2009 Annual Report
Penn State College of Education Annual Report 2009
Table of Contents Deanâ€™s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Measuring Impact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Faculty Endowments Benefit Everyone . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Advancement Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Supporting Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 College Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 University Alumni Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 College Alumni Society Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 College of Education at a Glance . . . . Inside Back Cover
U.S. News & World Report Rankings: Higher Education Administration . . #1 Rehabilitation Counseling . . . . . . . #3 Technical Teacher Education (Workforce Education) . . . . . . . . . #3 Administration/Supervision (Ed Leadership) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #5 Secondary Education . . . . . . . . . . . #8 Education Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . #10 Student Counseling/Personnel Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #10 Educational Psychology . . . . . . . . #13 Special Education . . . . . . . . . . . . #13 Curriculum & Instruction . . . . . . #14 Elementary Education . . . . . . . . . #18
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Dean’s Message After the stock market plunge and bank closures at the end of 2008, we all started 2009 with some trepidation as to what the new year would bring. The year certainly brought its challenges, but the College has seen some great successes in spite of those challenges. We are particularly pleased to announce that we will be able to provide increased levels of support for graduate students. We have worked with the Penn State Graduate School to create the Dean’s Graduate Assistantships for Engaged Scholarship and Research in Education, which will support highly qualified doctoral students in any of the College’s graduate programs. These awards will be available for students beginning in fall of 2010 and will significantly enhance our ability to attract and retain the top graduate student talent in the nation and beyond. We have also announced a new opportunity for our teacher preparation students to spend a portion of their student teaching experience in an international setting. In this new program, our students will spend roughly two-thirds of the semester in one of our cooperating school districts and then complete their student teaching experience in a foreign classroom. The program gives students a unique opportunity to develop their pedagogical skills under close supervision and at the same time have first-hand experiences with different cultures, educational philosophies, and teaching styles. The College also welcomed a new cohort of excellent faculty and staff to our community in 2009. Each of these individuals will enhance the already recognized quality of the programs they join. One of the byproducts of the financial turmoil in higher education is the opportunity to make outstanding hires, and we have risen to the challenge. The College has also responded to fiscal challenges by taking a long, hard look at our organizational
structure to determine if there are ways to economize by combining positions or through other organizational changes. We were able to restructure the Dean’s Office in the College to eliminate an associate dean position. The resulting savings are being directed to the enhancement of our academic programs. We have also trimmed back some staff positions, and I am proud to say that we have realized these savings without having to resort to layoffs. We are blessed with highly skilled and very dedicated staff members, and we know from long experience that everything works better when we pull together as members of a team. While the market value of our endowment has declined as a consequence of the economic turmoil, we continue to have a strong financial base, and I am grateful for the careful way in which the University invests these funds. The decline in the market underscores the importance of doing everything we can to provide scholarship support for our students, and I am proud of the progress we are making with our fundraising campaign, “For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students.” We are more than halfway toward our goal with less than half of the campaign complete, and the University recently asked us to consider raising our goal. We will set an ambitious but realistic goal knowing that we can count on our many alumni and friends to make a special effort to support the College in all that we do. Please accept my thanks for your interest, and I hope you will consider increasing your commitment. There has never been a more important time to strengthen education in America, and you can take pride in what the College is accomplishing. Please enjoy this report on the impact we are having throughout Pennsylvania and beyond, and let me hear from you if you have any questions or comments.
Penn State College of Education Annual Report 2009
Measuring Impact The College of Education The Penn State College of Education serves approximately 2,800 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate students each year. The College prepares administrators, counselors, psychologists, and researchers, as well as K-12 teachers in 21 different specialty areas. All of the College of Education graduate programs that are ranked by U.S. News & World Report appear at least in the top 20, with seven programs in the top 10. The College is known nationally for its education research and outreach, housing such centers as the Center for the Study of Higher Education, the Center for Science and the Schools, the Mid-Atlantic Center for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, and the Regional Education Laboratory Mid-Atlantic. Because of our size, we are able to impact education and human services fields in a number of ways. There are many successes to report. Some are impressive because of the number of individuals reached. Others are just as important because they have made improvement in the life of a single individual.
New Teachers In the 2008â€“09 academic year, the Penn State College of EducationÂ issued 658 Pennsylvania teaching certificates.
Teaching Pennsylvania Over the course of an academic year, the College places approximately 540 student teachers in classrooms throughout Pennsylvania. These student teachers have an average of 23 students in their classrooms, meaning that an estimated 12,420 students in Pennsylvania are taught each year by a College of Education teacher education student.
School Leadership In the last 10 years, the College of Education has endorsed 953 Pennsylvania Administrative I certificates (principals and superintendents).
Mentoring K-12 Students The Penn State Educational Partnership Program (PEPP) operates in partnership with schools in McKeesport, Reading, and Philadelphia. Through PEPP, Penn State students work in after-school tutoring and mentoring programs with K-12 students. Since its implementation in 1989–90, PEPP has served over 2,450 student participants statewide. Of the 81.3 percent of PEPP participants who have successfully graduated from high school, 85.7 percent have gone on to attend an institution of higher education.
Career and Technical Education The College is home to the Professional Personnel Development Center for Career and Technical Education, which develops that segment of Pennsylvania’s workforce who will prepare the rest of the Commonwealth’s workforce with the skills needed by business. Through the Center’s programs, participants may earn state teacher certification and become eligible to teach technical career programs in career and technical schools in Pennsylvania. In 2008, the Center was recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for “30 years of service to the field of career and technical education.”
Preparing Students for Higher Education The Summer College Opportunity Program in Education (SCOPE) is a rigorous four-week summer residential program providing academic enrichment and college preparation opportunities to underrepresented and first-generation students. The program is organized to address areas including academic and study skills, financial aid, leadership, community service, cultural affirmation, and career and personal development. Of the students who participated in the SCOPE program from 2002 to 2007, 82 percent enrolled in or graduated from baccalaureate degree programs; 26 percent enrolled in or graduated from education/human services baccalaureate programs; 27 percent enrolled in or graduated from Penn State; and 13 percent enrolled in or graduated from Penn State’s College of Education.
New Student Employment A poll of undergraduate students who graduated between December 2006 and August 2007 showed that 88 percent of those seeking employment were employed within three months of graduation.
