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2010 Annual Report

Enhancing Strength Through Innovation


Table of Contents Dean’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 College News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Advancement Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Supporting Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 College Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 University Alumni Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 College Alumni Society Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

College Programs in U.S. News & World Report Higher Education Administration . . #1 Technical Teacher Education (Workforce Education) . . . . . . . . . #2 Rehabilitation Counseling . . . . . . . #3 Administration/Supervision (Ed Leadership) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #5 Student Counseling/ Personnel Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . #7 Education Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . #10 Secondary Education . . . . . . . . . . #11 Educational Psychology . . . . . . . . #12 Curriculum & Instruction . . . . . . #16 Special Education . . . . . . . . . . . . #17

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Dean’s Message The recent report in The Wall Street Journal naming Penn State the No. 1 destination for recruiters seeking to hire college graduates is a powerful reminder of the University’s remarkable ability to prepare students for success. We see evidence of this success every day in the College of Education, where our graduates are in high demand throughout the field of education. At the same time, it has become very clear that the University cannot sustain this success by simply passing on higher and higher costs to students and their families who pay tuition. Penn State’s tuition has been rising significantly in recent years, and members of the board of trustees have asked the University to take a close look at every area to make sure we are operating as efficiently as possible and with our resources focused squarely on the highest and most worthy priorities. These reviews are in progress, and every college, campus, and budgetary unit will be receiving recommendations from a central planning council. The College of Education has received its recommendations, and a number of these are far-reaching and call upon us to make changes to take better advantage of complementarities across a number of our programs. We are in the process of making these changes. Perhaps the most obvious will entail a merger of the Department of Educational and School Psychology and Special Education with our Department of Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, and Rehabilitation Services. These are both highly successful departments, and we will work hard to build on their successes. Spencer Niles, professor of counselor education, has kindly agreed to serve as the initial department head. We are also taking steps to streamline administrative operations, and toward this end we have reduced the number of associate deans in the College from three to two. Likewise, technology has advanced

to the point where we feel we can reduce the number of support staff in the College, and I am thankful that it appears we can achieve these savings through naturally occurring attrition rather than layoffs. We are very grateful to the alumni and friends of the College who do so much to recognize the quality of our programs and the importance of our work. The past year saw the two largest gifts in the history of the College. Last spring, Paula Donson committed $2.4 million to the College to establish the Paula M. Donson Graduate Scholarship for Innovation in Education (page 3). This tremendous gift will provide financial assistance for doctoral students whose focus on innovation shows promise for having a transformational impact on the field. Toward the end of the summer, we announced a $6.5 million gift from Gay and Bill Krause to establish and support the Krause Innovation Studio in the College of Education (page 2). The Krause Innovation Studio will provide international leadership for the sensible infusion of emerging technologies into teaching and learning. It will harness intellectual energy from around the University and is already serving as the foundation of an emerging signature program for the College of Education at Penn State. While we celebrate the significance of these large gifts, it is also important to recognize the impact of gifts from more than 4,900 individuals last year. Despite the economic turmoil that surrounds us, we saw an increase in the total amount received from gifts. We continue to find that our graduates and friends want to know what we are accomplishing and respond by becoming involved and providing financial support. Our new director of development, Michelle Houser (page 7), joins me in thanking you for the tremendous outpouring of support for the College and our students. We are excited about the opportunities the future promises, even as we address our present challenges. I invite you to read more about our successes in this Annual Report.

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College News Krauses Make $6.5 Million Gift to Support Innovation in College of Education

An architect’s rendering of the proposed space for the Krause Innovation Studio

Gay and Bill Krause

Gay and Bill Krause of Los Altos Hills, Ca., have given a $6.5 million gift to establish and support the Krause Innovation Studio in Penn State’s College of Education. It is the largest gift in the history of the College of Education. The nascent Krause Innovation Studio will generate and share knowledge about innovative teaching practice designed around emerging technological tools. It will be a physical and intellectual space where educational leaders from around the world can innovate and investigate teaching practice with a focus on the application of technology. “When we were approached by Dean Monk regarding the possibility of the College of Education laying the groundwork for an innovation studio, we were immediately interested. Here is a program that will draw upon the power of emerging technologies to transform teaching and learning throughout educational systems,” Gay says. “The early ideas for an innovation studio emerged from the College’s strategic planning process,” says Monk. “The Krauses showed immediate interest and helped us to refine the vision to the point where it will now become a reality. We are enormously grateful for their insights, energy, and willingness to create and support the Studio.” “We have been very fortunate to have achieved some degree of success in our careers,” adds Bill. “Having 2

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done well we are now able to do good, and as such we have many opportunities for our philanthropic endeavors. We have chosen to focus on improving the education of our next generation of young people.” Gay, a former teacher and school administrator, received Associate Professor Scott McDonald (left), the her bachelor of science the director of the Krause Innovation Studio degree in elementary and special education from Penn State. She is director of the Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, Ca. Bill has been a Silicon Valley executive since the early 1970s. As president and CEO of 3Com, Bill guided the data networking company from a venture capitalfunded start-up to a publically traded, multinational enterprise with assets in excess of $1 billion when he retired. He now is president of the private investment firm LWK Ventures. Scott McDonald, associate professor of education, is the new director of the Krause Innovation Studio, and he has already established the Studio’s culture, mission, and philosophy. The physical space that will house it is in the design phase. Construction is targeted to begin in the summer of 2011.


College News $2.4 Million Commitment from Alumna to Foster New Ideas in Education Paula Donson ’82 Ph.D. of Anchorage, Alaska, has made a $2.4 million commitment to the College in support of graduate students in the College of Education. The Paula M. Donson Graduate Scholarship for Innovation in Paula Donson Education aims to recognize and provide financial assistance to doctoral degree candidates who are pursuing unique contributions to the field of education. “I wanted the money to go to those who will bring change, innovation, and new ideas into education,” says Donson, who received her doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction from Penn State in 1982. “I want to help people who are creative and have new ideas, and I want them to have the means to see their ideas through to fruition.” Dean Monk notes that “thanks to Paula’s philanthropy, there will be opportunities for students with deep interests in education to pursue imaginative ideas and initiatives in perpetuity. These scholars will have transformative impacts on society and will make us all proud to be part of the Penn State family.” Donson’s career has taken her from her hometown near Scranton, Pa., to the challenging frontier of Alaska. While vacationing in Alaska in the early 1990s, she met the chairman of a burgeoning company. Their visions aligned, and Donson moved to Alaska to contribute her skill, talent, and time to a company called Mactel. The company had the goal of launching in a state about one-fifth the size of the entire lower 48 states

the premiere service of its kind in an industry that few people at that time had ever heard of: cell phones. “It’s my little adventurous streak that has brought me the best opportunities,” Donson says. “For six months it was very challenging because nothing was as I had experienced—the darkness, transportation, the weather, housing. And you must be successful (in Alaska), or they can’t use you. What you do has to work. “I found that my skills in education really were well leveraged when I went to work in business,” she continues, “and that was my passion—to work with people, teaching them in a new way, taking them down a new path, and helping them be successful.” Donson currently is an executive with the Alaska Railroad and is on the faculty of the University of Alaska. She recently was honored with an Alumni Fellow award from the Penn State Alumni Association (page 11).

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College News NASA AESP: Taking Education into New Frontiers NASA recently celebrated its 50th anniversary of exploration and discovery. The agency’s next half century continues to depend on leadership from professionals who are proficient in the areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). NASA administrators know the importance of STEM education in developing a skilled future workforce. “Education is one of the pillars of NASA’s original charter,” says Peggy Maher, director of the Aerospace Education Services Project (AESP), housed in Penn State’s College of Education. “Improving student proficiency in STEM ultimately would create a much stronger pool of scientists and engineers from which NASA could draw.” NASA has commissioned AESP to implement nationwide education initiatives aimed at

accelerating student learning and knowledge in the STEM disciplines. AESP is part of a five-year cooperative agreement funded for up to $27.3 million over the five years. The project currently is in its fourth year. “Our goals have shifted from onetime school visits and teacher seminars to implementation of more long-term professional development,” says Kyle L. Peck, research fellow and principal investigator for AESP. School visits continue. But rather than emphasizing auditorium presentations, AESP education specialists work closely with teachers and school administrators to infuse cutting-edge science content into extended instructional units. These materials include textbooks, lesson plans, videos, and games for students. Online delivery via Skype and webinars has quickly become a more convenient and cost-effective means for reaching teachers. Now AESP is taking teachers’ professional development into yet a new direction: social networking. AESP has developed a Web-based learning community that allows educators of the STEM disciplines to bond with NASA scientists, engineers, and other teachers. By logging onto the NASA Educators Online Network (NEON), K-12 teachers can participate in a virtual symposium for sharing matters of common interest. NEON is set up to allow members to easily find persons who have similar interests and needs. After entering their profile information, users can connect with other users, form groups, and share comments. NEON also allows users to locate a variety of teaching, learning, and professionaldevelopment resources. NEON is open to all current teachers as well as preservice teachers—even educators whose expertise is in other subjects but who have been encouraged to incorporate STEM into their classrooms. You can learn more about the AES Project and the NEON community at aesp.psu.edu and neon.psu.edu

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College News New Graduate Research Program Will Prepare Interdisciplinary Education Scientists The education enterprise in the United States is a complex system involving learners, teachers, classrooms, schools, families, and communities. To evaluate the success of specific interventions in this complex system, we need educational scientists who are prepared to use rigorous research methods. To train a new generation of such scientists, a group of Penn State faculty has received a grant from the Institute for Education Sciences of the United States Department of Education. The goal of the Training Interdisciplinary Education Scientists (TIES) program is to significantly contribute to the next generation of educational scientists who will be at the leading edge of developing and evaluating interventions to enhance literacy and social and emotional learning for students who are at-risk for school adjustment problems and poor educational outcomes. This predoctoral training program bridges resources and faculty from the Colleges of Education, Health and Human Development, and the Liberal Arts, and involves six interdisciplinary research centers at Penn State.

