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December 01, 2016

James Scholar undergraduate students are known for their hard work, leadership abilities, and scholarly contributions in conducting, analyzing, and presenting their own research at the College of Education.

August 18, 2016

Associate Professor Jennifer Cromley of the Department of Educational Psychology has been awarded a three-year grant worth $756,527 from the Institute of Education Sciences for her research project “Inference-Making and Reasoning: Refinement of an Assessment for Use in Gateway Biology Courses.”

July 19, 2016

Jennifer Cromley, an associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, has been awarded a three-year grant worth $756,527 from the Institute of Education Sciences for her research project “Inference-Making and Reasoning: Refinement of an Assessment for Use in Gateway Biology Courses.”

May 17, 2016

An article published by the journal Educational Psychology Review has ranked Associate Professor Jennifer Cromley in the Department of Educational Psychology as one of the top 20 most published educational psychologists in the world. The piece gauged the top five journals in the field.

March 16, 2016

Associate Professor Jennifer Cromley of the Department of Educational Psychology will lead a study funded by the National Science Foundation that will seek to improve the design, learning, and future research of multimedia learning.

November 09, 2010

Jennifer Cromley, assistant professor of educational psychology in Temple’s College of Education, was named a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers by President Barack Obama, the White House announced late last week.

Jennifer Cromley and her team have developed and tested five methods for helping high school science students better understand the diagrams in their textbooks and thereby to learn the science content more effectively. Each method was implemented by putting diagram comprehension tips together with scanned textbook pages and questions for students to answer in class. 

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