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Faculty Endowments Benefit Everyone Tippeconnic Named Batschelet Chaired Professor John W. Tippeconnic, professor of educational leadership, has been appointed the Batschelet Chaired Professor of Educational Administration in Penn State’s College of Education. His five-year term began Dec. 1, 2009. A member of the Comanche Tribe, Tippeconnic is director of the American Indian Leadership Program (AILP) and co-director of the Center for the Study of Leadership in American Indian Education (CSLAIE), both housed in the College. The AILP is the nation’s longest continuously operating educational leadership program for American Indians and Alaska Natives (see sidebar). CSLAIE conducts research and outreach that helps inform the public and improve the education of American Indians and Alaska Natives at the local, state, tribal, national, and international levels. “It is an honor to serve the Educational Leadership Program and the College of Education as Batschelet Chair,” says Tippeconnic. “I look forward to working with my colleagues to promote scholarly research, teaching, and service during these times of opportunities and challenges facing our schools and communities. Effective educational leadership is essential to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse society.” “The Eberly Faculty Fellowship has been invaluable to my scholarly efforts at Penn State. The fellowship has enabled me to not only extend my own research in new and exciting directions but also significantly enhance the training of several exceptional doctoral candidates in the School Psychology program. Both my students and I are grateful to the Eberlys for their generous support.” — James DiPerna, holder of the Harry and Marion Eberly Faculty Fellowship in Education
Tippeconnic holds a doctorate in educational administration. He has served at the Bureau of Indian Affairs as director of the Office of Indian Educations Programs and also as director of the Office of Indian Education with the U.S. Department of Education. He serves on various boards, including the Gates Millennium Scholars Research Advisory Committee, Comanche Nation College, and until recently the American Association of Higher Education. In 1997, he was honored as the Indian Educator of the Year by the National Indian Education Association. “Preparing high-quality teachers requires a strong partnership between public schools and higher education in order to create and sustain a program that truly blends theory and practice. The Hermanowicz Professorship allows me to support this synthesis of theory and practice in multiple ways. For example, it provides an opportunity for veteran K–12 teachers who take on the role of teacher educators to attend national conferences and disseminate their work, helping them to recognize that they’re part of the national conversation and not just serving a local interest.” — James Nolan, Henry J. Hermanowicz Professor of Teacher Education
“John Tippeconnic is a distinguished leader in the field of educational leadership, and we are delighted to recognize his accomplishments by appointing him to this chair,” says David H. Monk, dean of the College of Education. “He is deeply committed to strengthening the scholarly base of educational leadership and will devote his energies toward realizing the high ideals associated with the Batschelet Chair.” The Harry Lawrence Batschelet II Chair of Educational Administration was established in 2001 as the result of a gift from Batschelet ’53 EDU, former vice president for financial development at the American National Red Cross. The endowment is intended to continue and further scholarly
“The Kahn Professorship has provided the resources necessary to support novel approaches aimed at developing the next generation of knowledgeable, tech savvy elementary teachers who are well equipped to engage young children in meaningful science learning and scientific inquiry. The work supported through the professorship also intentionally combines innovation in teacher education with advances in research methods in ways that make Penn State a national leader in elementary science education.” — Carla Zembal-Saul, holder of the Kahn Professorship in STEM Education
excellence through contributions to instruction, research, and public service to support the field of educational administration. The Batschelet Chair is one of five faculty endowments in the College of Education. The others are the Kenneth B. Waterbury Chair in Secondary Education, held by Richard A. Duschl; the Henry J. Hermanowicz Professorship in Education, held by James F. Nolan; the Gilbert and Donna Kahn Professorship in Education in Recognition of David H. Monk and Graham B. Spanier, held by Carla M. Zembal-Saul; and the Harry and Marion Royer Eberly Faculty Fellowship in Education, held by James C. DiPerna. “Science studies and science education have an interfacing connection, and my vision as Waterbury Chair is to build a research focus strengthening that connection. Science studies draw from the philosophy, history, sociology, and scholarship of science as a way to improve science education and the public’s understandings of science communications. Science education and communication can be viewed as a set of cognitive and social activities to improve science literacy. My long-term goal is to make Penn State a destination for learning sciences and science studies applications to education.” — Richard Duschl , Waterbury Chaired Professor in Secondary Education
American Indian Leadership Program Celebrates 40 Years The American Indian Leadership Program (AILP) in the Penn State College of Education is celebrating its 40th anniversary during the 2009–10 academic year. AILP is the nation’s oldest continuously operating educational leadership program for American Indians and Alaska Natives. Since the program was founded in 1970, more than 220 American Indian and Alaska Native students have earned master’s and doctoral degrees from the program and have gone on to pursue leadership positions at the local, tribal, state, and national levels. Under the leadership of John Tippeconnic, professor of educational leadership, and Susan Faircloth, associate professor of educational leadership, the AILP is continuing this tradition of excellence. With the start of this academic year, the AILP has welcomed ten American Indian/ Alaska Native graduate Fellows who are pursuing master’s degrees in educational leadership while earning their principal certification. The fellowships to support these new graduate students are part of a $960,000 grant from the Office of Indian Education, an office of the U.S. Department of Education. To commemorate this important anniversary, the program has planned a variety of events in collaboration with a number of offices in the College and across the University. Past events included an art exhibit, “Tradition is My Life: Education is My Future,” featuring winning entries from an annual contest sponsored by the Office of Indian Education, U.S. Department of Education. Other events included presentations on the Penn State campus and a reception at the National Indian Education Association last October. The program also hosted a Leadership Forum on Indian Education last November. The celebration will continue in Spring 2010 with a number of events.
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Advancement Update Early Career Professorships Benefit Both Faculty and Students As part of For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students, Penn State has introduced Early Career Professorships, a new endowment that supports faculty in the critical first decade of their academic careers. Early Career Professorships build powerful, enduring connections between the worlds of research and students. The endowment allows young faculty to direct their initial energies to the classroom and establish a commitment to teaching. It also provides seed money for rising academic stars to conduct innovative new research projects, and it offers early recognition of outstanding accomplishments and a belief in potential. To encourage the creation of these endowments, the university has created the Faculty Endowment Challenge, a matching program in which donors can leverage a 1:2 match from the University for gifts that create new Early Career Professorships. “A faculty member with an endowment has a base level of recurring support that is typically used to attract and retain top graduate students,” says College of Education Dean David H. Monk. “The students work closely with their faculty mentor and become directly involved in cutting-edge research. The students being supported in turn become part of the next generation of scholars and carry their Penn State training with them throughout their careers.” In the intensely competitive market for top faculty, Early Career Professorships offer the kind of support that has become the standard at institutions nationwide, allowing Penn State to recruit and retain the very best faculty members. “The professors we seek to hire recognize the value of having a recurring source of support for their work,” Monk adds. “They welcome the opportunity to support their students and typically use their endowment support to leverage additional grant support from external sources.”
Through these Early Career Professorships, donors can bolster the impact of their support for faculty by participating in the Faculty Endowment Challenge. Endowing a professorship at Penn State normally requires a minimum commitment of $500,000, but under the Faculty Endowment Challenge donors may establish new Early Career Professorships with a commitment of $334,000 (equivalent to approximately two-thirds of the minimum level required). Penn State, then, will commit
the remaining one-third of the necessary funds (approximately $166,000) from a $5 million pool of unrestricted endowment resources. “These endowments are powerful engines for building outstanding academic programs,” Monk says, “and the new Faculty Endowment Challenge is an exciting way to jump-start the process.”
College Endowment market value as of June 30, 2009: $23,100,000
Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Graduate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Undergrad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 (22 Trustee) Both . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
New Endowments (7/1/08-6/30/09)
Florence Vernon Hunnell Trustee Scholarship in Education
Breakdown of Endowment Fund:
Total Endowments . . . . . . . 216
Penn State Alumni Association Trustee Scholarship in the College of Education Robert H. Boyer and Barbara Elser Boyer Scholarship Pauline and Patrick Lamort Trustee Scholarship in Education Tom and Jackie Jenkins Endowment for the Penn State Education Partnership Program (PEPP) Marvin J. and Carolyn W. (Raven) Rudnitsky Undergraduate Scholarship in the College of Education
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Supporting Students New Opportunities to Student Teach Overseas The College of Education has developed a new enriching student teaching experience that creates the opportunity for students to divide their student teaching between here and abroad. The ShortTerm Overseas Student Teaching program allows College of Education teacher education students
to travel overseas for seven or eight weeks after a ten-week Pennsylvania student teaching placement. Students can choose from a diverse array of 15 participating locations, including Wales, Japan, Kenya, and Ecuador. Students in the program are placed in public schools in their host nations as student teachers where they interact with teachers, administrators, children, and community members. The program provides students with unique intercultural teaching and community experiences, giving them a broader understanding of the world in which we live. The in-depth exposure to other ways of life and schooling facilitates professional growth through acquisition of new and different teaching methods, ideas, and philosophies. The first students will travel abroad for their student teaching in the 2010–11 academic year.
