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Alumna earns Knowles teaching fellowship

August 6, 2014
Alumna earns Knowles teaching fellowship

Michigan State University alumna Sarah DiMaria has been selected to receive the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation’s fellowship for early-career mathematics and science teachers. DiMaria is one of 32 people selected for the 2014 cohort, from a pool of more than 180 applicants. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from MSU in 2012, and...
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MAET program hosts first Maker Day event

July 25, 2014
MAET program hosts first Maker Day event

The Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program recently designed and co-hosted Maker Day at Michigan State University. More than 50 students, faculty members and families with young children attended the free event, held at the MSU Main Library. Students from the East Lansing-based hybrid cohort of MAET (who are practicing K-12 educators) led...
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Stroupe receives dissertation award

July 7, 2014
Stroupe receives dissertation award

David Stroupe, assistant professor of teacher education at Michigan State University, was recently honored for completing the most outstanding dissertation in 2014 among doctoral students at the University of Washington College of Education. Committee members selected Stroupe’s work, “Students drive where I go next: Ambitious practice, beginning teacher learning, and classroom epistemic communities,” to...
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Posted in Academics, CITE PhD Program, College News, Master of Arts in Teaching and Curriculum, Research, Secondary Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Preparation |

PhD candidate receives Spencer Fellowship

June 25, 2014
PhD candidate receives Spencer Fellowship

Julie Nurnberger-Haag, a PhD candidate in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET), has been awarded a 2014 National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship. Nurnberger-Haag was chosen—amidst hundreds of applications—to be one of 30 receiving a $25,000 award to write her dissertation about student learning of negative numbers. The fellowship is designed to support those whose dissertations show potential for...
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