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Temple Releases Fifth Edition

This spring, Professor of Education Charles Temple completed the fifth edition of "Children's Books in Children's Hands: A Brief Introduction to Their Literature, Loose-Leaf Version," with Pearson eText. This latest edition of the guide for current and prospective teachers is in a four-color format, with more ancillaries and electronic extensions than in any previous edition. "Children's Books i...  More >>

Students Reflect on Clinton Global Initiative

Nicole O'Connell '16 and Meaghan Mahoney '14 were among approximately 1,000 undergraduate students from around the world selected to take part in the Clinton Global Initiative University this year. Former President Bill Clinton launched the University in 2007, modeled after the Clinton Global Initiative which brings together world leaders to take action on global challenges. The organization annu...  More >>

One Bead Receives Key Donation

One Bead, a nonprofit organization Sara Wroblewski '13 created to raise money for a school in Kenya, has received a $40,000 contribution from a private donor, enabling her to work for the organization full-time for the next year. While Wroblewski is the chief executive officer of One Bead, she has not drawn a salary from the organization and has been working in the development office of Massachus...  More >>

Collins Returns to Youth Theatre

After a 10-year hiatus from the Geneva Theatre Guild Youth Theatre, Professor of Education Pat Collins P'09 has returned to direct the Youth Theatre's production of "HONK!" this summer. Collins describes "HONK!" as a "poignant yet hilarious contemporary rock version of the Ugly Duckling." It will be performed at the Geneva High School Auditorium, Friday, Aug. 1 through Sunday, Aug. 3. The primary...  More >>

Moloney '13, MAT'14 Teaching in Singapore

Kathryn Moloney '13, MAT'14 will begin her career in education beginning this August as a first grade teacher at Stamford American International School in Singapore (SAIS). "I think children need to be taught by someone who can connect with them in and outside of the classroom, regardless of our upbringing," Moloney says. "I can't wait to teach in Singapore so that I can not only teach, but learn...  More >>

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