Graduate students in the program are called TIES fellows and receive 3–5 years of financial support. As part of the program, TIES fellows are involved in coursework, seminars, summer institutes, and research apprenticeships that will expose them to cutting-edge work in literacy and social and emotional learning and that will underscore the developmental interplay between these two critical domains of school adjustment. Furthermore, the program’s core research training emphasizes cluster randomized trials and associated advanced quantitative methods, management of the research process, grant writing, and applied research experiences. In the initial years of training, fellows are involved in two distinct research apprenticeships that reflect different disciplinary perspectives. During the latter years of training, fellows actively engage in their own research and develop a programmatic line of inquiry to launch them into their professional career. In addition, they learn about the interface between educational research, practice, and policy.

The first cohort of TIES fellows: Student Name Rachel Abenavoli Chris Anthony Charlie Beekman Alexis Harris Monica Jochen Phyllis Lee

Rebecca Madill Erin Mathis Kate Norwalk Melissa Ray Tyler Sasser Laura Stutzman Emile Tilghman-Osborne

Kathleen Zadzora

College of Admission Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies Education, School Psychology Liberal Arts, Psychology Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies Education, Educational Psychology Liberal Arts, Psychology Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies Liberal Arts, Psychology Education, School Psychology Education, Educational Psychology Liberal Arts, Psychology Education, Educational Psychology Liberal Arts, Psychology Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies

Faculty Mentor Mark Greenberg James DiPerna Kristin Buss Mark Greenberg Robert Stevens Pamela Cole Scott Gest Karen Bierman  James DiPerna Robert Stevens Karen Bierman Peggy Van Meter Pamela Cole Mark Greenberg

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Advancement Update

Penn State’s New Effort to Support Students In April the University launched For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students, a historic effort aimed at making Penn State the nation’s most comprehensive, student-centered research university. The College of Education’s alumni and friends have energetically begun to address the challenges of the Campaign, and while this past year the College received its two largest gift pledges ever, much remains to be done to fulfill our promise to students. Scholarships are the top priority in the Campaign, as students find it increasingly challenging to access educational opportunities. Additional scholarship support from private donors is essential to open—and keep open—the doors to educational opportunities. Scholarships can determine whether students have the resources necessary to achieve their educational objectives and learn problem-solving methods that will benefit them in virtually every aspect of life. Scholarships provide the resources that allow students to pursue internships that bridge national boundaries and to incorporate studying abroad into their curriculum, preparing them for citizenship in an increasingly global economy. 6

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Among our most extraordinary students benefitting from donor-created scholarships are the College’s honors students. Donor support also can provide students in these programs with research grants and underwrite the costs of pursuing undergraduate thesis research. Private gifts also make it possible for students to assist faculty in developing honors courses, student research opportunities, and accelerated degree programs. To best prepare and serve our students, the College must recruit the finest faculty, and permanent faculty endowments allow the College to place a necessary premium on attracting faculty who are committed to teaching undergraduates as well as conducting research. These endowed positions help faculty integrate discovery and education. They also provide the resources for groundbreaking research and enhanced student experiences. Additionally, endowed faculty positions will become increasingly critical over the next decade as the baby-boomer generation of faculty retires and the competition for their replacements intensifies.


Number of Endowments Then and Now* 1996

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Number of Scholarships Number of Faculty Endowments Number of Program Endowments

55 2 9

136 9 31

145 9 32

154 10 36

160 10 40

165 10 41

174 10 41

Number of Endowments

66

176

186

200

210

216

225

*Includes deferred gifts

College of Education Endowment Fund Breakdown: Graduate Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Undergraduate Scholarships (23 Trustee) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Total Endowments . . . . . . . 225

New Endowments

(7/1/09 - 6/30/10) Terry and Carolyn Piper Scholarship in Education Bill and Bunny Vitori Scholarship in Science and Math Education Paula M. Donson Graduate Scholarship for Innovation in Education Edward and Betty Mattil Scholarship in Education John and Gina Ikenberry Endowment for Student Support Patricia E. Lee and Mary E. Lee Scholarship in the College of Education Andree Ward and Michael D. Keebaugh Honors Scholarship in the College of Education Dr. Kathleen L. Spicher Endowed Scholarship Sandy Sapa Trustee Scholarship in the College of Education

We want to say “Thank You” to the more than 4,900 individuals who contributed to the College last year. Meet Michelle Houser The College welcomed a new director of development and alumni relations in 2010. Michelle Houser ’01 Comm joined the College in October, succeeding Ellie Dietrich, who retired in July. Houser, who holds a journalism degree from Penn State, is a native of Titusville, Pa., with strong ties to the College and the University. Her father was the first in his family to attend college; he was a Penn State grad. When he passed away, his college friends and his family established an endowed award in his memory for Penn State Forestry students. Penn State is a tradition in Houser’s family. Her sister Jen and brother-in-law Jeff graduated from the College of Education’s PDS program and now teach in the State College Area School District. Her sister Suzanne and husband, Mike, also graduated from Penn State, and now both work at the University, as does Houser’s husband, Michael. “It is a true honor to return to my alma mater in this role,” Houser says. “I look forward to working with the College’s alumni and friends to build upon the momentum of our development and alumni relations programs.” Houser’s career began at Allegheny College and continued at Duke University. She joins us from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Supporting Students Scholarships Make College Possible for Many Students Did you know? • The median family income of student aid recipients in the College of Education is estimated at $87,000.

• 29% of students in the College of Education are first-generation college students.

• In-state tuition and fees require 17% of the median family income, and out-of-state tuition and fees require 27% of the median family income.

• Average unmet need for College of Education student aid recipients is approximately $7,000.

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“Thank you for putting your confidence in me as a student. I will work hard to honor the investment you have made in my future.” — M.Ed. candidate Jonathan Stube, School Counseling

Scholarships Provided Through Major Gifts to the College of Education

1999–2010 $600K

$500K

$400K

$300K

$350,908

$391,635

$433,593

$383,132

$467,000

$530,000

$553,600

$604,600

$571,000

’02–03

’03–04

’04–05

’05–06

’06–07

’07–08

’08–09

’09–10

0

’01–02

$100K

$323,219

$200K

’00–01

You may be surprised by these numbers. The College of Education continues to provide a firstclass education to a substantial number of firstgeneration college students. A large majority of our students receive some form of student aid, but the average unmet need for our students is still too high. Our students and their families must borrow large amounts to finance their education, resulting in an average loan debt of $27,600 for graduating College of Education students. Furthermore, the number of dollars available for College of Education scholarships declined last year due to a drop in university spending rates out of scholarship endowments. The spending rate is tied to a rolling average that was affected by poor market performance in previous years. However, there is also good news in these numbers. Nearly one out of five students in our College receive some form of scholarship from the College or University. For individual students, those scholarships make a Penn State education possible. We need to grow the level of scholarship support in the College, and now is the time to consider helping us achieve this goal. And there are ways for everyone to contribute. For example, if you give to the Penn State Alumni Association Trustee Matching Scholarship in the College of Education, the University will match 5% of the principle, which doubles the amount available for awarding to students. There is no minimum for giving, and every dollar has the maximum benefit for our students. The need is great, and our students are worthy of your support. Thank you for considering this request.

$280,922

• 17% of undergraduates in the College of Education receive a University scholarship.

• The average loan debt of seniors graduating from the College of Education is estimated to be $27,600.

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• Just over 2,000, or 76% of undergraduates in the College of Education receive some form of financial aid, including grants, loans, work study, and scholarships.


New Dean’s Graduate Assistantship Program Helps Recruit Best and Brightest Students

(l-r) Ha Ram Jeon, Education Theory and Policy; Emily Hodge, Education Theory and Policy; Jessica Bennett, Higher Education

Earlier this fall, the College welcomed the inaugural recipients of the Dean’s Graduate Assistantships for Engaged Scholarship and Research in Education. The College established this new program of support to allow us to be more competitive in our efforts to recruit the most highly accomplished and promising students.

The College was able to create this new funding thanks to its ongoing commitment to continuing professional development, gains in internal efficiency, increases in external funding, and a partnership with the Penn State Graduate School. Seven graduate students were awarded these prestigious research assistantships in 2010. It is

quite possible that they would have chosen a university other than Penn State for their graduate studies had these assistantships not been available. Additional students will be brought into the program each year for the next three years, allowing for up to 28 students to benefit from the program at any time. The program will provide two years of financial support to highly qualified graduate students, with the expectation of two more years of support through external research grants.

