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Events around our nation have reminded us yet again of the work that remains for all of us in creating a country where racism and bigotry are eliminated and where African American men and women, boys and girls, can live without fear. We are angered and saddened by the death o George Floyd, the victims who came before him, and those killed or otherwise harmed in the wake of Mr. Floyd’s death. We hurt with those who are hurting ad we pledge to continue to work toward a solution in which everyone is treated with civility and respect. Boilermakers must persist, now more than ever, to build a better world together. #purduetogether

A Letter from our Leadership Team

June 4, 2020

College of Education faculty, staff, students, and alumni, We support and amplify the message released from Purdue University on Monday, June 1 (graphic shared with this post). In addition, we share in the outrage and acknowledge the pain, anger, and anguish the black community is feeling on campus, in the community, and across the nation […]

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Awards, Faculty, News

Rispoli and Traynor selected as University Faculty Scholars

May 6, 2020

Mandy Rispoli, professor of special education, and Anne Traynor, associate professor of educational psychology and research methodology, have been selected for the University Faculty Scholars Program. The selection is a five-year appointment and includes an annual allocation of $10,000 to support the faculty member’s research. The University Faculty Scholars Program, created in 1998, is intended to […]

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TJ Rosa and Laura Duke
News, Undergraduate Students

Rosa and Duke Honored at Spring 2020 Commencement

April 30, 2020

We have two students who will be recognized for their achievements at commencement this year! Tori J.K. (TJ) Rosa, elementary education and Honors College, was one of two students selected for the France A. Córdova Award for Leadership in Action. This award honors graduating students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership during their time at Purdue. […]

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Anatoli Rapoport
Faculty, News

Rapoport honored with Outstanding Leadership in Globalization award

April 14, 2020

Anatoli Rapoport, associate professor of curriculum and instruction, has been selected as Purdue University’s 2020 Outstanding Leadership in Globalization. The award recognizes Rapoport’s efforts with global outreach and includes $5,000 to support globalization in learning, discovery or engagement. The Outstanding Leadership in Globalization – Faculty award is one of two new awards created in 2019 […]

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Faculty, News

Faculty Promotions

April 3, 2020

Congratulations to the following faculty who were promoted by Purdue University Board of Trustees on Thursday, April 2! The promotions are effective Aug. 10, 2020.   TO ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: Steven J. Burdick, associate professor of curriculum and instruction Marisa E. Exter, associate professor of curriculum and instruction Rose A. Mason, associate professor of educational studies […]

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Faculty, News

Newton selected with highest teaching honor

March 30, 2020

Jill Newton, associate professor of mathematics education, has been selected as a 2020 Purdue University Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award winner (in memory of Charles B. Murphy). This is Purdue’s highest honor awarded for undergraduate teaching. Jill joins a select group of 12 esteemed colleagues from our college and 223 others from across campus to receive this […]

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graduate programs in top 13 percent
News, Rankings

Graduate Programs in Top 13%

March 17, 2020

We are proud to announce that our graduate programs are ranked 50th nationally by the U.S. News and World Report 2021 Best Education Schools. This puts our programs in the top 13% out of the 393 schools that were ranked. The rankings are based on: peer assessment scores educational professionals assessment scores acceptance rates mean […]

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Academics, Graduate Students, News, Undergraduate Students

COVID-19 Info Specifically for College of Education and Teacher Education Students

March 13, 2020

Last Updated: May 22, 2020 Student Teachers Early Field Experiences Teacher Education Candidates Graduate Students All Current Students Prospective Undergraduate Students Contact Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Purdue University will host classes remotely for the remainder of the spring semester. See the things you need to know about COVID-19 on this regularly updated page. Below […]

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Events, Faculty, Graduate Students, News, Research

Faculty and grad students to present research in San Francisco

February 29, 2020

126 faculty and graduate students from the College of Education and Purdue University will present their research during more than 200 sessions at the 2020 American Education Research Association Annual Meeting. The conference will take place April 17 through April 21 in San Francisco. In addition, we are hosting a reception on Saturday, April 18, […]

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Academics, News, Rankings

Online Master’s Programs Rank Top-tier

January 14, 2020

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University College of Education online graduate programs received accolades in the newest U.S. News & World Report rankings issued Tuesday (Jan. 14). The report listed four College of Education online master’s programs in the top fifteen nationally with our overall ranking for all online master’s programs collectively ranked in the […]

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