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Research

Nov
19

Partnering with African Immigrant Families: Their Perceptions, Their Voice

Find out how re-settled African refugee families' traditions and beliefs impact relationships with professionals, teachers, caseworkers, and the disability law. 

Feb
5

Research Presentations: What Did Ghana Teach Us?

This colloquium highlights the student capstone projects and papers of the 2015 Ghana Study Abroad in Education! Program.

Feb
9

Faculty Social Justice Research Presentation

Natoya Haskins and Anneliese Singh will describe two studies in progress exploring the lived experiences of faculty of color in academic settings.

Mar
15

Poverty Education at UGA

Come hear Merrily Dunn speak about her study examining the experiences of UGA students, faculty, and staff as they engage in volunteer and service learning activities.

Sep
9

Research Colloquium: Phaedra Corso

The College of Education's Research Colloquium Series brings scholars from the College, across UGA and across the country to speak on topics relevant to our research.

Sep
16

Research Colloquium: working With Human Subjects (IRB)

The College of Education's Research Colloquium Series brings scholars from the College, across UGA and across the country to speak on topics relevant to our research.

Sep
23

Research Colloquium: Suzanne Wilson

The College of Education's Research Colloquium Series brings scholars from the College, across UGA and across the country to speak on topics relevant to our research.

Oct
14

Research Colloquium: Phil Ackerman

The College of Education's Research Colloquium Series brings scholars from the College, across UGA and across the country to speak on topics relevant to our research.

Oct
21

Research Colloquium: Anders Ericsson

The College of Education's Research Colloquium Series brings scholars from the College, across UGA and across the country to speak on topics relevant to our research.

Oct
25

Rehumanizing Mathematics: Should That Be Our Goal?

Dr. Rochelle Gutiérrez will discuss the subtle (and not so subtle) ways in which mathematics teachers, parents, learners, and researchers can be complicit with dehumanizing practices.

Oct
25

Knowledge 'for' Versus Knowledge 'about' Teaching: Specialized Physical Science Content Courses for Teachers

Dr. Hanuscin, a professor of science education at the University of Missouri, will present on a project that promotes collaborative work between physicists and science educators.

Oct
27

Resegregation as Curriculum: What the New Segregation in U.S. Schools is Teaching Children

Jerry Rosiek will discuss his 10-year study of a school district undergoing a process of racial resegregation, examining the ways this "new racial segregation" was rationalized and the psychological and sociological effects it had on the children of all races in that community.

Nov
18

Research Colloquium: Pedro Portes

The College of Education's Research Colloquium Series brings scholars from the College, across UGA and across the country to speak on topics relevant to our research.

Feb
10

Deadline for COE Early Career Faculty Grant Applications

College of Education faculty who have been employed in the College for five years or less are eligible to apply for an Early Career Faculty Grant.

Apr
1

Family and Community Literacies Research Speaker Symposium

Award-winning researcher Shirley Brice Heath will talk about family literacy research and her follow-up work about reading to learn and informal learning across communities at a special symposium event.

Apr
21

IARGS Annual Local Speaker Series: Dr. Thomas Crisp

This year's IARGS Local Speaker Series features Dr. Thomas Crisp, assistant professor of literacy in Georgia State University's College of Education and Human Development.

Oct
20

Innovation in Teaching Conference

The Innovation in Teaching Conference highlights innovative teaching practices among educators.