Christopher Anthony, School Psycholog y (left); Julie Scott Beeney, Counseling Psycholog y

Janelle Sheridan, Counseling Psycholog y (left); Heather Atkinson, Counselor Education

Online Graduate Certificate in Institutional Research courses as well as in the time taken to complete the certificate program. In addition, the design of the program allows it to attract individuals seeking to further their professional development without completing the certificate. For more information, visit www.ed.psu.edu/educ/eps/ir-certificate

Resident and World Campus Credit Hours

1999–2010

World Campus Resident and Continuing Education

60,000 50,000 40,000

57,408 2,435

59,310 3,124

58,202 3,598

56,720 3,601

52,284 6,047

53,827 6,747

51,619 7,149

50,376 8,504

53,146 8,272

’01–02

’02–03

’03–04

’04–05

’05–06

’06–07

’07–08

’08–09

’09–10

0

58,638 1,877

10,000

’00–01

20,000

59,601 1,074

30,000

’99–00

The College’s Graduate Certificate in Institutional Research (IR) is a unique online program that prepares students and higher education administrators to conduct robust and accurate research concerning higher education. Offered through the Higher Education program, and with initial support from the Association for Institutional Research and the National Center for Education Statistics, this 18-credit online program is designed to provide students with the skills that support institutional planning and policy formation in higher education institutions. Students in the program come from varied backgrounds. Some students are resident graduate students at Penn State or at other universities. Other students are already employed full-time in higher education and related fields. The program has drawn students from a majority of U.S. states and from a number of countries. Courses can be taken exclusively online, or students may choose to enroll in resident courses on the Penn State University Park campus. The program provides considerable flexibility in the choice of

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College Research Journal of Teacher Education Is Now at Penn State

2001–2010 $20M

$15M

0

Selected List of Journals Edited by College of Education Faculty žAmerican Journal of Education - G. LeTendre Career Development Quarterly - J. Trusty Catalyst for Change - B. Badiali Comparative Education Review - D. Post Education Finance and Policy - D. Monk Girlhood Studies - J. Reid-Walsh Journal of Counseling & Development - S. Niles Journal of Industrial Teacher Education - R. Walter 10

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Journal of Research in Mathematics Education - K. Heid Journal of Research in Rural Education - K. Schafft Journal of Teacher Education - S. Knight, G. Lloyd, F. Arbaugh žLearning Disabilities Research and Practice - C. Hughes Rehabilitation Education - J. Herbert žReview of Research in Education, Vols. 32 & 34 - G. Kelly Science Education - G. Kelly

’09–10 $18,529,243

Spencer Foundation

’08–09 $20,122,174

National Collegiate Athletic Association

’07–08 $20,325,041

$5M

’06–07 $18,739,301

Knowles Science Teaching Foundation

’05–06 $15,047,296

Foundation for Child Development

’04–05 $7,956,208

$10M

’03–04 $6,181,408

Apgar Foundation, Inc.

New Grants and Contracts Awards

’02–03 $8,325,793

Research Funds from Private Foundations or Organizations

outside higher education. They will also integrate a brief policy feature into the journal to help illustrate where education regulations originate and how they play out in practice. The JTE, in continuous publication since 1950, is the premiere journal for teacher education, providing a vital forum for considering practice, policy, and research in the field. Published five times a year, the journal reaches a worldwide audience and is regularly cited in new research. The JTE is A ACTE’s only journal, published in partnership with an editorial team based at a member institution and Sage Publications, Inc.

’01–02 $4,743,695

A faculty team in the Penn State College of Education has been selected as editors of the Journal of Teacher Education (JTE). The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (A ACTE) is the journal publisher and selected the College as editorial host through a competitive proposal process. The new editorial team consists of three co-editors – Stephanie Knight, Gwendolyn Lloyd, and Fran Arbaugh – and four associate editors – James Nolan, Jacqueline Edmondson, Scott McDonald, and Anne Whitney. “The College of Education has a strong track record of support for the editorships of major journals in the field,” says Dean Monk. “It is a significant honor to welcome the Journal of Teacher Education to this group, and we look forward to maintaining the high value this publication brings to our profession.” The Penn State team is taking the journal in some new directions. They plan to incorporate the experiences and research of teacher educators from


University Alumni Awards 2010 Alumni Fellow Award Winners This award is the most prestigious award given by the Penn State Alumni Association. Since 1973, the Alumni Fellow Award has been given to select alumni who, as leaders in their professional fields, are nominated by an academic college and accept an invitation from the president of the University to return to campus to share their expertise with students, faculty, and administrators.

Donald K. Boswell ’75 H&HD, ’77g Edu

Paula M. Donson ’82g Edu

Donald Boswell is president and CEO of Western New York Public Broadcasting Association (WNED) in Buffalo, N.Y. He has managed the WNED public broadcasting operations since January 1998. Boswell held previous positions with North Texas Public Broadcasting Inc. in Dallas, KCTS in Seattle, and W VIA in Pittston, Pa. Boswell has been instrumental in focusing WNED and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) on childhood education. Under Boswell’s management, WNED has produced a number of programs for national PBS broadcast, and he has received five national Emmy Awards. Boswell’s leadership helped the station earn a $2.5 million grant from The John R. Oishei Foundation to create the pioneering digital learning service called ThinkBright and Well. Boswell was presented the Canadian Consulate General Ambassador Award, an honorary doctorate degree of Laws and Letters from D’Youville College, an NFJC Citation Award, and numerous PBS awards. In 2004, he received the Leadership and Service Award from the Penn State College of Education. Boswell is chair emeritus of American Public Television. He has served on other national and international boards, including the PBS Foundation, HSBC Bank USA, Art Gallery of Ontario, and American Legacy Foundation. Boswell is a member of Iota Alpha Delta, an honorary counseling fraternity of graduate students at Penn State. He is a life member of the Penn State Alumni Association and lives with his wife, Marilyn, and daughter, Coral Sade, in Williamsville, N.Y.

Paula Donson is director of workforce & organization development for Alaska Railroad Corporation, overseeing organization planning and development. She also is an adjunct faculty member since 2001 with the University of Alaska Anchorage, where she helped create the Master of Science Project Management Program. Donson previously worked with Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, and prior to that with Alaska Seafood International as vice president of administration and human resources. From 1989 to 1995, Donson was with Wakefern Food Corporation, where she helped the company achieve its goal of hiring minorities and women to fill 40 percent of open supervisory and management positions. After earning her doctorate at Penn State and completing a post-doc at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Donson began her corporate career with Unisys in 1984, where she designed and implemented a range of human factor programs. She moved to Mactel in Anchorage, Alaska, as vice president of administration to help launch Alaska’s first telecommunications system. Donson has twice won the Unisys Excellence Award, a President’s Award, and has been recognized with the University of Alaska’s Faculty Excellence Award. She is a member of the American Society for Training and Development, the Association for Quality and Participation, and the Society for HR Management. Donson recently pledged a $2.4 million estate gift to the Penn State College of Education (page 3). She is a resident of Anchorage and a life member of the Penn State Alumni Association.

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College of Education Alumni Society Awards Excellence in Education Award Paulette Lemma ’67 Edu, ’80 M.Ed., ’83 D.Ed. Lemma serves as the associate vice president of academic affairs at Central Connecticut State University as well as the dean of the School of Graduate Studies. L-R: Dean David Monk, Bradley Rosenau, Kasey Sundin Woolslare, Scott deLone, Cathy Tomon, Carly Price, and Catherine Tang. Inset: Paulette Lemma She has overseen the restructuring of the School of Graduate Studies and was instrumental Outstanding Student Teacher Awards in starting the university’s first doctoral program in Fall 2009 educational leadership.

Leadership & Service Award Cathy Tomon ’79 Edu

Scott deLone ’09 Sci Kasey Sundin Woolslare ’09 E K Ed

Tomon is the principal of Broad Creek Middle School in Newport, N.C. She serves on the board of directors of both the North Carolina Association of Educators Principals’ Division and the North Carolina Middle School Association. She is a member of the board of trustees for the North Carolina Teacher Academy and the Southern Region Education Board, the board of examiners for the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, and the Newport Town Planning Board.

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Carly Price ’10 E K Ed Catherine Tang ’10 Sec Ed

Outstanding Teaching Award Bradley Rosenau ’85 Voc Ed Rosenau teaches commercial art and design at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology in Jamison, Pa., where he has been on staff since 1993. He is very involved in the Middle Bucks Education Association (MBEA), where he has served his colleagues as treasurer, vice president, recording secretary on the Executive Council, and a member of MBEA’s membership, grievance, and ad hoc committees.

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Award Nominations We are now accepting nominations for 2011 awards. To nominate College of Education alumni, please visit our Web site or e-mail Phil Hoy at phoy@psu.edu

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Honor Roll Lifetime Giving Societies We are grateful to the following donors whose cumulative gifts, made through June 30, 2010, provide financial support to students by establishing and enhancing funds that support academic and research initiatives and activities.

