Ankrum and Colleagues Presented with Award at (Virtual) Literacy Conference

Julie Ankrum and a team of colleagues to were awarded the Area 3 Best Paper Award at the seventieth annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association. The presentation, titled “Adaptive Teaching Observation Protocol (ATOP): Examining Expert Teachers of Literacy Instruction,” was presented at the virtual conference on December 3, 2020.


Faculty, Staff, and Students Hear Presentation on Protecting Yourself from Phishing and Other Online Threats

Students who are mindful in their online sharing and searching enhance their privacy, income, social opportunities, and employment prospects. The faculty, staff, and students listed below engaged students in a panel presentation titled “Digital Citizenship What Successful Students Know” on October 27,

Machado Coauthors Book Chapter

Abdulsalami Ibrahim, Assistant Professor at Millersville University, and Crystal Machado coauthored a book chapter titled “Increasing Teacher Educators’ Access and Use of Instructional and Web Based Technologies in Sub Saharan Africa Findings from a Mixed-Method Study. ”

Sibert Receives Frank S. Manchester Award

The Pennsylvania Principals Association awarded Susan M. Sibert the Frank S. Manchester Award for excellence in journalism.


Ankrum and Colleagues Publish on Adaptive Teaching Observation Protocol

Julie Ankrum and colleagues published “Documenting adaptive literacy instruction: The Adaptive Teaching Observation Protocol (ATOP)” in Reading Psychology, Volume 41, No. 2, 2020.


ALS Doctoral Candidate Domitrovich Presents at National Association of Colleges and Employers Conference

Josh Domitrovich, doctoral candidate of Administration and Leadership Studies, presented “Creating a Mentoring Program: Using Gamification to Increase Students’ Career Readiness and Graduation Outcomes” at the National Association of Colleges and Employers Conference in Orlando, Florida, in June 2019. 

Doctoral Candidate Zaky Publishes Paper on “Enhancing adult learners' affective domain for transformative learning endorsement”

Hany Zaky, doctoral candidate of Curriculum and Instruction, published a paper titled “Infield education: Enhancing adult learners’ affective domain for transformative learning endorsement,” November 2019 with Cogent OA, part of the Taylor & Francis Group.