Scholarships Provided Through Major Gifts to the College of Education
An architectural rendering of how the Innovation Studio space might look on the second floor of Chambers Building.
Innovation Studio Helps Faculty Enhance Classroom Experience Preparation of education students for a future of technology-rich classrooms begins with faculty literacy in new media and technology. Instructors must continually employ research-based teaching practices that take advantage of emerging digital tools. To help faculty integrate technologies into their research, teaching, and outreach, the College of Education will soon unveil a novel resource—the Innovation Studio. The Innovation Studio will be a space for faculty who are looking to engage with powerful new tools such as digital video, Web 2.0 tools, and mobile and ubiquitous computing. “It will be a space for faculty to have conversations about their pedagogy and how technology could support their innovative practices,” says Innovation Studio Director Scott McDonald, assistant professor of science education. “The conversation will be about the pedagogy first, not about the technology.”
The process would begin from the standpoint of the faculty member’s needs and goals for his or her students, rather than with specific tools from the Innovation Studio. “First we want to find out what the faculty member is doing and what he or she is trying to achieve,” explains McDonald, “and then we’ll work toward a technological solution that supports the pedagogical objective.” Typically, says McDonald, efforts to support coursework with technology are a collaboration of two factions: a content expert and a technology expert. Having a content–technology–pedagogy triumvirate, rather than a two-way content–technology arrangement, pushes the conversation deeper into the goals the faculty have for their students. The Innovation Studio has the potential to become a hotbed of research and design around the use of technology in higher education pedagogy and serve as a context for faculty and doctoral students to do research on this topic.
Additional Funding Now Available for Graduate Students In a time of financial uncertainty for higher education and educational endeavors in general, the Penn State College of Education, in partnership with the Penn State Graduate School, is creating a new program of support for our most competitive doctoral students in the field of education. The Dean’s Graduate Assistantships for Engaged Scholarship and Research in Education will support highly qualified doctoral students in any of the College’s full complement of graduate programs. The College is able to create this new funding thanks to its ongoing commitment to continuing
professional development, gains in internal efficiency, and increases in external funding. Up to seven assistantships are available for graduate students who will begin their studies in 2010. Additional students will be brought into the program each year for the next four 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.
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College Research Faculty Research Productivity Since January 2008, our tenure-line faculty have published:
Books Book Chapters Journal Articles
47 131 271
New Grants and Contracts Awards 2001–2009 $20M
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Selected List of Journals Edited by College of Education Faculty American 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 Journal of Counseling & Development - S. Niles Journal of Industrial Teacher Education - R. Walter
Journal of Research in Mathematics Education - K. Heid Journal of Research in Rural Education - K. Schafft Learning Disabilities Research and Practice - C. Hughes Rehabilitation Education - J. Herbert Review of Research in Education, Vols. 32 & 34 - G. Kelly Science Education - G. Kelly
University Alumni Awards Penn State Alumni Association: Alumni Fellow Award
2009 Renaissance Fund Honoree
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
Each year, the Renaissance Fund honors an individual or couple who, through a lifetime of service, has contributed greatly to the Penn State and State College communities. In its selection process, the fund’s board of directors seeks to recognize individuals who have deep roots in the Centre Region, close relationships with civic and University leaders, and a commitment to philanthropy.
Andrea Lee, IHM, ’75 M.Ed., ’80 Ph.D. Since 1998, Lee has served as president of St. Catherine University, which serves more than 5,200 students on campuses in St. Paul and Minneapolis, is home to the nation’s largest baccalaureate college for women and Minnesota’s only private institution offering associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees Lee has led St. Catherine University through the execution of a highly successful strategic agenda, resulting in ten consecutive years of record enrollment, dramatically increased fundraising, and the construction of a new student center, learning commons, and award-winning residence halls. Her leadership is hallmarked by substantial increases in the college’s financial assets, visibility, and community engagement, especially through its Henrietta Schmoll School of Health. Twin Cities Business recognized Lee’s innovative leadership in naming the Schmoll School of Health as 2009 Healthcare Hero. Lee serves on the Minnesota Private College Council and Catholic Community Foundation Boards locally, as well as the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities and Catholic Health Initiatives at the national level. She has also served as national chairperson for the Religious Network for Equality for Women. She was founding president of a nonprofit low-income senior housing corporation.
Patricia L. Best ‘89 D.Ed. Best has been named Penn State’s 2009 Renaissance Fund honoree. She retired in 2009 as superintendent of schools in the State College Area School District after three decades of service to the school district and the community. Best has been involved with and held leadership positions in many community and educational organizations, including Leadership Centre County and the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County, where she served as board chair from 2006 to 2008. In 2006, she was elected state president of the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators. Additionally, she has been a key supporter of partnerships between the school district and Penn State’s College of Education. Two nationally recognized partnerships are the Professional Development School initiative, which pairs district teachers with Penn State student interns, and the LifeLink PSU program, a transition program for high school special-needs students. She has also served as president of the Penn State Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, an education honorary society, and is a member of the boards of Penn State Outreach, the Center for the Performing Arts, and the College of Education Alumni Society, from which she received the Alumni Leadership and Service Award.
Lee is an accomplished liturgical musician, playing flute and piano in several groups. She is a member of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe, Michigan, and the adoptive mother of a son from Haiti.
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College of Education Alumni Society Awards Excellence in Education Award Louis Daneilson ’76 Ph.D. Danielson is a managing director at the American Institutes for Research. Until 2008, he was director of the Research to Practice Division of the Office of Special Education Programs in the U.S. Department of Education.
Outstanding Teaching Award George Daka ’97 B.S. Daka teaches a ninth-grade gifted class, as well as advanced placement United States history classes and AP European history classes at Bensalem High School. He is a member of the National Council for Social Studies and is an elected board member of the United Nations Association of Greater Philadelphia.
Leadership and Service Award Andrew Dinniman ’78 D.Ed. Dinniman represents Pennsylvania’s 19th District in the Pennsylvania Senate, where he is a member of several committees and serves as minority chair on the Education Committee. Prior to serving in the legislature, he served as a Chester County Commissioner for more than 14 years.
Outstanding New Graduate Award Sarah Chicchi ’06 B.S. For three years, Chicchi taught fourth-grade and fifth-grade mathematics at Joe Toler–Oak Hill
Front L-R: George Daka, Caitlin Nahas, Andrew Dinniman, Jaime Murray Back L-R: David Monk (Dean), Sarah Chicchi, Ryan McKenzie, Louis Danielson, and Ryan Hinkle
Elementary School in Granville County, N.C. She is now a full-time graduate student at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill.
Outstanding Student Teacher Award This award recognizes an outstanding student teacher in the Fall and Spring semesters each year. Fall 2008
Ryan McKenzie ’08 B.S. Jaime Murray ’08 B.S. Spring 2009
Caitlin Nahas ’09 B.S. Ryan Hinkle ’09 B.S.