Education Circle of Distinction ($100,000 or more cumulative giving to the College of Education) Anonymous Mary Ann Landis Alexander* Warren H. & Eunice N. Askov Paul F. Bartges* Harry L. Batschelet* Lois High Berstler* James S. & Suzanne Williams Broadhurst Harvey F. & Margaret* Brush Joan Royer Cotterill & David Cotterill William E.* & Francesca* Diefenderfer Rose K. Drexel* Harry L. & Marion Eberly Floyd B.* & Naomi Anderson Fischer Conrad Frank, Jr.* Blake & Linda Gall Glenn W. & Nancy Saylor Gamble A. Joseph* & Phyllis K. Garner John A. & Maryann Gilmartin Kathryn A. Glenn* Robert T.* & Helen Mallalieu* Golder Miriam E. Gray* Richard R. Hinkel Wayne K. & Anita Woolfolk Hoy Charles E. Hunnell Jackie & Tom* Jenkins Gilbert* & Donna G. Kahn Gay and William Krause Eugene A. Larson D. Jeanne Leonhard William E.* & Wyllis Leonhard Vincent N. & Lois W. Lunetta John Martinson Paul R. McCleester* Joyce Koch McLean & Vincent R.* McLean Lavanda Pepple Muller* Doris M. Niebel* Carl J.* & Matilda Onachilla Nitsche Allan W. & Roberta Hutchison Ostar Theodore C. & Mary Prettiman Thomas I. Puksar* Alice B. Raub* Reed B. Riker Marilyn J. Ruffner Bernard N. & Beatrice Winn Sandson Jay & Frances* Smink Louise Ashburn Stethers* William A. & Estelle Graessle Turney Kenneth B. Waterbury* Dorothy Wentroble* John B. & Micheal Mihm West Donald J.* & Catherine F. Willower Frances “Nickie” Wilson William E. Wise

The Chambers Society ($25,000—$99,000 to the College of Education) Grace McCloskey Bardine Janet Feaster Blew John B. & Barbara Butler Brackbill Susan Mann Breedlove & Mark H. Breedlove Meyer A. & Janice Charlene Bushman

Ira W. & Marcy Chotiner Bushman Arlene Borneman Butts Margaret Keller Carleton Hon. Hillary Rodham Clinton & Pres. William Jefferson Clinton Barbara J. Crenshaw* Donald W. & Joan Menzel Dieter Deborah Newell Duffield Robert N. & Beth Felder Eisman Karl V.* & Joanne Beaver* Erdman William E. & Sally Swing Farrell Charles M. & Mary Ellen Fischer Robert H. & Heather F. Fleck Sidney* & Helen Sevel* Friedman J. Richard* & Elizabeth Breene Gilger Pauline Watchorn Gilleland Erma M. Hefferan* Bernard H. & Mary Stark Henderson Robert O.* & Carol McGuire Herrmann C. David & Florence R. Hoffritz William D. & Patricia A.* Horton Stephen M. & Ellyn Goldberg Karp David M. & Barbara Nardi Kucharski Albert F.* & Nancy Kuhn David B. & Joyce Williams Lee Alfred C. & Marilyn Borgia Maiello Susan Ingham Martin & Charles H. Martin Sebastian V.* & Carrie Martorana Susan R. Mendelsohn Mary Yoder Miller Dorothy Irwin Mitstifer David H. & Pamela A. Monk C. Oscar & Diedree Bray Morong Robert E. & Virginia L. Mountz Murry R. & Elizabeth R. Nelson Robert F. & Donna Comnale Nicely Henry W. & Sara C. Parks Alfred A. & Lorraine A. Piergallini Paul H. & Marjorie Dyer Price Rodney J. & Vernell A. Reed Charles W. & Annette Searson Rohrbeck Edwin L.* & Helen Rowntree* Rumpf Fern Strine Rumpf* Priscilla Hunt Sandrus* Ronald H. & Mary Ellen* Scott Donald V. & Jane L.* Shattuck Dorothy Shemick R. Mae Shultz* Robert E. & Karen Bell Shute Anthony J. & Heand Johns Silvestri Stephen R. & Eileen Baumgarten Smith Richard L. & Dorothea Gerber Stover Donald B.* & Mary Louise Elder* Tait Deno G.* & Theola F.* Thevaos David L. & Joyce Mack Tressler Eric P. & Louise Grauer Whorral Ronald J. Zdrojkowski & Mary Ann Colbaugh

Philanthropist ($5,000—$24,999 to the College of Education) Bennett L. & Carol Perlmann Aaron Audine T. Adams* Joseph V.* & Helen L. Alessandro Matthew C. & Sharon Thornton Allen Douglas A. & Claudia Anderson

Planned Gifts Estate gifts help ensure continued growth and achievement for the College of Education well into the future. Our thanks to these donors who have made provisions in their estates to support the students and mission of the College of Education. Robert J. Adler Alfred & Margaret Rizza* Billian Robert H. & Barbara Elser Boyer Harvey F. & Margaret* Brush Robert E. & Barbara Bennett Byrd Eugene S. Carrara* Pauline I. Case Linda Huston Clement Paula M. Donson Richard H. & Beverly Dorman Harry L. & Marion Eberly

* deceased

Todd K. & Annette M. Fetterolf Joseph B. & Beth A. Filko Charles M. & Mary Ellen Fischer Ronald L. & Grace Thomas* Francis Sidney* & Helen Sevel* Friedman Barry J. Fry Glenn W. & Nancy Saylor Gamble Victoria G. Guarrieri George B. & Annie Campbell Harvey Edwin L. & Patricia Herr E. Gregory Holdan

James H. & Pamela Reese Arbuckle Walter M. Arnold Edward H. & Mary Anne Aurand Charles E. & Katherine Reid Bailey Gertrude A. Barber* Russell P. & Rachael L. Bear Coleman C. & Pauline Rexford Bender Alfred A. & Margaret Rizza* Billian Byron B.* & Dorothy V.* Blank John R.* & Rachelle Bonfield Charles F.* & Mary Keller Brewer George* & Betty S. Burton Agnes B. Buzzard* Kenneth F. & Linda J. Chaffee Ann M. Cimino* Larry E. Condon Rosemary Staropoli Connor* Sara Hartman Culbertson* Leslie C. Derenfeld Wayne L. & Kathryn W. Detwiler James E. & Ann S. Deveney Ralph & Joyce Muir Difranco Clarence A. & Jackolyn Rae Dittenhafer Martha M. Dohner* William J. & Mary A. Donovan Jeanne Baker Driscoll Victor L.* & Mary Miles Dupuis Mark A. & Cynthia S. D‘Urso Sandra J. Ebert* Stanley N. & Esther Greenes Eisman Carol L. Ettenger John H.* & Ann B. Evans Edgar I. & Barbara W. Farmer Geoffrey C.* & Evelyn Wasson* Farnum C. Herbert Foutz* Sanford L. Fox James P. & Barbara Waska Frawley Joseph L. & Margaret G. French John F. & Beverly Glickman Gallagher Michael D. Zisman & Linda J. Gamble John A. & Christie Young Gartman Ross H. & Vicki Greene Goodman Kenneth C. Gray & Barbara Hopkins Grabowski Warren H. & Mary Houser Groff Jay R. & S. Rhoberta* Gross Mrs. Harold M. Grout, Sr.* John C. & Joyce Conklin Haas Nancy J. Hadfield Robert T. & Francella Cheslock Hamecs Robert W. & Claudene Hazel Harkins Donald E. & Martha Worthington Harris James T. & Mary Kurdila Harris Eugene S. & Lois Sheaffer Harsh Ralph T. & Marcia J. Heimer Robert M. & Linda J. Hendrickson Edwin L. & Patricia Herr E. Gregory Holdan H. Grace Baer Holderman Raymond W. & Deborah Snell Hoover John P. & Gina F. Ikenberry Herbert R. Imbt* Abigail Lorant Johnson Claire Ferguson Joseph Jerome J.* & Lorraine T.* Kapitanoff Joan Mehan Kaplan Irving Kaplan* M. Annetta Kauffman* Lawrence A. Klein Guy V.* & Catherine Wible Kresge William J. & Barbara A. Leary Rich & Jenny R. Lee

Marcus & Yvonne T. Lingenfelter J. David* & Mary Rowland* Lockard Richard E. & Doris L. Lundvall George J. & Judith Watson Marshalek J. Daniel Marshall & Tara Fulton Aaron J. & Jean Truxal Martin Steven J. & Margaret Collins Michaels John R. & Elizabeth Skade Middleton Robert M. & Gail Rolle Miller Joan Hunter Miller Ben D. Mills Phillip J. Minella John W. & Nancy Ann Moore Stanley* & Gertrude K. Moorhouse Cheryl Kulp Myers James A. Naddeo J. Bonnie Newman Benjamin E. Niebel Victor H.* & Rachel P.* Noll James B. & Janice Hewlett O‘Connor Kevin B. & Susan Opel O‘Leary Ralph N. & Patricia P. Pacinelli Virginia Matthews Packard* John L.* & Betty Garis Palmer Margaret Bittner Parke* Lewis E. & Janice L. Patterson Catherine L. Pellek Sara J. Peter Gwendolyn Allen Peyton Terry D.* & Carolyn Davey Piper John P. Pommersheim Ralph D. & Ana Valencia Posmoga Stanley A. Prey* Steven C. & Pamela Miller Ramsey David D. & Therese A. Ream Robert A. & Rosemary W. Reed Edwin & Elizabeth Robson Joan K. Ruth Thomas N.* & Joanne D. Ryder Sandra Snyder Sapa Allen & Nancy Green Satenberg Martin J. & Marcia Bronstein Satinsky David A. & Louise A. Sauerland Donald A. & Donna Warfel Schoenly Carolyn Wetterau Seitz George L. Settlemyer Mark E. Setzer Twyla Shear Nancy A. Shemick Dorothy J. Skeel* Alex & Sondra Levitt Smith Gerald B. Smith* Irwin S. & Lorraine Siegle Spiegel James & Jeanette E. Spires William D. & Audrey Gray Sprenger G. Alan & Margaret E. Sternbergh Grace Tomlinson Stevens* Barbara H. Suddarth & David Reile W. Donald & Beatrice Trolier* Sullivan William E. & Jean B. Toombs Georgia A. Townsend* Emogene Whitaker Truxal Elery H. & Carolyn C. Walizer Frederick G. & Patricia Lord Welch Paul W. & Mary M. Welliver John C. & Cora Williams Edward J. & Susan Beck Wilson Mabel A. Wilson* Pauline A. Wilson* Howard E. & Helen Dickerson Wise Richard E. & Kathrine Keller Wise Herbert E. & Margery Gay* Woodruff

