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July 28, 2015 – Wendy Gentry got the 2015-16 Strohbehn Internship.

Instructional Design and Technology doctoral student Wendy Gentry has been selected by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology as the 2015-16 Strohbehn Intern, one of the most prestigious awards in the field. The Strohbehn Internship is awarded to a graduate student who displays exemplary leadership potential and dedication to AECT and the field. Read more.

Dr. Katrise Perera, Congratulations on NASS award.



Dr. Katrise Perera, a doctoral graduate of the Educational Leadership program in the School of Education, was named 2015 Superintendent of the Year by the National Association of School Superintendents (NASS). The annual award recognizes extraordinary leadership and accomplishments among school superintendents across the country. Selections are based on three primary criteria: outstanding achievement as a superintendent, demonstrated belief in continuous improvement, and commitment to collaboration in the profession. Read more.

ITMA degree program ranked best 7th on The Best Schools.

Virginia Tech’s Online M.A. in Education, Curriculum and Instruction focusing on Instructional Technology  (ITMA) degree program through its Department of Learning Sciences and Technologies ranked among the best (7th!) in the article titled “The Best Online Master in Curriculum and Instruction Degree Programs” by an organization The Best Schools. Read more.