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Honor Roll Lifetime Giving Societies We are grateful to the following contributors whose cumulative gifts, made through June 30, 2009, 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 Eugene A. Larson D. Jeanne Leonhard William E.* & Wyllis Leonhard Vincent N. & Lois W. Lunetta 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 –$99,999 to the College of Education) Grace McCloskey Bardine Janet Feaster Blew John B. & Barbara Butler Brackbill 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 Sidney* & Helen Sevel Friedman 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 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 Individuals who have made an estate provision, regardless of the amount, will help ensure continued growth and achievement for the College of Education well into the future. Bennett L. & Carol Perlmann Aaron Robert J. Adler Alfred & Margaret Rizza* Billian Robert H. & Barbara Elser Boyer Harvey F. & Margaret Brush Eugene S. Carrara* Pauline I. Case Linda Huston Clement Paula M. Donson Richard H. & Beverly Dorman * deceased
Harry L. & Marion Eberly Todd K. & Annette M. Fetterolf Joseph B. & Beth A. Filko Charles M. & Mary Ellen Fischer Ronald L. & Grace Thomas* Francis Sidney* & Helen Sevel Friedman Glenn W. & Nancy Saylor Gamble Victoria G. Guarrieri George B. & Annie Campbell Harvey Edwin L. & Patricia Herr
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 Susan Mann Breedlove & Mark H. Breedlove 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 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 Robert H. & Heather F. Fleck 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 J. Richard* & Elizabeth Breene Gilger Pauline Watchorn Gilleland 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 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 L. William & Gay Krause Guy V.* & Catherine Wible Kresge William J. & Barbara A. Leary Rich & Jenny R. Lee Marcus & Yvonne T. Lingenfelter J. David* & Mary Rowland* Lockard J. Daniel Marshall & Tara Fulton Aaron J. & Jean Truxal Martin John R. & Elizabeth Skade Middleton Robert M. & Gail Rolle Miller Joan Hunter Miller Ben D. Mills Phillip J. Minella 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 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 Allen & Nancy Green Satenberg Martin J. & Marcia Bronstein Satinsky Donald A. & Donna Warfel Schoenly Carolyn Wetterau Seitz George L. Settlemyer Twyla Shear Nancy A. Shemick Dorothy J. Skeel* Alex & Sondra Levitt Smith Gerald B. Smith* James & Jeanette E. Spires 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 Eric P. & Louise Grauer Whorral 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
E. Gregory Holdan Raymond W. & Deborah Snell Hoover David B. & Joyce Williams Lee Marcus & Yvonne T. Lingenfelter Thomas N.* & Geraldine M. McCreary Richard L. Moreland Robert F. & Donna Comnale Nicely Terry D. & Carolyn Davey Piper John P. Pommersheim Reed B. Riker Charles W. & Annette Searson Rohrbeck Marvin J. & Carolyn W. “Raven” Rudnitsky Priscilla Hunt Sandrus*
Bernard N. & Beatrice Winn Sandson Alan G. & Patricia Dickey Sheffer Robert G. Shorr L. Jean Spagnolo Joseph V. & Elizabeth O’Shea Tipping Joyce Trigiano Turley-Nicholas & Fred* Nicholas Francis J. & Ruth St. Clair Vastola Catherine E.* & Charles E. Voltz P. Duane & Doris J. Walker Roger L. Williams & Karen Magnuson Howard E. & Helen Dickerson Wise Robert L. Wright
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Honor Roll Annual Gifts Each year, thousands of alumni and friends of the College of Education provide vital operating support through gifts at every level through Penn State’s annual fund. On the following pages, the College acknowledges the generous contributors who gave to the annual fund or made pledge payments or additional contributions to alreadyestablished funds between July 1, 2008, and June 30, 2009.
Dean’s Council ($1,000 or more annual gifts to the College of Education) Douglas A. & Claudia Anderson Alan J. Andreini James H. & Pamela Reese Arbuckle Grace McCloskey Bardine Cameron F. & Judy Bausch Coleman C. & Pauline Rexford Bender Patricia L. Best & Thomas E. Ray Janet Feaster Blew Emily R. Boyd Susan Mann Breedlove & Mark H. Breedlove James S. & Suzanne Williams Broadhurst Ira W. & Marcy Chotiner Bushman James E. & Ann S. Deveney Donald W. & Joan Menzel Dieter William J. & Mary A. Donovan Victor L.* & Mary Miles Dupuis Robert N. & Beth F. Eisman Charles M. & Mary Ellen Fischer Barrett C. & Luanne Breuer Fisher Joseph L. & Margaret G. French Patrick C. & Rebecca L. Gallery Glenn W. & Nancy Saylor Gamble John A. & Christie Young Gartman Carla A. Gibson J. Richard* & Elizabeth Breene Gilger Pauline Watchorn Gilleland John A. & Maryann Gilmartin Nancy J. Hadfield Robert T. & Francella Cheslock Hamecs Robert W. & Claudene Hazel Harkins James T. & Mary Kurdila Harris Eugene S. & Lois Sheaffer Harsh Robert M. & Linda J. Hendrickson Edwin L. & Patricia Herr William D. & Patricia A. Horton Charles E. Hunnell John P. & Gina F. Ikenberry A. Richard & Anne McDevitt Janiak 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 William J. & Barbara A. Leary Rich & Jenny R. Lee D. Jeanne Leonhard Marion Lewis MacKinnon George J. & Judith Watson Marshalek Susan Ingham Martin & Charles H. Martin Paul R. McCleester* Joyce Koch McLean & Vincent R.* McLean David B. McNaughton & Janice C. Light Susan R. Mendelsohn John R. & Elizabeth Skade Middleton Joan Hunter Miller Phillip J. Minella Dorothy Irwin Mitstifer David H. & Pamela A. Monk 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 Margaret Brewer Perrett Sara J. Peter Terry D. & Carolyn Davey Piper Steven C. & Pamela Miller Ramsey Thomas N.* & Joanne D. Ryder Allen & Nancy Green Satenberg Martin J. & Marcia Bronstein Satinsky David A. & Louise A. Sauerland Donald A. & Donna Warfel Schoenly Ronald H. Scott Carolyn Wetterau Seitz Dorothy Shemick Nancy A. Shemick Robert E. & Karen Bell Shute Anthony J. & Heand Johns Silvestri Stephen R. & Eileen Baumgarten Smith Jennifer L. Sova William D. & Audrey Gray Sprenger G. Alan & Margaret E. Sternbergh William P. & Holly Stevens William A. & Estelle Graessle Turney Frederick G. & Patricia Lord Welch Eric P. & Louise Grauer Whorral John C. & Cora Williams Howard E. & Helen Dickerson Wise William E. Wise