Alan G. & Patricia Dickey Sheffer Raymond W. & Deborah Snell Hoover Robert G. Shorr Andree Ward & Michael D. Keebaugh L. Jean Spagnolo Gay & William Krause Kathleen L. Spicher David B. & Joyce Williams Lee Deno G.* & Theola F.* Thevaos Patricia E. Lee Joseph V. & Elizabeth O‘Shea Tipping Marcus & Yvonne T. Lingenfelter Joyce Trigiano Turley-Nicholas & Fred* Edward Mattil Nicholas Thomas N.* & Geraldine M. McCreary Francis J. & Ruth St. Clair Vastola Richard L. Moreland William S. and Mildred A. Vitori Robert F. & Donna Comnale Nicely Catherine E.* & Charles E. Voltz Terry D.* & Carolyn Davey Piper P. Duane & Doris J. Walker John P. Pommersheim Roger L. Williams & Karen Magnuson Reed B. Riker Howard E. & Helen Dickerson Wise Charles W. & Annette Searson Robert L. Wright Rohrbeck Bernard N. & Beatrice Winn Sandson Penn State College of Education Annual Report 2010 13


Honor Roll Annual Gifts Alumni and friends of the College of Education provide vital operating support through annual gifts at every level. The College gratefully acknowledges these generous contributors who gave to the annual fund, made a pledge payment, or made additional contributions to already-established funds between July 1, 2009, and June 30, 2010.

Dean’s Council ($1,000 or more annual gifts to the College of Education) Bennett L. & Carol Perlmann Aaron Douglas A. & Claudia Anderson James H. & Pamela Reese Arbuckle Warren H. & Eunice N. Askov Edward H. & Mary Anne Aurand Grace McCloskey Bardine Cameron F. & Judy Bausch Patricia L. Best & Thomas E. Ray Susan Mann Breedlove & Mark H. Breedlove Mary Brewer James S. & Suzanne Williams Broadhurst Ira W. & Marcy Chotiner Bushman Meyer A. & Janice Charlene Bushman Mary Miles Dupuis Harry L. & Marion Eberly Edgar I. & Barbara W. Farmer Barrett C. & Luanne Breuer Fisher Robert H. & Heather F. Fleck Joseph L. & Margaret G. French Patrick C. & Rebecca L. Gallery Glenn W. & Nancy Saylor Gamble John A. & Christie Young Gartman Elizabeth Breene Gilger Pauline Watchorn Gilleland Nancy J. Hadfield Robert W. & Claudene Hazel Harkins Ralph T. & Marcia J. Heimer Robert M. & Linda J. Hendrickson Edwin L. & Patricia Herr R. Keith & M. Suzanne Hillkirk Wayne K. & Anita Woolfolk Hoy Charles E. Hunnell Brook P. Hunt & Diane Marie Hunt John P. & Gina F. Ikenberry Jacquelyn Wengert Jenkins Abigail Lorant Johnson Claire Ferguson Joseph Donna G. Kahn Joan Mehan Kaplan Lawrence A. Klein Harry B. Kropp & Edward J. Legutko David M. & Barbara Nardi Kucharski D. Jeanne Leonhard George J. & Judith Watson Marshalek Susan Ingham Martin & Charles H. Martin *Sebastian V. & Carrie Martorana Joyce Koch McLean Susan R. Mendelsohn John R. & Elizabeth Skade Middleton David H. & Pamela A. Monk John W. & Nancy Ann Moore C. Oscar & Diedree Bray Morong Robert E. & Virginia L. Mountz Joseph A. & Sandra Zerby Niebel Kevin B. & Susan Opel O’Leary Allan W. & Roberta Hutchison Ostar Ralph N. & Patricia P. Pacinelli Henry W. & Sara C. Parks Lewis E. & Janice L. Patterson Sara J. Peter John P. Pommersheim Steven C. & Pamela Miller Ramsey Charles W. & Annette Searson Rohrbeck Joan K. Ruth Bernard N. & Beatrice Winn Sandson Sandra Snyder Sapa David A. & Louise A. Sauerland

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Ronald H. Scott Carolyn Wetterau Seitz George L. Settlemyer Twyla Shear Dorothy D. Shemick Nancy A. Shemick George J. & Paula Latagliata Silowash Anthony J. & Heand Johns Silvestri Stephen R. & Eileen Baumgarten Smith Jennifer L. Sova William D. & Audrey Gray Sprenger G. Alan & Margaret E. Sternbergh Richard L. & Dorothea G. Stover William E. & Jean B. Toombs Frederick G. & Patricia Lord Welch Eric P. & Louise Grauer Whorral John C. & Cora Williams Ellen B. Winston Howard E. & Helen Dickerson Wise

Education Associates ($500-$999 in annual gifts to the College of Education) Emil & Shirley Feldman Baer Charles E. & Katherine Reid Bailey William S. Carlsen & Cynthia Berger Scott A. & Patricia Burnham Berkey Peggy Crumling Bierach John W. & Priscilla Nichols Bowman Larry R. Brenneman Aida M. Cancel Kenneth F. & Linda J. Chaffee William J. & Kathryn Mitchell Condon Alan D. & Pamela Cressman Wayne L. & Kathryn W. Detwiler James E. & Ann S. Deveney Patricia L. Ficcaglia Betsy Futterman Carla A. Gibson Dr. Gene E. Hall Herbert C. & Carol A. Reese Hardbarger Donald E. Heller & Anne M. Simon Michael R. & Darla Homan James A. & Colleen R. Johnson David M. & Rita Pilacinski Kiser James F. & Loretta G. Koennicke Jason E. Lane Lisa R. Lattuca Marjorie Washington Long Richard E. & Doris L. Lundvall David M. Luterman Karl F. Mauger Joan Hunter Miller Merle E. & Jane L. Mittel Richard E. & Carol Hollinger Moyer Paul B. & Teresa Cullen Nelson James B. & Janice Hewlett O’Connor William V. Phelps Terry D.* & Carolyn Davey Piper Craig S. Pritcher David D. & Therese A. Ream Robert A. & Rosemary W. Reed George Santiago & David K. Dovnarsky Herbert & Darlene M. Schoenly Donald A. & Donna Warfel Schoenly Mark E. Setzer James P. & JoAnne S. Shaughnessy Irwin S. & Lorraine Siegle Spiegel William P. & Holly Stevens James W. & Elaine Benadom Thomas Linda Verba-Hofman Elery H. Walizer Robert F. & Penny Jones Weakley Lawrence J. Wess Gerald L. Zahorchak

Education Partners ($250-$499 in annual gifts to the College of Education) John C. & Susanne Blough Abbott Robert L. Anderson Thomas L. & Jacqueline Ashbaugh

Kyle L. Peck & Catherine Augustine Susan R. Banks James D. & Dorothy H. Bennett David A. & Sandy Wingrod Brenner Janice L. Bratton Dale C. & Denise Barner Brooks Audrey J. Brown Tarek M. & Elizabeth T. Bugaighis Michael S. & Linda Magaro Burg William J. & Karen Brunt Burkhard John H. & Louanne Hopkins Carnwath Eric T. & Beth Reside Christner Ellen M. Clemens John R. & Mary Yeagley Connelly Stephen T. & Kathryn G. Correia John R. Cosgrove John K. & Karen Collins Coyle Barbara Fraser Csavinszky John B. & Dorothy E. Dalbor Richard & Ina Weber Davis James E. & Julie E. Diehl Connie Goodman Dilucchio J. Thomas & Marjorie M. Eakin Jack Earle & Catherine Hodgen Earle Clarence R. and Kathleen Robb Fahnestock Todd K. & Annette M. Fetterolf John E. & Jacqueline D. Fibbi Jonathan D. Fife L. William & Elizabeth Scott Fox Pamela L. Francis Charles E. & Nancy Woernle Galgoci Peter H. Garland Harry D. & Barbara Knight Gerber Richard R. & Rita Zieve Goldberg Victoria G. Guarrieri Richard J. & Patricia A. Hankinson Richard A. & Miriam Kenny Hartman William T. & Peggy L. Hartman Trudi T. Haupt Steven R. & Lynn Ellen Hayden William H. & Mary Merkle Hellen William S. & Nancy Stewart Holbrook Gerry L. Hollinger Rosina E. Holsing Leonard Loren Holt William W. & Audria Capello Jennings James R. & Anne Johnson William E. Johnson Gary A. & Jean C. Kagarise William H. & Patricia Kaufman Denise Labuda King Lawrence E. Koziarz James F. Nolan & Rocky Landers Alice Whittaker Latimer Miriam A. Latshaw Richard A. & Elizabeth Leung Ina Miller Lidsky Pamela S. Macomber Garvin S. & Pamela Smith Maffett Ruth F. Major Frank O. McQuarrie Susan Albert McQuillan Steven J. & Margaret Collins Michaels Leonard M. & Carolyn Stupar Miller Suzanne K. Miller Steven A Mower Ronald R. & Sandra Macandrew Musoleno Larry R. Myers Sandra A. Newman Carolyn Clark Newsom Michele E. Owczarski Charles E. & Constance R. Patterson Joseph D. & Susan Oertel Patton Robert L. & Sandra L. Peace John & Joanne M. Pitman David R. & Christina Nolan Poorbaugh William H. & Ann Bikle Reilly Francis J. & Edith Mohr Robacker Keith R. & Susan M. Rose Louis R. & Kerrie L. Roth John H. Rowland & Virginia Bramble Vincenti Kenneth E. Ruch

