The fall edition of the College of Education Alumni Magazine has been posted on issuu.com, and there are a lot of great stories to share. Our magazine has a slightly new format, which we hope will make it easier for you to find stories by topic.
As was the case this spring, we will not be sending out a printed version, due to changes implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As Dean Kimberly A. Lawless explains in her Dean's Message, you can read our stories individually on Penn State News, or you can read the digital magazine in its entirety on issuu.com. For those of you who prefer a print publication, there is an option on issuu.com to download the magazine as a PDF file, which you then can print at home.
This edition features:
News & Notes
- What’s student life like during a pandemic?
- A semester like no other: Faculty, students adjust to pandemic-altered environment
- Pandemic altered Development team engagement, but mission remains intact
- College of Education launches effort to do away with systemic inequities
- Office reorganization enhances commitment to equity and inclusion
- New program, and alumni, assist students unable to return to campuses
- Faculty studying role of funding in exacerbating educational inequality
- Study demonstrates importance of government investment in education
- Research news in brief
- Alumni, students forge bonds, find camaraderie through mentoring program
- #GivingTuesday to benefit social equity initiatives
- Impact news in brief
As always, we welcome your feedback at email@example.com.