Education Associates ($500 –$999 in annual gifts to the College of Education) William J. & Karen Brunt Burkhard Edgar I. & Barbara W. Farmer Robert F. & Penny Jones Weakley George R. & Louise Terpak Sterner James W. & Elaine Benadom Thomas Larry R. & Beatrice Locklear Brayboy James R. & Anne Dieffenbach Johnson Mark E. & Judith Crosson Setzer Patricia L. Ficcaglia Richard L. & Dorothea G. Stover Craig S. Pritcher Marjorie Washington Long James B. & Janice Hewlett O’Connor George J. & Paula Latagliata Silowash Gerald L. Zahorchak Michael R. & Darla Homan James F. & Loretta G. Koennicke John H. & Louanne Hopkins Carnwath Kenneth F. & Linda J. Chaffee Ronald R. & Sandra Macandrew Musoleno Rich & Jenny R. Lee Lawrence J. Wess Jason E. Lane Reed B. Riker Paul T. & Flora Vanbuskirk Rothrock William J. & Kathryn Mitchell Condon Robert H. & Heather F. Fleck William J. & Mary A. Donovan Charles E. & Katherine Reid Bailey Wayne L. & Kathryn W. Detwiler Paul W. & Mary M. Welliver Miriam A. Latshaw Eugene F. & Alene G. Hilton Edward H. & Mary Anne Aurand Donald A. & Donna Warfel Schoenly Lawrence E. Koziarz Larry R. & Barbara K. Brenneman Richard E. & Doris L. Lundvall Irwin S. & Lorraine Siegle Spiegel William W. & Audria Capello Jennings Peggy Crumling Bierach William V. Phelps James P. & Joanne S. Shaughnessy Joseph P. Harrington Robert C. & Diane Whitmore James E. & Ann S. Deveney Marcia K. Whoolery Alan D. & Pamela Cressman Richard E. Moyer & Carol Hollinger Moyer Scott A. & Patricia Burnham Berkey David D. & Therese A. Ream Herbert & Darlene M. Schoenly Dennis W. & Kim A. Cheek
Patrick T. & Caroline Terenzini William S. Carlsen & Cynthia Berger Nathan & Barbara Engelhard Bisk
Education Partners ($250 –$499 in annual gifts to the College of Education) John H. & Marie Winrick Abbott Kyle L. Peck & Catherine Augustine Susan R. Banks John Bolash George & Jo-Anne Mastandrea Boone John W. & Priscilla Nichols Bowman Dale C. & Denise Barner Brooks Audrey J. Brown Thomas C. Burnheimer & Suzanne M. Manning Aida M. Cancel Ellen M. Clemens Susan Lewis Colten John R. & Mary Yeagley Connelly William T. & Michelle Bollman Farmer Stephen T. & Kathryn G. Correia James L. Culler John B. & Dorothy E. Dalbor Norma Bendistis Delong James E. & Julie E. Diehl Bruce C. & Ellen M. Duffield Joe Bob & Lanna Tweedy Duncan Violet C. Eash Joan B. Elliott Carol L. Ettenger Clarence R. & Kathleen Robb Fahnestock Denis P. Farley & Patricia McCall Farley Todd K. & Annette M. Fetterolf Jonathan D. Fife Vito A. & Marie I. Forlenza Peter H. Garland Harry D. & Barbara Knight Gerber Victoria G. Guarrieri Kenneth R. & Marilyn Minor Haas Richard J. & Patricia A. Hankinson Richard A. & Miriam Kenny Hartman William T. & Peggy L. Hartman Donald E. & Mary W. Hartzell Trudi T. Haupt Richard J. Hazler & JoLynn V. Carney Rodney E. & Pauline Heininger William H. & Mary Merkle Hellen Donald E. Heller & Anne M. Simon William S. & Elizabeth Evans Hennings Richard L. & Deborah Hite William S. & Nancy Stewart Holbrook Gerry L. Hollinger Steven J. & Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger Leonard Loren Holt Richard D. & Pauline Wright Hupper John M. Javor Robert J. & Ann Raynock Karotko Denise Labuda King David M. & Rita Pilacinski Kiser William H. & Marjorie Berson Klein Matthew & Susan Strauss Klyman Charles A. & Joan L. Landis Alice Whittaker Latimer Lisa R. Lattuca Victor D. & Mary M. Lesky Richard A. & Elizabeth Leung Ina Miller Lidsky Daniel G. & Sandra P. Luongo Rick & Jane Lux Pamela S. Macomber Michael A. & Judith Knoetgen Manzo George O. McClary Frank O. McQuarrie Susan Albert McQuillan Steven J. & Margaret Collins Michaels Merle E. & Jane L. Mittel Lyle V. & Denise Wilson Munn Paul B. & Teresa Cullen Nelson Sandra A. Newman Gloria Featherman Nieweg Maryjane O. Norris Barry M. & Ronna Bergstein Nudelman K. Daniel & Susan G. O’Leary
Harry J. & Jean Kissick Pappas Charles E. & Constance R. Patterson Joseph D. & Susan Oertel Patton Robert L. & Sandra L. Peace John & Joanne M. Pitman Robert A. & Rosemary W. Reed William H. & Ann Bikle Reilly Thomas B. & Nancy S. Robinson Steven K. & Lisa J. Rock Louis R. & Kerrie L. Roth Robert B. & Elizabeth Zoda Schenck David R. Schmidt & Kathleen Barris Schmidt Martin & Ruth Levy Schudroff James C. & Gertrude Hooven Schuhl Bradford R. Smith *Curvin C. Smith Barry C. & Margaret Hillis Stauffer Burton W. & Kathleen Burkhart Stevens Jeffrey A. & Aimee J. Terosky Eberhard & Audrey Thieme John C. & Barbara A. Thompson Susan Wexler Tillis J. Leslie & Anne Miller Torda James F. & Mary Ellen Trainer A. Lorraine Troutman George A. Turner John F. & Nancy J. Van Ogtrop Stephen & Janet L. Vincins Jeffrey M. Wagner William G. & Linda Hammond Wagner Richard Taffer & Gail Wahle Mark A. & Lynn Nissley Waldman Elery H. Walizer Curtis J. Wallace Karen L. Wassinger Irvin Wright Charles A. & Deborah Wilson Yartz Kirby D. & Laurie E. Zeger Thomas E. & Jacqueline Staley Zemaitis
Century Club ($100 –$249 in annual gifts to the College of Education) Anonymous John C. & Susanne Blough Abbott Ralph L. Abbott Hugh M. & Kathryn Katz Aberman Ronald E. & Ardeelou A. Adams Don C. & Brenda Adams James D. Adams Timothy E. Aley & Cynthia L. Couchman Donald E. Allison & Alison D. Snyder Robert H. & Barbara Ent Allison J. Nathan & Sasha L. Althouse Kevin J. Bauer Robert L. & Janice L. Anderson Sheila Taylor Andria Joseph H. & Madeline Depaul Anthony Thomas G. Poole & Anne K. Ard Raymond F. & Linda J. Arment Thomas L. & Jacqueline Ashbaugh Gary Neil & Barbara Shleifer Asteak Charles B. & Susan Neuhauser Atlee Susan McNeely Austin John L. & Nancy Matson Avau LaRene Thomas Ayres G. William Glidden & Martha Bachman Jack S. & Jean Detweiler Badger Rebecca C. Bahn David & Marion Dunlap Baldauf William M. & Barbara A. Barnhart Lake H. & C. Camille Barrett Kenneth E. & Kathleen Fowler Barto Robert J. Baskwill Francis X. & Madelyn Walters Bauer Charles L. & Angela Claycomb Baughman John P. & Margaret Patrilak Beckwith Paul T. & Marilyn Begley John & Sophia Thomas Belian Mark R. Bell Lawrence R. & Karen L. Belli Judith E. Benevich Clifford T. Bennett
