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Pascarella ranked among 2022 top scientists

Ernie Pascarella, renowned scholar and faculty emeritus in Higher Education and Student Affairs, was ranked #39 in the world ranking of top 1,000 scientists in the area of social sciences and humanities by Research.com. 
H. Dee Hoover (center) is one of Eight Over Eighty Hawkeyes honored in the inaugural celebration. He is seated in the middle of the other seven honorees, along with UI President Barbara Wilson and UI Center for Advancement President and Chief Executive OfficerLynette Marshall.

Hoover honored in Eight over 80 ceremony

University of Iowa College of Education alumnus, H. Dee Hoover, was honored as one of the Eight over 80 award winners as a Hawkeye who continues to make an impact well beyond retirement.
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Murley, Hopkins bring valuable expertise to Educational Leadership program

Mark Hopkins (clinical assistant professor) and Stephen Murley (clinical instructor) are joining the college's Educational Leadership program.
Megan Foley Nicpon

Foley Nicpon named new director of Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development

Megan Foley Nicpon, an internationally recognized expert in counseling psychology and twice-exceptionality, has been named the new director of the University of Iowa College of Education’s Connie Belin & Jacqueline N. Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development and the new Myron and Jacqueline N. Blank Endowed Chair in Gifted Education.
Spring 2022 graduate Zac Gavin receives BA in science education and BS in science studies.

Delivering fun to the science classroom

Teaching runs in Zac Gavin’s blood. The soon-to-be University of Iowa graduate will become part of the third generation of teachers in his family, and he can’t wait to inspire future generations at his alma mater in Maquoketa, Iowa.
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College of Education faculty honored with outstanding research awards

Four faculty members were honored with the University of Iowa College of Education Outstanding Research Awards at the spring faculty and staff meeting on Thursday, May 12.
Left to right: Saba Ali, Megan Foley Nicpon, Lia Plakans, Pam Wesely, Daniel Clay, Mark McDermott, Noel Estrada Hernandez, Liz Hollingworth

College recognized for using data to drive continuous improvement, excellence

The University of Iowa College of Education was recently recognized as a role model organization for its commitment to continuous improvement and performance excellence.
UI College of Education graduate student Jin Chang

In the News: Chang's oral history project documents Asian history at UI

Graduate student Jin Chang has compiled an oral history project devoted to the experiences of Asians and Asian Americans at the university.
Alex Pauls

Pauls pursues doctorate in school psychology to help youth and families

Alex Pauls wants to help children through applied behavior analysis to create meaningful change.
Tucker Chorpening

Chorpening encourages self-discovery during educational journey

Tucker Chorpening will inspire fellow graduates as the student commencement speaker at the May 2022 College of Education Undergraduate Commencement and Teacher Education Program Recognition Ceremony.