July 29, 2015



Education forum brings ideas to the table

ASU's Mari Koerner says making teaching a more prestigious career choice for incoming students is an important ingredient in improving education.


Doctoral student honored as outstanding school principal

Juan Medrano is a 2010 recipient of the Outstanding Principal Award from the Arizona Hispanic School Administrators Association.


Professors to co-edit prestigious education research journal

Three ASU professors have been named co-editors of the 2012 and 2014 issues of the American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) annual journal, Review of Research in Education, the premier publication of international educational research.


Education professor wins prestigious book award

James Klein, a professor of educational technology in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, has won a prestigious award for a book he co-wrote. “Design and Development Research” received the James W. Brown Publication Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.


Educational technology program top-ranked for productivity

In the recently released 2010 edition of the Educational Media and Technology Yearbook, ASU's educational technology graduate program is ranked No. 2 worldwide as measured by number of publications in the field’s top two journals.


Linguist challenges language learning assessment

Applied linguistics professor Jeff MacSwan recently examined a language assessment which identified some children as “non-nons” who, according to the test, know neither English nor Spanish.


Professor helps revolutionize engineering education

Associate professor Jenefer Husman is changing the way students enter engineering programs by exploring how personal motivation affects students' abilities to succeed in the field.


Science scholarship program celebrates first graduating class

Eight outstanding science education students became the first graduates of ASU’s Science Teachers for Arizona Recruitment and Retention initiative (STARR), funded by the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Robert Noyce Scholarship program.


Girls got game: Professor helps close computer science gender gap

An ASU professor is helping girls get involved in modding games so that they can build valuable skills and support networks.


Teachers College dean wins ASU achievement award

Mari Koerner, dean of the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, has been honored for outstanding achievement and contributions in the area of enhancing opportunities for women.

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