Honor Roll Gwendolyn J. Bennett James D. & Dorothy H. Bennett Christopher & Jennifer S. Bennett Richard L. & Judith Scheid Berglund Elmer J. & Alice D. Berkebile Rodney L. Berkey Gavin D. & Melissa Lynch Berkowitz William F. Bertrand Carol A. Berzowski James M. Bilka Edmond S. & Linda Kalinger Billingsley Edward I. & Susan Boruch Birsic Clarence A. & Joan Klock Bixler Howard Pew & Mary S. Black Jean Bachman Blakesley Mark A. & Hedy J. Blinderman Gytelle Faber Bloom Barbara Carter Blossom Kay A. Boerrigter Ruth E. Yanowitz Bohrer Linda Pirola Bollinger Donald A. & Kathleen Krisch Bowyer Burton N. & Jane A. Boyd David J. & Susan Newcomb Boyer Kathleen Boyle Paul E. & Susan Neujahr Braun Eileen A. Braungard Alan F. & Barbara L. Breininger Amy Brennan Daniel L. & Charlene M. Brennan S. Richard & Helen Garner Brenneman David A. & Sandy Wingrod Brenner Kenneth P. Bricker Kathleen A. Britt F. Peter & Sarah Davidson Brodie Richard E. & Catherine M. Brokaw A. Scott & Kristina Marado Brookes James K. & Barbara Broomall Kenneth W. & Eileen A. Brown Donald W. & Mary Hunsecker Brown Dennis D. Bryon Jack Perrow & Jennifer Horick Bucher Tarek M. & Elizabeth T. Bugaighis Barbara J. Burchill John C. & Karen Lyle Burns John R. & Carolyn Klein Burrell Gregory J. & Mary Quinn Buza Lewis P. & Rosemary J. Caffo Doris G. Caimi Patrick F. & Vicki L. Callahan Shari L. Capriola Donald W. Carey John J. & Roberta C. Carey Gilbert & Patricia Vaughan Casterlow Samuel S. Castiglione George L. & Carolyn Cates James G. & Elaine H. Cecere Adolfo A. & Luz Helena Gomez Chandeck Michael K. & Tanya M. Chang Shan-Nan Chang & Mei-Ize Huang Robert J. & Adeline A. Charlton Matthew J. Cheran Susan K. Chin Richard A. Chiocchi & Robin Elliott Susan Sherman Christensen Eric T. & Beth Reside Christner Gary R. & Nancy Beecher Christy Edward H. & Barbara Angstadt Chubb Mary Cianni Michael A. & Linda L. Ciavarella William J. & Elaine Cickavage Ann Franckle Clark Dennis P. Clark G. Christopher & Karen B. Clark Marie H. Marzzacco Richard C. Clarke & Kathy E. Charvat Edward W. Claudius Carolyn R. Clavelli Gerald J. & Arlene L. Clawson Linda Huston Clement Craig A. & Karen Pesto Coder James P. & Anne Walton Coffman J. Robert & Patricia Emigh Coldiron Clarence D. Coleman H. Todd & Gail Schwenk Colfelt John R. & Mary Ann Gbur Collett
John F. Collins Francis J. Cornelius Jonathan R. & Judith A. Cottrell Vernon S. & Cassandra Hill Courtney David W. & Anne Giauque Cowburn Frances N. Crawford Clarence E. & Lois Crider Zelda Curtiss Louis C. Danielson Nicholas F. & Mildred B. Dâ€™Antonio William D. & Susan Watson Daughtry Raymond J. & Nancy Ryan Davidson Rocco E. De Piro Nicola A. De Trolio Joseph L. & Judith A. Deblase Daniel DeFranceschi Scott A. & N. Katherine Bard Deisley James A. Delong Arthur L. Delpaz George N. Demshock Joseph M. & Viola Denham Amanda K. Denis Dileep G. & Jeanne Martin Dhavale Chris & Ellen M. Dietrich Lawrence A. DiMichele John & Connie B. DiNunzio Franklin R. & Sandra L. Dippery William E. & Lois M. Dittenhaffer Cynthia Strickland Dittman David J. & Carolyn Dolbin Robert W. & Kathleen Fagley Dollar Thomas J. & Marilyn Aberbach Doluisio Larry C. & Patricia M. Donmoyer Michael J. & Suzanne Maury Dooris Pamela R. Dorman Thomas A. & Cary Turner Dougher B. Christopher & Joanne Dougherty Erica J. Douglas Thomas C. & Jean M. Dow Howard R. & Sandra Drake Elizabeth W. Drusedum Alex J. & Judith L. Dubil Robert & Karen E. Yarbourgh-Duckett Frederick L. Kurst & Elizabeth M. Dugan Kenneth & Regina P. Dugan Ronald B. & Anita S. Dutton Dennis C. & Patricia Wojciak Earl Harry L. & Marion Eberly Paul J. Edwards Wayne A. & Judith Smigo Edwards Stanley N. & Esther Greenes Eisman James C. & Paula Sterner Elliott Barbara Ellis Hazel Brown Emerick Joseph & Linda Emrick John H. & Marjorie A. Enterline Michael G. & Nancy Budnovitch Erwin John G. & Mary-Katherin Estock Daniel S. & Ruth Porreca Eubanks John H.* & Ann B. Evans Geoffrey F. Evans Warren D. & Faynelle Evans Thomas A. Evitts Charles E. & Patricia Bomberger Eyler John J. & Georgiana Fabian Margaret Beling Fackenthal Paul J. Falco Robert E. & Nancy Simpson Fallgren Howard L. & June Fargo Mary A. Fedrick Phillip M. & Leslie Sandra Fenster William & Nancy Schleihauf Ferguson Diana E. Ferry Daniel R. & Mary J. Ferrari John E. & Jacqueline D. Fibbi Joan Bissey Field Curtis R. & Karen Spicer Finch Robert D. & Nora Bauer Fitzgerald William M. & Eleanor A. Fleming Martin J. & Ellen Sharon Fliegelman James S. & Marybeth McGovern Fogarty Charles W. & Barbara Marie Ford 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 Bruce S. & Patricia Majersky Frantz Daniel M. & Sharon L. Freeman Jere W. & Myrna Paynter Fridy Warren W. & Lynne W. Friedel Henry & Connie Fleisher Fulmer Cassandra M. Funk Arnold P. & Madeleine Hunsicker Fust Alan D. Gamble Kay Greb Gasowski David A. Geanette Philip & Christina J. Gelso Leslie Schwartz George Edwin R. Gerler Thomas E. & Ruth Hamilton Gibson Davis P. & Carol Cwynar Giersch Daniel A. & Joyce Farrow Gifford Jeffrey L. Gilmore E. Ann Gladden John W. Glenn Charles B. Brill & Lynn Godmilow David H. & Bonnie Novack Gold Aronne J. & C. Annette Goldkette Robert M. & Peggy Mazal Goldman David J. & Nancy Boyer Gondak Kenneth L. & Noreen Bittner Gottschall James W. & Pearl N. Gould David G. & Marianne Brown Grantz Dolores Pombo Grapsas Richard M. & Linda A. Graziani Joseph S. & Melody L. Greenberg William A. & Dawn M. Gregory Jon & Ruth Ann Thomson Gribbin Frederick G. & Jane Detwiler Griech Charles M. & Marilyn Endrizzi Griffin George E. & Esther S. Groninger Wade S. & LeeAnn L. Gurysh Teodorico O. & Diana Gustilo Harold D. Guthrie James & Leanne Godlesky Guy Edward F. & Gloria Bindie Gwiazdowski James C. & Patricia Rife Hagan Thomas J. & Patricia D. Hajzus Thomas W. & Cynthia Bierly Hall Eddy & Kathleen Steward Hallmark Robert J. & Anna Hamera Fredrick & Carlyn Goldsmith Hamilton John W.* & Nadia Lulka Hamilton Robert D. & Barbara Hirleman Hann Richard C. & Elise Frey Hann Robert C. & Michele L. Harding David Skrincosky & Judith A. Harnadek Suzanne K. Harpster Linda S. Hart John J. & Margaret Frazier Hartnett John E. & Katherine Hartshorn John E. & Tammie J. Smith P. Gordon & Ann Harvey Noela A. Haughton Mary M. Havican Richard S. & Jane Ward Hawk Steven R. & Lynn Ellen Hayden Edward R. & Barbara A. Clapper Hayduk William J. Heard Richard R. & Helen M. Heckman Anne L. Heffron Louis E. & Sherry Serfass Heinbockel Lynne Betelle Heins Warren E. & Ann Stone Heiss Jean T. Heller Mary Beth Henning Robert D. & Gay M. Hensley Richard M. Herbert John W. & Nancy Ann Herdman J. Benjamin & Nancy Quatrini Herrera Judith Z. Heydt William F. Hibschman Michael B. & Candace Duncan High Michael H. & Stacie Spanos Hiras Aaron & Lora Novatkoski Hobart Bradley R. & Carolyn Melton Hoch Hugh A. & Barbara Woolard Hodge Daniel J. Homitz Elisa Hopkins
