Who am I?

I'm Robin Yaure, Senior Instructor of Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State Mont Alto Campus.  I am coordinator of the Baccalaureate program in HDFS at the campus.  I teach a bunch of courses, including Introduction to Human Development, Infancy and Child Development, and Advanced Child Development.  I also supervise students preparing for internships at both the associate (HDFS 395) and baccalaureate levels (HDFS 401) in HDFS here at the campus.  I offer a course for education majors to complete 60 hours of observations to make sure they really want to be teachers (CI 295).  I also supervise the internship for associate degree HDFS students (the last four credits of HDFS 395).  I offer a course for students who want to do observations in human service agencies (HDFS 330).  I think those are all of my classes.  At least the ones at Mont Alto.

I am also a co-director of the HDFS in Rome program for Penn State.  I have worked on this project for the last year, which culminated in three and a half glorious weeks in Rome this past summer.  We are already making plans for this coming year's program.  We attended the International Programs Fair at University Park on September 23 and met a lot of students who are interested in the program.  How exciting!

In my other life, I am PTSA president at a middle school in Frederick County, Maryland.  I am very involved in PTA both at the middle school and elementary levels.  I like to sew, quilt, read, and travel.   



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