ESU College of Education Wins Excellence in Education Award

Excellence in Education Award

Posted by: Elizabeth Richardson on May 16, 2024, No Comments

East Stroudsburg University’s College of Education was recognized by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 (CIU20) with an Excellence in Education Award. The College of Education was honored for the Aspiring Educator Pathway Project (AEPP).

The vision of ESU’s AEPP is to proactively combat the education workforce shortage, by working collaboratively with local school entities and community partners in the development of future teacher clubs and developing cohorts of students to learn more about the profession of education.

Pictured from left to right accepting the award during a ceremony on May 9 are; Dr. Beth Rajan-Sockman, professor and department chair of professional and secondary education; Ms. Robyn Weaver, equity officer at Pocono United Way; Dr. Gina Scala; professor and department chair of special education and rehabilitation; Dr. Brooke Langan, dean of ESU’s College of Education; Dr. Nurun Begum, professor and department chair of early childhood and elementary education; and Mrs. Jaclyn Kessel, director of field experiences and partnerships.

To learn more about ESU’s Aspiring Educator Pathway Project visit