Vincent V. & Kathleen M. Horvath Chris S. & Linda L. Hosterman David L. & Sharon L. Howell John S. & Susan Boyer Howell Richard A. & Barbara F. Howett Robert W. & Glenda E. Hoy Ronald J. & Grace K. Hrinda Le S Chen & Amy Huang Diane Scaglione Hubona Brandon B. Hunt David R. & Laura Schaefer Hyde Meghan Hyland Donna L. Imhoff John B. & Shirley Hiltner Iorio William H. & Martha Woodward Isler Jayne Payne Jackson Thomas J. & Mary Ann Jackson Michael C. Jackson Linwood & Margaret Lucas Jacobs Leopold R. Janczak Jan V. & Jennifer Rowles Jedrych David D. & Carole Jochen James J. & Mary Miller Johnson Norman L. Johnson Robert R. & Gail Olitzky Johnson Martin & Susan Wacker Johnson William E. Johnson William F. Johnston William C. & Mary Kerns Jones Marlene Smith Joseph Raymond S. & Elizabeth McGarry Jurkowski Ronald T. & Jodi Benus Kahane Louis M. & Nancy Blank Kardonsky Jared S. & Marcy Lynn Kaufman William H. & Patricia Kaufman Kathleen Burke Kazimi Donna Cedrone Keegan Robert J. & Alicia Keegan Claude R. & Marjorie E. Kehler Janet Kehrli John S. Keller Louis A. & Suzanne Grubb Keller Gregory P. & Susan Moyer Kelley Denise E. Keltz Mary Ellen Kennedy Paul & Elizabeth C. King Charles W. & Diane Eltonhead Kipp Joshua E. & Jodi Yanosik Kirby William M. & Margaret Bush Kirkey Steven D. & Elyse L. Kirkpatrick Kevin T. & Jean Lawrence Kleckner Bruce D. & Darlene Knapp Frank L. & Jane Williams Knarr Lawrence & Cheryl D. Kneiss Charles E. & Paula Saporito Knight Charles W. Knox Carole Slaugenhaupt Koch John D. & Carrie C. Koch Mark E. & Pamela Kohan Sylvester & Jeraldine Marasco Kohut Robert J. & Marianne Hustosky Konior Maryann Kopie William F. Koslick Stephen & Gloria Welker Kovach Connie Paden Kovolenko Gregory J. & Janet Gesregan Krall Jane A. Krepp Stuart S. Krissinger & Melissa A. Melhorn James A. & Judith Kuhagen Marilyn Kunzelman Robert C. & Barbara Labar Kevin & Rebecca R. Lacey Marie Ladley Robert F. & Susan Huston Lakin Edward M. & Sheri Belaga Land James F. Nolan & Rocky Landers Jill L. Lane Gayle M. Larson Jeffrey A. & Deborah Lasala Sharyn Morgan Lavelle Pamela T. Harris Molly A. Leahy Kenneth R.* & Geraldine Gann Lee Albert S. & MaryGrace Lee Patricia E. Lee Brock D. Lehman
Penn State College of Education Annual Report 2009
Honor Roll David F. & Christa M. Leighton Richard B. & Cleta Klipple Leinbach David W. & Jan B. Leslie Morgan V. & Maureen P. Lewis Thomas R. & Linda Stehman Lewis David R. & Cheryl J. Liggett Richard H. & Karen R. Light John E. & Mary Lindholm George J. Lindt Jeffrey D. & Marjorie McGarey Lohr Frank A. & Patricia L. Lombardo Nicholas J. & Alexa D. Londino Robert M. & Hope Longwell-Grice Gerald R. & Susan Simon Lotierzo James L. & Elizabeth Stoner Lovejoy E. Nobles & Margaret Breece Lowe Douglas E. & Mary A. Lowenhaupt John C. & Marilyn Bushyager Lowry Eric F. & Jane Cubberley Luce Heinz H. & Celia Luebkemann David M. Luterman Judith L. Leslie Matthew T. Lyons Joseph A. & Karen Rickards MacCrory Peter R. & Leslie Oliva-MacDougall Joshua & Rachel Dillon Machen Karen Mack Roger G. Maclean Kenneth C. & Mabel F. Madden Candace Miller Magerl William R. & Phyllis D. Magill Ruth F. Major Cynthia L. Majzlik Ravi Sethi & K. Dianne Maki Gary & Kathleen Carson Makuch David A. & Patricia D. Manzo Robert J. & Olivia Pettengill Maple Eugene B. & Constance S. Marino Stephen E. & Susan Hendee Markwood Terrence J. Marlowe Esq. & Robin Smith Marlowe Lewis A. Marrara & Nancy Mishtal Robert B. & Enid Marshall James O. & Sharon Sleek Martin Susan M. Martin James S. & Jennifer W. Martineau Elisamuel Martinez Antone & Julia Martinez Antonetty Ira G. & Gillian Mary Masemore Joseph B. & Norma Mateer Eric & Marcia D. Matheson Clinton L. & Michelle McBeth 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 Thomas B. & Carol Bansner McCord Joseph P. & Carolyn M. McCullough John J. McDermott Joseph V. & Linda Monisera McKenna John E. & Mary Patricia McKie Edward D. & Laura Spielvogel McKirdy Michael J. & Connie McNamara Beverly Thompson Mehlman Robert P. & Kimberly G. Meister John F. & Susan Barnes Merriman David E. & Barbara J. Michael Gregory A. & Hunter Foreman Michael Glen C. & Delores J. Michaels Henry G. Michaux Stephen R. Mourar & Dawn E. Middleton Virginia Kennedy Migrala Joseph M. & Joanne Lang Milke Laurance W. & Roberta Frost Miller Lauren E. Miller Leonard M. & Carolyn Stupar Miller Robert D. & Chell Doree Miller William H. & Rina Agriss Mitchell Scott E. Mitchell Thomas P. & Eleanor Mohn Laura J. Molettiere Jose A. & Esther Molina David M. & Carol S. Moll Robert A. & Catherine Montgomery
Jennifer B. Moore Richard L. Moreland Julia Morgan Richard L. & Penelope Uplinger Morrow Richard W. & Helen Brandenberger Muir Gary S. & Patrice Mulrine John P. & Corinne Marko Murawski Gary R. & Susan Murphy John W. & Laura O. Murray Albert T. Nagata Kerry Nauhaus Feldman Neal Shipon, D.D.S. Keith E. & Joyce Schaeffer Neal Carole E. Nebhut Jeffrey S. Nesbitt Kathleen Bradley Newell Carolyn Clark Newsom William T. & Catherine D. Nicholas Bruce A. Nicolls Robert L. & Nancy Heyl Nielsen Joseph D. & Kathryn Wagner Niemasik Royce W. & Ardna J. Nix Thomas F. & Patricia L. Stich Richard J. & Carol A. Obrecht Kevin A. & Mary O’Hara Leroy C. & Miriam V. Olson Gerard F. & Catherine A. O’Malley Vincent P. Orlando Charles R. & Marrianne Orndoff Angelo & Kathleen Stewart Ortenzi John H. & Carol A. Osman James R. Bosnik & Diane L. Pastella Robert & Kim Pearson Bruce L. & Lois C. Pellnitz Robert R. & Susan Myers Penfold Theodore T. & Joanne K. Peshkopia Robert G. & Kathleen O’Dea Petchel Duane I. & Shirley Phillips Nicholas V. Pinto & Eileen P. Beale Nathan E. Pish Mark S. Piven & Alison Altman Thomas E. Platt Michael Demarco & Elaine M. Pongratz Richard L. Poole David R. & Christina Nolan Poorbaugh William H. & Nancy K. Pope Joseph F. & Denise M. Potts Thomas P. Caldwell Charles L. & Joan Williams Powell Leighton A. & Dorothy B. Price Catherine Juster Przybylinski Dwight F. & Ann Cunningham Putman Margaret Pipas Quirk Cecilia K. Rachford Edward & Tina Cooper Rantanen Michael & Wendolyn Hoffritz Raso Paul G. Ravnikar Barbara K. Rea Robert & Audra Reason Christie L. Reese Richard R. & Gale K. Reeve Michael H. & Sherron E. Regauld John S. Reidell Bernard L. Reider Alvin & Barbara Schiffman Reiner William J. & Nancy Hoffman Remaley James B. & Phyllis A. Renninger Joseph A. Reznick Noel D. & Virginia L. Rich Mark W. & Lynne Raab Richards William G. & Sylvia Thompson Richards John Barnes & Susan R. Richardson Leroy E. & Joan E. Rieck David R. Ritter Myron W. & Alice M. Ritter Francis J. & Edith Mohr Robacker Craig L. & Frances Eckstein Roberton Harry P. & Linda Pavian Roberts William S. & Holly Steuart Robertson Gerald R. Robinson Jose F. Aponte & Aida I. RodriguezRoig Priscilla D. Roehm Bruce A. Romanish Robert J. & Joanne Ross