Sylvia Ruggeri Michael C. & Wendy Walton Saltzburg David R. & Kathleen Barris Schmidt James C. & Gertrude Hooven Schuhl Anthony J. & Gail W. Sciolla Stephen R. & Jami L. Simon Bradford R. Smith Marcia S. Spiers William O. Strein James A. & Aileen A. Sullivan Eberhard & Audrey Thieme Susan Wexler Tillis J. Leslie & Anne Miller Torda Judith Shadden Terrance Janet L. Duncan William S. & Bunny Vitori William G. & Linda Hammond Wagner Mark A. & Lynn Nissley Waldman Curtis J. Wallace Paul W. & Mary M. Welliver Wilma M. Wells Charles F. & Patricia A. Wild Burton O. & Patricia King Witthuhn Gustave W. Wolf Irvin Wright Peggy A. Yeager Thomas E. & Jacqueline Staley Zemaitis John M. & Karel A. Zubris

Century Club ($100-$249 in annual gifts to the College of Education) Anonymous John H. & Marie Winrick Abbott Ralph L. Abbott Hugh M. & Kathryn Katz Aberman Ronald E. & Ardeelou A. Adams Don C. & Brenda Adams James D. Adams John Victor Linetty & Jill D. Adams Thomas F. & Ruthanne Brubaker Alberts Timothy E. Aley & Cynthia L. Couchman Robert H. & Barbara Ent Allison J. Nathan & Sasha L. Althouse Jason & Erinn M. Altman Ellen Matunis Alvey Joseph H. Anthony Brian W. & Joan McCarthy Armet Gary Neil & Barbara Shleifer Asteak Susan McNeely Austin Jack S. & Jean Detweiler Badger Donald & Doris Brenner Bany Kerry J. & Rose E. Barefoot Richard W. & Vera Cannarsa Barefoot Judith L. Murley Thomas L. Barnes & Bernadette M. Black William M. & Barbara A. Barnhart Scott W. & Diane Rhoads Barrows Kenneth E. & Kathleen Fowler Barto Wayne A. & Jacquelyn Lawton Barton Robert J. Baskwill Harry & Sherry Waryanka Baxter Mark R. Bell Christopher L. & Jennifer L. Bennear Richard L. & Judith Scheid Berglund Elmer J. & Alice D. Berkebile Rodney L. Berkey Ralph T. & Paulette Berner William F. Bertrand Carol A. Berzowski Frederick L. & Marilyn Sweeney Bierly Pennie Messarosh Bigelow Edmond S. & Linda Kalinger Billingsley George J. Bimler Gerald J. Birkelbach Clarence A. & Joan M. Bixler John D. Blackwell Jean Bachman Blakesley Irene C. Blatt Mark A. & Hedy J. Blinderman Gytelle Faber Bloom


Honor Roll Barbara Carter Blossom Terry W. Blue Kay A. Boerrigter Ruth E. Yanowitz Bohrer Judith A. Bollinger George & Jo-Anne Mastandrea Boone James A. & Penelope C. Botti James V. & Nancy Bove Charles R. & Judith Dengler Bowers David J. & Susan Newcomb Boyer John Rowland Dudley & Judith A. Boyer Eileen A. Braungard Joseph A. & Lois Hilsher Brechbill Amy Brennan Daniel L. & Charlene M. Brennan Orr N. & Linda B. Brenneman C. Madison Brewer Kenneth P. Bricker Richard E. & Catherine M. Brokaw James K. & Barbara Broomall Robert F. & Hazel J. Brown Kenneth W. & Eileen A. Brown Mary Hunsecker Brown Dennis D. Bryon Barbara J. Burchill Thomas C. Burnheimer & Suzanne M. Manning Heather L. Spyker John C. & Karen Lyle Burns Gregory J. & Mary Quinn Buza Patrick F. & Vicki L. Callahan Shari L. Capriola John J. & Roberta C. Carey G. Phillip & Carol Cartwright Jack E. & Rose M. Cartwright Julie Casale Patricia A. Casasanta Gilbert & Patricia Vaughan Casterlow Samuel S. Castiglione George L. & Carolyn Cates Luz Helena Gomez Chandeck Shan-Nan Chang & Mei-Ize Huang Robert J. & Adeline A. Charlton Michael A. & Maureen McGinn Chemsak Jade Cheng Richard A. Chiocchi Gary R. & Nancy Beecher Christy Mary Cianni Michael A. & Linda L. Ciavarella Ann Franckle Clark Richard C. Clarke & Kathy E. Charvat Edward W. Claudius Carolyn R. Clavelli J. Verlyn & Lynn Karaffa Claxton Charlotte Claypool Linda Huston Clement James P. & Anne Walton Coffman H. Todd & Gail Schwenk Colfelt John R. & Mary Ann Gbur Collett John F. Collins Robert W. & Donna Weaver Comfort Joseph J. Conway Nelson J. & Lorraine J. Cordova Francis J. Cornelius Jonathan R. & Judith A. Cottrell Robert W. Cover & Bonnie Lepoff Elmer D. Coy & Karen Paulson Frances N. Crawford Max E. & Nancy Hess Creager Gary E. Creighton Clarence E. & Lois Crider Patricia E. Cummerick Rebecca L. Cunnius Zelda Curtiss Joyce A. Dailey Suzanne W. Dalesandro Frances M. D’Angelo Rocco E. De Piro Joseph L. & Judith A. Deblase Scott A. & N. Katherine Bard Deisley Carole E. Pearce & Susan D. Del Ponte Arthur L. Delpaz George N. Demshock

Joseph M. & Viola Denham Dileep G. & Jeanne Martin Dhavale Chris & Ellen M. Dietrich Randa C. Dietterich Albert J. & Marjorie M. DiGilarmo James T. & Carol Morgan Dildine Lawrence A. DiMichele Franklin R. & Sandra L. Dippery Robert W. & Kathleen Fagley Dollar Thomas J. & Marilyn Aberbach Doluisio Thomas A. & Cary Turner Dougher Judith E. Dougherty Kirk Michael Ziegler & Donna L. Dougherty-Ziegler Thomas C. & Jean M. Dow Ellen K. Downes Howard R. & Sandra Drake Alex J. & Judith L. Dubil Robert & Karen E. Duckett Joe Bob & Lanna Tweedy Duncan Terry W. & Marcia L. Dunlap Ronald B. & Anita S. Dutton Violet C. Eash Paul J. Edwards Terry L. & Joyce Eidell James H. & Susan Eyster Ellison Hazel Brown Emerick Joseph & Linda Emrick John G. & Mary-Katherin Estock Daniel S. & Ruth Porreca Eubanks Ann B. Evans Curt R. & Cynthia A. Evans Geoffrey F. Evans Warren D. & Faynelle Evans E. Stephen & Marcia Everett Thomas A. Evitts Elias & Joanna Ruhe Exacoustos Charles E. & Patricia Bomberger Eyler John J. & Georgiana Fabian Margaret Beling Fackenthal Charles H. & Vickie Wible Falkler Robert E. & Nancy Simpson Fallgren Howard L. & June Fargo Mary A. Fedrick Jason D. & Susan M. Fehr Tony Feliciano Phillip M. & Leslie Sandra Fenster Larry T. Ferguson Diana E. Ferry Daniel R. & Mary J. Ferrari Carl C. & Barbara Ferrier Dompa Anne Nitrauer Fetherman Curtis R. & Karen Spicer Finch D. Rodney & Anne Findlay Chamberlain Gorman N. & Carol S. Findley Robert D. & Nora Bauer Fitzgerald Daniel H. & Colleen Ford Fledderman William M. & Eleanor A. Fleming Michael I. Flickinger & Patricia A. Phillips Martin J. & Ellen Sharon Fliegelman Natalie Forbes Charles W. & Barbara Marie Ford Valeria A. Ford Mary E. Fordham Jon A. Forman John C. & Pamela McNew Foster Daniel G. & Linda Sharer Foust Dennis H. & Debbe Kay Foust Margaret A. Thompson Fowler Robert K. & Elizabeth J. France John T. & Connie Slippey Frazier Daniel M. & Sharon L. Freeman John A. & Wendy Brown Freyer Jeremiah Friday *Daniel M. & Maria Chutko Friday Jere W. & Myrna Paynter Fridy Warren W. & Lynne W. Friedel Barry J. Fry Henry & Connie Fleisher Fulmer Brian R. & Sherry G. Galway Alan D. Gamble Leslie Schwartz George Edwin R. Gerler

