Lorilee Sandmann was recently inducted into ACES for her longtime professional commitment to community engagement.
Known as O'Bannon vs. NCAA, the federal antitrust case centered on the question of whether people would stop watching college sports if the athletes were paid.
Rachael Jones pens award-winning tale, opts for unconventional main characters
Anneliese Singh, an associate professor in the department of counseling and human development services, is the latest expert featured in the American Psychological Association's podcast series, "Speaking of Psychology."In her episode, "Help…
The latest issue of Teaching Tolerance, a blog and magazine produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center, features a question-and-answer with professor Stephanie Jones from the Department of Educational Theory and Practice.
Adapted physical education class offers hands-on experience for future practitioners.
The College of Education is proud to claim two of the four finalists for Georgia's 2016 Superintendent of the Year award as alumni.
Foothills Education Charter High School helps nearly 1,000 get diploma
Research helps teachers reclaim time lost transitioning to a new subject while increasing student focus.
A little-known federal program aimed at promoting school diversity ended up getting watered down at the local level, according to a study co-authored by a University of Georgia College of Education professor.