Andrew & Diane Bird Ross William C. Ross Frank E. & Lugenia Putt Rozman Peter A. & Susan J. Rubba Janis Rush Dorothy L. Ruyak David J. & Maureen Murray Ryan Helen Weiss Salomon Michael C. & Wendy Walton Saltzburg Joel E. & Harriet Winit Samitz Ronald P. & Barbara F. Saricks James C. & Elaine Edwards Saunders Dawn R. Saxton Robert H. & Delores M. Saylor Daniel H. Schaeffer William E. & Carol Cooper Schall George B. & Mary Dorsey Schaubhut Gerald C. & Violet Zaki Schmid Maria J. Schmidt Stephen W. & Jennifer Schoonover Herman A. & Nancy Graham Schopman Marilyn Schroer Barbara Davis Schultes Harvey William Wall & Chriss A. Schultz Larry G. & June McCullough Schultz Eric V. & Kelly Martin Schultz Anthony J. & Gail W. Sciolla Jes-James Sellers J. Mitchell & Lesly Mairs Senker Kevin J. & Tracy L. Sensenig Virginia Howard Shenk Rick S. & Carole Kersh Sheviakov Virginia C. Shipman Denise Marcon Shrock Terry V. Shultz Robert D. & Holly J. Siegel Irwin H. Siegel David M. & Ruth Berliner Simon Stephen R. & Jami L. Simon Gary J. & Diane Skoltis Vincent M. & Margaret S. Skrinak Edward P. Slavinskas Louis & Susanne Tracy Slawe Richard C. & Corene Slocum Marion Berman Slone R. Bruce & Jeane Smay Mary Alice Smith Ronald L. & Grace Thomas Smith Robert W. & Tana Musser Smith Michele A. Smulley Jan G. & Cathe Czeck Snedeker Larry C. Snodgrass Maurice E. & Caren Huff Snook Richard Q. & Linda B. Snurr Jill Fuller Snyder Mona Steel Snyder Robert J. & Diane H. Snyder Alex C. & Suzanne Sabol Sofish Evan M. Sonnet Timothy J. & Ellen Ossip Sosinski Harold D. & Mary W. Spaulding Horace B. & Mary Lepire Spence Joseph R. & Carol C. Spence John G. & Mary Sockman Spence Mary A. Spencer David & Virginia Horner Spencer Michael J. & Judith A. Sporakowski D. Christopher & Debra A. Springer George W. & Jeanne Mather Stamm Robert E. Staresinic Joseph Paul & Kelly L. Stasik Jacqueline Stefkovich Peter & Judith Holland Steinhart Lerue M. & Carlynn Alexander Stellfox Jeffrey S. & Claire Simon Stern Rita Beerman Stern John W. Stone & Amylinn Bauer Stone Mark R. & Daria Rosso Stoner Leon J. & Dolores Altmyer Stout David J. & Ruth Shuman Strunk Alan J. Sturtz Marilyn N. Suydam T. Christopher & Carol Rudy Sweeney Warren L. Swigart Andrew & Alice Horinouchi Takata Raymond W. & Carol Packer Taylor
Daniel G. & Mary Ann B. Tempestini Donna Johnson Terribile Thomas R. & Linda Lukens Terry Carol A. Thedford Alan R. Thomas Kenneth R. & Cynthia Middleburg Thomas Barbara Bean Thornton Susan Dolge Thorpe Agnes Kennedy Tiley Michael J. Tirjan Jon E. & Nancy Tobiessen Laurence C. Tomak John Tomko Jared T. & Nikki L. Torgan Judith Shadden Terrance William A. & Judith Getchell Trach Robert T. Craig & Karen Tracy Hayes E. Treasure Deborah M. Treese Valarie J. Trimarchi William J. & Elizabeth Lyon Truxal Thomas Payne & Helena Tuleya-Payne Patricia Green Berman Michael & Elizabeth L. Useem Robert E. Van Doren William J. & Sally Henry Van Pelt Mary Anne Varga Joseph M. & Margaret Terry Vavra Leonard J. & Beverly A. Vender G. Patrick Vennebush & Nadine Block William S. & Bunny Vitori C. Maureen K. Volker John A. & Mary Reilly Volpe Victor Volpe David R. & Amy L. Wacker Samuel B. & Sylvia Grube Wagner Donald & Mary Coleman Wain Robert H. & Ellen Barber Waldeck Robin Paffenroth Walker Stephen J. & Barbara Lowe Wallner Roland E. Walters, Jr. Susan V. Walton Eric G. & Kelley-Ann Warner Mary Ellen Warner Nicholas C. & Eleanor Rowland Waterman Gregory & Barbara Olszewski Watkins Terrence M. & Beryl Spivack Webb Benjamin M. & Diana Yun-Dee Wei Jason L. & Chandra L. Weigle Robert W. & Nancy W. Weikert Joel Wagoner & Jennifer B. Weinstein Mark K. & Kathleen Williams Wennell Richard C. & Bonelyn Wenzel Daniel J. & Linda J. West Sherry Book Wester Karen L. Whalen Glenn D. & Christine Middleton White Robert S. & Ruth Clark White Frederick C. & Rebecca Fyock Widdowson Margaret E. Wiggins J. Richard & Lois M. Williams Amy N. Wineland Warren G. Witmer Burton O. & Patricia King Witthuhn Donna M. Wolfinger Irwin S. & Carol Hait Wolosky Gary L. & Brenda J. Woods Scott A. & Amy J. Woomer William R. & Diane P. Worley Roger P. & Betty Jean Wurst Kristi M. Brawer Kelly Ann C. Yamashiro Robert A. & Susan M. Yanckello Edward J. Yarosz Gerald E. & Judith Wenner Yeatman Bruce C. & Hattie D. Young John S. & Henrietta P. Zabrenski Deborah Stanko Zacherl Steven W. & Andrea Deach Zebert Deborah King Zerbe John R. & Betty N. Zerby Edward F. Zilcoski Gregory D. & Loretta Zink John M. & Karel A. Zubris
College of Education At a Glance Undergraduate Degrees and Programs
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 & 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: Mark Houser, Rusty Myers, Randy Persing 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 If you would like to discontinue delivery of printed materials to your home, and instead receive an e-mail alerting you when the College has published anything online, please e-mail EdMagazine@psu.edu. Please include your first and last name and graduation year with the subject line: “online magazine only.”
Penn State College of Education Annual Report 2009
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The 2009 Penn State College of Education Annual Report includes important information about the College's activities and growth over 2009. I...
Published on Jan 7, 2010
The 2009 Penn State College of Education Annual Report includes important information about the College's activities and growth over 2009. I...