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CHDS professor receives 2015 Ted K. Miller Award for Excellence from SACSA

Laura Dean recently received the Ted K. Miller Award for Excellence from SACSA for her outstanding accomplishments in advancing standards of practice in educational programs and services in higher education.

Former student honored for work in educational measurement

A recent graduate student at the College of Education has been recognized for her work in the field of educational measurement.

Undergraduates' animation finds its way to California classrooms

Students delve into topics such as poverty, disasters and electricity using stop-motion films

Kinesiology labs play a role in successful CURO initiative

In its first year, the University of Georgia’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Assistantship Program has given more than 250 students hands-on experiences.

Student finds a common denominator with calculus, coaching

As a dual major in mathematics education and mathematics, Schoon can unite his passions for math, teaching and coaching as a high school math teacher.

Undergrad's study adds insight to her future career

Most students wait until they are in graduate school before beginning a research project. But not Zoe Yurchuck.

Class ensures fitness for everyone

Wellness program blends research, outreach to benefit all involved.

New report examines the effects of local school diversity plans

Elizabeth DeBray recently co-published a new report analyzing the impact of a little-known federal grant aimed at promoting school diversity.

Professor emerita inducted into the Academy of Community Engagement Scholarship

Lorilee Sandmann was recently inducted into ACES for her longtime professional commitment to community engagement.

New system helps teachers gain back valuable instruction time

Research helps teachers reclaim time lost transitioning to a new subject while increasing student focus.

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