacting its school through kindness. Another education alumnus is impacting future teachers through an educational bestseller.
From the west to the east coast of Ireland, the Indiana State students experienced nature, history, geological formations, dancing, music and education as part of their spring break trip to Ireland.
Melanie Beaver (BA’93, MED’98) returned to her middle school classroom in August after a year sabbatical she spent as a clinical faculty associate at Indiana State University, starting her doctorate at ISU and a summer pursuing her passion through a Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity grant.
From Yellowstone National Park to the Wabash Valley, faculty members are expanding opportunities for their students.
Indiana State University received a substantial grant to renovate its science labs and a science professor received a large grant to continue his research into the poison dart frog. Students also won a NASCAR competition and a trip to Miami for their work.
The English education and English major was helped in realizing her dream by taking part in a new cooperative program between Indiana State and Indiana University’s Cultural Immersions Project that gives ISU students an opportunity for international student teaching.
The University Hall that has resulted from the renovation of what originally was the Laboratory School at Indiana State is a re-polishing of a longtime campus jewel. The building’s renaissance into an unrivaled teacher education facility provides a resource appropriate to the College of Education’s stature.