IU School of Education Centennial
The Indiana University School of Education held its 100th Anniversary Commemorative Ceremony in the school's atrium Nov. 17, 2008. Dean Gerardo Gonzalez presided over the event and reflected on the accomplishments of the school's first century.
Dean Gonzalez (left) greets former Bloomington Chancellor Kenneth Gros Louis.
President McRobbie (left) and IU Bloomington Provost Karen Hanson (center) listen to Dean Gonzalez address the crowd gathered for the celebration.
President McRobbie (left) listens to remarks by Bloomington Mayor and School of Education alumnus Mark Kruzan.
President McRobbie addresses ceremony attendees.
IU School of Education alumns Sue Talbot (left), an IU trustee, and Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan participated in the festivities.
Deborah Meier (left), a founder of the small schools movement in the U.S., donated her personal papers to the library's collection. The gift was announced at the School of Education's centennial celebration.
Provost Hanson (left) talks to student Danya Greenberg following the ceremony.
Students walk through one of the corridors in the IU School of Education building.