Thomas E. & Ruth Hamilton Gibson John G. & Anita Schneider Gierlach Daniel A. & Joyce Farrow Gifford Jack E. & Beverly Gill Wilson Gerald E. & Virginia Gipp Scott W. Given E. Ann Gladden John W. Glenn Charles B. Brill & Lynn Godmilow David H. & Bonnie Novack Gold Robert M. & Peggy Mazal Goldman David J. & Nancy Boyer Gondak James W. & Pearl N. Gould Richard S. & Rose M. Graffius David G. & Marianne Brown Grantz Dolores Pombo Grapsas Gary J. Gray & Kathleen M. O’Toole Scott W. Gray & Ellen R. Levy-Gray Richard M. & Linda A. Graziani Joseph S. & Melody L. Greenberg Jon & Ruth Ann Thomson Gribbin Frederick G. & Jane Detwiler Griech Andrew J. & Jodi K. Griffin Warren H. & Mary Houser Groff James R. & Grace Schilder Gunn Joseph E. & Juanita L. Gurubatham Wade S. & LeeAnn L. Gurysh Harold D. Guthrie James & Leanne Godlesky Guy Kenneth R. & Marilyn Minor Haas James C. & Patricia Rife Hagan Thomas J. & Patricia D. Hajzus Robert M. & Jean W. Hale Thomas W. & Cynthia Bierly Hall James A. & Mary Beth Rice Hallahan Eddy & Kathleen Steward Hallmark Robert J. & Anna Hamera Robert D. & Barbara Hirleman Hann Richard C. & Elise Frey Hann Eric L. & Terri S. Hannold Carole Crust Harmon David Skrincosky & Judith A. Harnadek James P. & Jeanne Stricklin Hartman John J. & Margaret Frazier Hartnett John E. & Katherine Hartshorn John E. Smith & Tammie J. Hart-Smith Donald E. & Mary W. Hartzell Paul G. & Ann Harvey Noela A. Haughton Mary M. Havican Robert B. & Eleanor A. Hayes Richard R. & Helen M. Heckman Anne L. Heffron Louis E. & Sherry Serfass Heinbockel Rodney E. & Pauline Heininger Lynne Betelle Heins Warren E. & Ann Stone Heiss Jean T. Heller Eric S. & Carrie Lidwell Hendrixson Mary Beth Henning William S. & Elizabeth Evans Hennings Richard M. Herbert Scott E. & Molly L. Herman J. Benjamin & Nancy Quatrini Herrera C. Jay & Pamela A. Hertzog Dean A. Hess Karl M. Ocepek & Marcy J. Hessinger Judith Z. Heydt William F. Hibschman Mark M. & B. Ann Schnappauf Higgins Charles D. & Jane W. Hiller Aaron & Lora Novatkoski Hobart Hugh A. Hodge Lisa J. Holczman Steven J. & Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger Webb J. & Janell Westrick Holtz Stephen Hopkins David L. & Sharon L. Howell Richard A. & Barbara F. Howett Ronald J. & Grace K. Hrinda Kenneth P. & Marjorie Ludwig Hubert Brandon B. Hunt Stephen & Barbara Beck Israel Michael W. & Kerri A. Jack

Jan V. & Jennifer Rowles Jedrych David D. & Carole Jochen Robert R. & Gail Olitzky Johnson Martin & Susan Wacker Johnson John R. & Janice Baronner Johnston Bobby L. & Leslye K. Jones Paul L. & Lynne Wilhelm Jones William C. & Mary Kerns Jones Louis M. & Nancy Blank Kardonsky Edward J. & Barbara J. Karlovich Robert J. & Ann Raynock Karotko Kenneth D. & Merilyn S. Kastle Adam J. Katz & Alyssa T. Katz Kathleen Burke Kazimi John C. & Mary Hrapchak Keenan Tom & Christine L. Kehan Janet Kehrli Kevin R. & Maryann Cameli Keith John S. Keller Robert S. & Susan Bissey Keller Louis A. & Suzanne Grubb Keller Gregory P. & Susan Moyer Kelley Denise E. Keltz Mary Ellen Kennedy Paul & Elizabeth C. King Regeania Davis Kinzle Charles W. & Diane Eltonhead Kipp Donald N. & Barbara Kirby Joshua E. K. & Jodi Yanosik Kirby William M. & Margaret Bush Kirkey Andrea Kitch Kevin T. & Jean Lawrence Kleckner John R. & Maria Dibartolomeo Knall Bruce D. & Darlene Knapp Frank L. & Jane Williams Knarr David & Veronica M. Kneal Kurt E. & Judith A. Kneidel Lawrence & Cheryl D. Kneiss Charles E. & Paula Saporito Knight Charles W. Knox Mark E. & Pamela Kohan Celeste E. Kolanko Robert J. & Marianne Hustosky Konior Gregory J. & Janet Gesregan Krall Jane A. Krepp Stuart S. Krissinger & Melissa A. Melhorn James A. & Judith Kuhagen Robert C. & Barbara Labar Robert A. & Judith Brown Laedlein Robert F. & Susan Huston Lakin David A. & Janice Lamm Edward M. & Sheri Belaga Land Charles A. & Joan L. Landis William D. Lang & Joann Sottile Lang Jeffrey A. & Deborah Lasala Carolyn J. Layzer Roland & Anne Franklin Ledyard Albert S. & MaryGrace Lee Patricia E. Lee Soong-Hak & Betty Nixon Lee Ronald & Sandra Shogren Lenthall David W. & Jan B. Leslie Judith L. Leslie Morgan V. & Maureen P. Lewis Thomas R. & Linda Stehman Lewis Richard H. & Karen R. Light Stanley B. & Anita Page Lindner George J. Lindt P. David Pangburn & M. Jane LinkPangburn Jeffrey D. & Marjorie McGarey Lohr Lona Loman Frank A. & Patricia L. Lombardo Michael C. & Ellen M. Long Robert M. & Hope Longwell-Grice John W. & Ann Losak Gerald R. & Susan Simon Lotierzo James L. & Elizabeth Stoner Lovejoy Douglas E. & Mary A. Lowenhaupt Douglas R. & Gail A. Ludin Heinz H. & Celia Luebkemann Matthew T. Lyons Peter R. MacDougall & Leslie OlivaMacDougall

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Honor Roll Joshua & Rachel Dillon Machen Karen Mack Roger G. Maclean Michael D. & Elaine Bradley MacMahon Kenneth C. & Mabel F. Madden Pedro & Jodie Madeuno John F. Magill Daniel P. & Isabelle J. Mahoney Gary & Kathleen Carson Makuch David J. & Denise L. Mancuso David A. & Patricia D. Manzo Stephen E. & Susan Hendee Markwood Lewis A. Marrara & Nancy Mishtal Robert B. & Enid Marshall Keith E. & Deborah M. Marston Joseph F. & Sandra E. Martignetti James O. & Sharon Sleek Martin Susan M. Martin James S. & Jennifer W. Martineau Elisamuel Martinez Antone & Julia Martinez Antonetty Ira G. & Gillian Mary Masemore Carol A. Mastroianni Joseph B. & Norma Mateer David Andrew & Cheryl E. Maurer Daniel & Beverly Clancy McDonell William & Janet Hurlbert McKay Thomas J. & Lynn Macaulay McMurry Daniel L. & Judith Heisler McNabb Gregory J. & Denise Scovel McCarthy James L. McCarthy John D. & Marjorie F. McConnell Joseph P. & Carolyn M. McCullough William G. & Louise C. McDaniel-Hine Stephen T. McGarvey & Marjorie E. Weishaar Edward D. & Laura Spielvogel McKirdy Lucia M. McLaughlin Patrick J. McMarr Dennis R. & Rita S. McMullin Diana Dobson Mebane L. James & Ann E. Merrick Carol R. Merrill John F. & Susan Barnes Merriman David E. & Barbara J. Michael Gregory A. & Hunter Foreman Michael Glen C. & Delores J. Michaels Virginia Kennedy Migrala Candace D. Miller Edmund M. & Esther J. Miller Robert M. & Gail Rolle Miller Percy F. & Joan S. Miller Laurance W. & Roberta Frost Miller Lauren E. Miller Peter S. & Bonnie Benner Miller Nathan P. Mills Scott E. Mitchell Larry & Carole Pantone Mitchener Laura J. Molettiere Jose A. & Esther Molina Robert A. & Catherine Montgomery Jennifer B. Moore John A. & Sue Morrissey Moore Julia Morgan Renetta D. Morelli Richard L. & Penelope Uplinger Morrow James C. & Nancy Mote Michael Mullaugh & Donna B. Mullaugh Gary S. & Patrice Mulrine Hazelle Rahn Mummey John P. & Corinne Marko Murawski Gary R. & Susan Murphy Julianne Horton Murray Henry C. & Patricia Finley Musser Jeffrey A. & Linda Kemmerer Muthler Albert T. Nagata Joseph E. & Patricia Kondrak Namath Kathleen M. Nardone Anna L. Neal Keith E. & Joyce Schaeffer Neal William K. Neier Jeffrey S. Nesbitt Kathleen Bradley Newell

