Jason M. Kosmiski, a Penn West graduate student, was recently named the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications Graduate Student of the Year.

Kosmiski, who is pursuing a Master of Education in advanced studies in education with a concentration in educational technology and online teaching, is an English language arts educator at Cranberry High School, Venango County. He received the Paul W. Welliver Outstanding Student Award. This recognition, named in honor of former Penn State professor and PAECT founding member Paul W. Welliver, is presented to the top graduate student in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who has demonstrated the most significant impact on the field of educational technology.