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Comforting the grieving while gathered for Thanksgiving

November 22, 2019

How can we assist those grieving when everyone is celebrating during Thanksgiving and the holiday season? Tangible support can be key to supporting individuals who are grieving in light of the holiday season, says Heather Servaty-Seib, a professor of counseling psychology in Purdue University’s College of Education. Servaty-Seib researches the experiences of grief and loss and […]

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College of Education earns accreditation

November 15, 2019

Purdue University’s College of Education earned accreditation this week for its continuing development of promising teachers. The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) issued notice to the College of Education and Purdue President Mitch Daniels indicating it had been granted accreditation specifically for the college’s undergraduate teacher education programs. The news is a […]

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Faculty, News

$2 Million grant to fund Gifted Education students

November 3, 2019

A $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education was awarded to the Purdue College of Education to investigate closing excellence and opportunity gaps for students from underserved populations in gifted education. Nielsen Pereira, assistant professor in gifted, creative and talented studies, will spearhead this research project. Pereira will be joined by co-principal investigators […]

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Faculty, News

Department of Education grant to fund Purdue Special Education students

November 3, 2019

A $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education Office for Special Education Programs was awarded to the Purdue College of Education to provide special education doctoral students with full funding throughout their program of study. This project, named Project Co-LEAD, is a consortium between Purdue University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and […]

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Alumni, Awards, News

Purdue University honors alumni for the Distinguished Education Alumni Awards

October 18, 2019

Purdue University’s College of Education will honor three distinguished Purdue alumni during its 2019 Distinguished Education Alumni Awards (DEAA) event on Friday, Nov. 1. Pamela R. Clinkenbeard, James T. McDonald, III, and Martha Nyikos are the recipients of this year’s distinguished alumni award. The DEAA was established in 2006 to honor outstanding professional achievements in […]

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Centers, News

Education grant works to put new teachers in Indiana schools

October 3, 2019

Purdue University’s College of Education and Indianapolis Public Schools are teaming up on a new project to expand the access the city’s students have to STEM education. The project, called the Indy STEM Teacher Residency, aims to bring as many as 60 new teachers into the fold and improve the opportunities for students to learn […]

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Events, News, Undergraduate Students

Purdue’s College of Education invites students for Become a Teacher Day

September 12, 2019

Prospective students in education and their parents can learn more about Purdue’s College of Education during its annual, daylong Become a Teacher Day event. The college is expecting at least 160 high school students from Indiana and beyond for this year’s Become a Teacher Day. The event will be a day filled with fun, learning […]

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Events, News

15th Year Celebrating Constitution Day at Purdue University

September 12, 2019

The way Purdue celebrates Constitution Day has changed in the last 15 years, but the need for doing so remains the same.  The same concerns remain today as Purdue seeks an effective way to ensure that graduates have the basic civic knowledge they need to be effective citizens.  Indeed, civic literacy has been a topic […]

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Hosting High School Students from US and 45 European Countries for Transatlantic Institute

July 3, 2019

Purdue University’s College of Education is hosting 55 top high school age scholars from the United States and 45 European countries on campus for the Ben Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute. The institute is an intensive academic exchange program with a focus on global issues for 16- 18-year-olds who were chosen through a rigorous selection […]

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Looking to the next 150 years

May 8, 2019

The College of Education is well positioned to tackle the challenges the next 150 years will bring and turn them into opportunities to make a difference in the lives of others.

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