Officials at Long Beach State University have announced the selection of Carmen Tillery Taylor as the campus’ new vice president for student services. Interim President Donald J. Para on behalf of President-Designate Jane Conoley made the announcement to the campus community on Tuesday morning.
Hagedorn, an associate dean in the College of Human Sciences, led the forum in Vietnam to identify innovative practices and approaches to enhance teaching and learning.
Nine articles were nominated for this award. The citation is as follows:
Yusop, F., & Correia, A.-P. (2013). On becoming a civic-minded instructional designer: An ethnographic study of an instructional design experience. British Journal of Educational Technology. Article first published online: 6 November 2013. doi: 10.1111/bjet.12112. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjet.12112/abstract
Sammi (Samantha) Roelfs, a junior in elementary education, is featured today in this Inside Iowa State article about Cyclone Aides as Iowa State University welcomes new students during orientation this month.
The Iowa School Business Management Academy (ISBMA or the “Academy”) prepares school business managers, board secretaries, and school administrators for performance of their business management responsibilities. The courses are designed to improve management and leadership abilities of school personnel responsible for human resource services, business functions, and finance operations in Iowa’s schools.
School of Education Director John Schuh received a 2014 Faculty/Staff Inspiration Award from the Iowa State University Alumni Association.
Gregory Grylls, a 2004 graduate, traveled from Kenya to Japan to Des Moines to shape his career in education. Grylls is now putting his background to work as principal at Cowles Montessori School.
Rey Junco, a new associate professor in the School of Education, joins Iowa State after serving as an associate professor of library science at Purdue University. He published an opinion piece yesterday at CNN.com on sexting with adolescence and adults.
Laird, a Mitchellville Elementary school teacher who received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Iowa State in 2008 and 2013, is this year’s grand prize winner of the IRA Award for Technology and Reading, awarded by the International Reading Association.