David Edwin Stone, Ph.D. was recently appointed Director of Collaborative Programs in the Office of the Vice President for the Commonwealth Campuses at Penn State University. In this role he oversee the strategic development and delivery of a broad portfolio of academic programs at the 20 commonwealth campuses to meet the learning needs of traditional… more »
From Facebook to our own Kappa Delta Pi chapter, there are numerous ways to connect with your fellow College of Education alumni. Join us for our monthly meetings, find us at socials, enjoy special events or meet us online.
Dr. Frances Davis and Mr. Craig Hoover are the recipients of the 2014 Georgia Sate University College of Education Distinguished Alumni Award Dr. Frances Davis
Dr. Frances Davis earned her Ed.S. degree in 1994 from Georgia State University in Educational Leadership and Supervision and her PhD from Georgia State University in Educational Leadership and… more »
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Read stories about College of Education students, faculty and alumni from our premier issue of IN the College of Education magazine.
Meetings are held on Thursday evenings in the Forum, 10th floor of the College of Education Building Suite 1030 beginning at 5:45 p.m. with dinner followed by the business meeting at 6:00 p.m. and usually concluding by 7:30. An rsvp is required for dinner.
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Here are just a few new benefits for our members Online communities where you will be able to connect to classmates, find mentors, post classifies ads, register for a permanent e-mail address and let classmates know your latest news A student-alumni program to connect students to alumni and help establish and maintain college traditions A… more »
As a father of two, a longtime family therapist and founder of Active Parenting Publishers – an Atlanta-based company that develops web-based and online educational tools for moms and dads – Michael Popkin (M.Ed. ’75, Ph.D. ’80) knows full well that parenting isn’t easy. So he decided to write a how-to manual for desparate families called, “Taming the Spirited Child: Strategies for Parenting Challenging Children Without Breaking Their Spirits.”
Some little boys, when you ask them, will claim that they want to be professional athletes when they grow up. Or firemen. Or superheroes. When Anthony Stinson (M.Ed. ’86, Ed.S. ’96) was a child, he knew what he wanted to be: a teacher.
Karin Korb (M.S. ’03) was an active do-gooder long before she’d devoted her adult life to lifting others up, the kind of person who, as a child, invited the homeless to her house for meals, became the first altar girl in the state of New Jersey and even thought about becoming a nun. But when she broke her back at 17 while practicing a routine gymnastics vault and lost the use of both of her legs, it cemented the notion that her life would have a special purpose.
Carolyn Hall (Ed.S. ’93) has dedicated her life to making a difference in children’s lives. She spent the bulk of her career in south central Los Angeles, working for 16 years in the sprawling Los Angeles Unified School District, the second-largest school system in the country. She then moved more than 2,000 miles to Georgia, where she spent a stint in suburban Atlanta as the principal of two Cobb County elementary schools.