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Robert L. & Nancy Heyl Nielsen Barry M. & Ronna Bergstein Nudelman Richard J. & Carol A. Obrecht Lynn Kinnier O’Connor Kelley A. Mallon O’Leary Stephen A. & Gretchen Vanmeter Oley Linda K. Olivero Miriam V. Olson Gerard F. & Catherine A. O’Malley Jack Ondelacy Vincent P. Orlando Angelo & Kathleen Stewart Ortenzi John H. & Carol A. Osman George E. Ott Kristine K. Otto Suzanne C. Pallman Harry J. & Jean Kissick Pappas Gary P. Pard Carolyn Detz Parsons Theodore T. Peshkopia Janet Riffle Petlevich Duane I. & Shirley Phillips Gregory J. Pilarski Nicholas V. Pinto & Eileen P. Beale Mark S. Piven & Alison Altman Thomas E. Platt Joseph W. & Luana Krull Pleszkoch William H. & Nancy K. Pope Robert L. Potter Joseph F. & Denise M. Potts Charles L. & Joan Williams Powell Sharon A. Power Leighton A. & Dorothy B. Price James P. Pries & Lilia R. Kerman Dwight F. & Ann Cunningham Putman Harold & Susan Thomas Quinque Margaret Pipas Quirk Robert G. & Anne McGarvey Quivey Thomas Rachford Bruce A. Ramirez Edward & Tina Cooper Rantanen Karen M. Raudenbush Barbara K. Rea Robert & Audra Reason Christopher E. & Jo Ann Elwell Rebbin Michael H. & Sherron E. Regauld Bernard L. Reider John V. & Elizabeth Reilly Gene E. & Priscilla A. Rexford Joseph A. Reznick Noel D. & Virginia L. Rich Martha Kline Richardson Charles O. & Nancy Greninger Richardson Richard A. Riddle Leroy E. & Joan E. Rieck Albert J. & Nancy Kennedy Rieger Rose Benner Ripka Clement W. & Catherine L. Rittenhouse David R. Ritter Myron W. & Alice M. Ritter Priscilla D. Roehm John K. & Fern Kaufman Rosenberg Robert J. & Joanne Ross Jay P. & Cheryl Rowe Frank E. & Lugenia Putt Rozman Peter A. & Susan J. Rubba Janis Rush David J. & Maureen Murray Ryan Bonny S. Sadler Frederick P. & Mary Jane Drager Sample William M. & Patti Sands Ronald P. & Barbara F. Saricks Kevin W. & Cynthia Sayers Daniel H. Schaeffer Geri Schlegel Maria J. Schmidt Jason A. Schoenfelder Stephen W. & Jennifer Schoonover Barbara Davis Schultes Harvey William Wall & Chriss A. Schultz Larry G. & June McCullough Schultz Richard A. & Donna Grossbart Schutz

Patricia A. Seibel Timothy W. Seiber Suzan Seitz J. Mitchell & Lesly Mairs Senker Linda V. Shaffer Martin W. & Carol Sharp Virginia Howard Shenk Rick S. & Carole Kersh Sheviakov William K. & Paula Demchak Shoemaker Denise Marcon Shrock Sherwood E. & Anne E. Shughart Terry V. Shultz Michael J. & Bonnie Bhagwat Sickinger Irwin H. Siegel Judith Moskol Siegfried Irene Drury Simon Larry M. & Connie Whiteleather Skvir Edward P. Slavinskas Louis & Susanne Tracy Slawe Richard C. & Corene Slocum Marion Berman Slone Charles A. & Frances Lefever Sloughfy Gregory A. & Pamela Lesh Slusher R. Bruce & Jeane Smay I. Howard & Elaine Ginsburg Smith Michele A. Smulley Daniel R. Smyser Jan G. & Cathe Czeck Snedeker Richard Q. & Linda B. Snurr Robert J. & Diane H. Snyder Michael J. & Marilyn Krull Sophy John F. & Lillian Melko Spangler Cheryal S. Spann John J. Spanos Harold D. & Mary W. Spaulding John G. & Mary Sockman Spence Mary A. Spencer David & Virginia Horner Spencer James & Jeanette E. Spires Karl R. & Rhonda Sprenger D. Christopher & Debra A. Springer Wendy M. Marsh David W. & Beverly Foust Staman Robert E. Staresinic Joseph Paul & Kelly L. Stasik Barry C. & Margaret Hillis Stauffer Peter & Judith Holland Steinhart Rita Beerman Stern Kathleen Burkhart Stevens P. Jane Russo Huestis Thomas F. & Patricia L. Stich Mark R. & Daria Rosso Stoner Ronald & Beverly L. Stott Leon J. & Dolores Altmyer Stout Carla E. Strawser Carleton O. & Jill Malinowski Strouss David J. & Ruth Shuman Strunk Thomas A. Stuart Alan J. Sturtz Bruce & Beth Sugarman Donato J. & Elizabeth Semenza Summa Robert N. & JeAnn Soren Summers Joseph A. & Kathryn Kersh Sutka Marilyn N. Suydam Frank D. & Ellen Clair Svitek Ronald A. & Mary J. Swanson T. Christopher & Carol Rudy Sweeney Christopher E. & Laurel A. Sweet Edward D. & Karen L. Graham Szyszko Andrew & Alice Horinouchi Takata Daniel G. & Mary Ann B. Tempestini Patrick T. & Caroline Terenzini Donna Johnson Terribile Thomas R. & Linda Lukens Terry Kenneth R. & Cynthia Middleburg Thomas Barbara Bean Thornton Susan Dolge Thorpe Paul J. & Julie Ann Tikalsky Laurence C. Tomak John Tomko Jennifer L. Tondera Susan S. Tong

Jared T. & Nikki L. Torgan William A. & Judith Getchell Trach James F. & Mary Ellen Trainer Hayes E. Treasure Deborah M. Treese A. Lorraine Troutman James A. & Denise L. Turso Victor H. & Judith Miller Tynes William R. & Barbara Ann Braymer Unger William J. & Sally Henry Van Pelt Chalmer C. & Ruth A. VanHorn Mary Anne Varga Joseph M. & Margaret Terry Vavra Leonard J. & Beverly A. Vender G. Patrick Vennebush & Nadine Block Deborah S. Vertovez Frederick D. & Susan Jensen Volp Gregory J. & Rosanne Volpe John A. & Mary C. Volpe Victor Volpe Jeffrey M. Wagner Samuel B. & Sylvia Grube Wagner Donald & Mary Coleman Wain Brian H. & Sue Cramer Wakeman Robert H. & Ellen Barber Waldeck Robin Paffenroth Walker Susan V. Walton Edwin J. & Heather C. Wargo Eric G. & Kelley-Ann Warner James D. Warner Alice E. Washington Karen L. Wassinger Kevin L. & Margaret Wassner Stanley W. & Anne R. Way Frederick J. Weaver Kipp R. & Roseanne Pupo Weaver Robert W. & Nancy W. Weikert Joel Wagoner & Jennifer B. Weinstein Harvey J. & Juliet Cromitie Welker Lynn A. & Nellie L. Weller Elizabeth B. Wells Mark K. & Kathleen Williams Wennell Allen A. & Kathleen Briar Wenturine Richard C. & Bonelyn Wenzel Andrew R. & Kara Sandusky Werner Daniel J. & Linda J. West Sherry Book Wester Rodney W. & Barbara J. Whitaker John R. & Ruth Lehman Whitaker Timothy P. & Susan G. White Deborah E. Whiteley Raymond E. & Marilyn Duncan Whitmer Margaret E. Wiggins Roger O. & Linda Kline Williams J. Richard & Lois M. Williams Megan Morrow Williams Amy N. Wineland H. Dale Winger Martha A. Winn Richard E. & Kathrine Keller Wise David W. & Leslie Wishard Warren G. Witmer Lisa Witzig Donna M. Wolfinger Gary L. & Brenda J. Woods Dennis M. & Donna Krukar Woody Scott A. & Amy J. Woomer David M. Worden William R. & Diane P. Worley William L. & Kathy Myers Wunder Roger P. & Betty Jean Wurst Kelly Ann C. Yamashiro Robert A. & Susan M. Yanckello Charles A. & Deborah Wilson Yartz Vivian S. Yenika-Agbaw John E. Yorina William H. & Brenda G. Young John S. & Henrietta P. Zabrenski Deborah Stanko Zacherl Anton & Alice B. Zaspel John R. & Betty N. Zerby Edward F. Zilcoski C. William & Joan Kimmel Zimmer


College of Education At a Glance Undergraduate Degrees and Programs

Academic Departments

Education and Public Policy - B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education - B.S. Rehabilitation and Human Services - B.S. Secondary Education - B.S. Special Education - B.S. Workforce Education and Development - B.S. World Languages Education - B.S.

Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, and Rehabilitation Services Curriculum and Instruction Education Policy Studies Educational and School Psychology and Special Education Learning and Performance Systems

Graduate Degrees and Programs Adult Education - M.Ed., D.Ed., Ph.D. College Student Affairs - M.Ed. Comparative and International Education - M.A., M.Ed., M.S., D.Ed., Ph.D. Counseling Psychology - Ph.D. Counselor Education - M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction - M.Ed., M.S., D.Ed., Ph.D. Educational Leadership - M.Ed., M.S., D.Ed., Ph.D. Educational Psychology - M.S., Ph.D. Educational Theory and Policy - M.A., Ph.D. English as a Second Language - Certificate Program Higher Education - M.Ed., D.Ed., Ph.D. Instructional Systems - M.Ed., M.S., D.Ed., Ph.D. School Psychology - M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. Special Education - M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. Workforce Education and Development - M.Ed., M.S.,D.Ed., Ph.D. Editor: Suzanne Wayne Writers: David Price, Joseph Savrock Photography: Paul Hazi, Mark Houser, Cathy Lillian, Rusty Myers, Randy Persing, Nick Sloff, Steve Tressler Design: Leah Donell

Selected Centers, Institutes, and Clinics American Indian Leadership Program CEDAR School Psychology Clinic Center for Science and the Schools Center for the Applied Educational and Developmental Sciences Center for the Study of Higher Education Center for the Study of Leadership and Ethics Center for the Study of Leadership in American Indian Education Center on Rural Education and Communities Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy Institute for Research in Training and Development Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy Mid-Atlantic Center for Mathematics Teaching and Learning (NSF) Regional Education Laboratory—Mid-Atlantic Vocational Education Professional Personnel Development Center

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Penn State College of Education 2010 Annual Report  

2010 Annual Report of the Penn State College of Education contains features on major gifts, research dollars stats, information on new stude...

Penn State College of Education 2010 Annual Report  

2010 Annual Report of the Penn State College of Education contains features on major gifts, research dollars stats, information on new stude...