By Trevor Havard, College of Education intern VANCOUVER, Wash. – Research into STEM education in grades K-8 will be taken statewide with funding from the College of Education Berry Family Fellowship recently won by Tamara Nelson, professor of teaching and learning at Washington State University Vancouver.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University College of Education is upping the ante on its commitment to international initiatives by announcing faculty-led study abroad programs this summer to Costa Rica, Japan, and South Korea.
By Lindsey Smith, College of Education intern PULLMAN, Wash. – Classrooms across the country have long been inundated with a variety of tests to measure the effectiveness of teachers. Washington State University professor Brian French may soon be able to tell you which ones will actually work.
BOTHELL, Wash. – There’s a special education problem in Washington state, and Megan Itani (’02 B.A.) is trying to help fix it. She’s a student in a cohort-based special education leadership program, still in its infancy.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Julia Melvin had a few things given to her from mom: her name, for one, as well as her artistic abilities. Now the soon-to-be senior has combined the two and won the 2014 Inga Kromann Book Award.