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Sister scholars: Supporting black women in academia and life

January 18, 2019
What started out as an academic writing group evolved into something so much more for three alumnae navigating and exploring their professional and personal identities in higher education.

Assistant professor reconsiders Pre-K 'fade-out' effect

January 17, 2019
Walker Swain discusses whether high-quality early grade teachers can help the Pre-K effect, or the benefits children receive from attending Pre-K, last longer.

Kinesiology researcher receives UGA's 1st Churchill Scholarship

January 14, 2019
The award funds American students as they pursue a one-year master's program in science, mathematics and engineering at the University of Cambridge in England.

A friendship with principle

January 14, 2019
Athens women bond over four decades of memories and a shared love of education.

College of Education’s online degrees ranked among country’s top 5

January 14, 2019
The annual list of best online graduate education programs puts the College tied at No. 5 with Michigan State University and the University of Iowa.

Science education grad student honored for pioneering poultry work

January 7, 2019
Linda Purvis received an award from the UGA College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences for her dedication to building the poultry science program at the University of North Georgia.

Not a guilt trip: Study looks at couples' path to staying in shape

January 7, 2019
Now recruiting new participants, the study looks at how exercising with friends or a partner and with an electronic tracker helps keep older adults active.

New graduate's overseas teaching puts an unexpected twist in her career path

January 4, 2019
Alicia Burgum wanted to experience teaching in New Zealand because of the new ideas she'd learn—but she didn't realize it would turn into a full-time job abroad.

Graduate student wins applied behavior analysis poster contest

January 2, 2019
Kavya Kandarpa, a master’s student in the department of educational psychology, won a poster contest hosted by the Georgia Association for Applied Behavior Analysis.

UGA, Putnam County teachers work to create new model for lessons

December 17, 2018
Project uses images from the National Archives to drive project-based learning.

Professor’s research leaves room for ‘literacies’

December 17, 2018
By connecting with middle and high school students’ needs, Donna Alvermann’s approach to adolescents’ literacies stays current.

PIPs project highlighted by U.S. Department of Education

December 13, 2018
The University of Georgia’s Preparation of Interdisciplinary Providers project in the College of Education received a spotlight in the U.S. Department of Education’s Early Learning newsletter.

Alumna becomes first woman to lead APEC Secretariat

December 12, 2018
Rebecca Fatima Sta. Maria (PhD '00), an alumna of the College of Education, became the first woman appointed as executive director of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Secretariat.

A belief in 'grit over wit'

December 11, 2018
UGA Amazing Student Anita Qualls is working toward a career in academic medicine. Along the way, she has played a key role in the Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction Lab in the College of Education, directed by assistant professor Jarrod A. Call.

Media mention: Call interviewed about evolution of his research program

December 10, 2018
The Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training recently interviewed College of Education assistant professor Jarrod A. Call on the evolution of his lab's Regenerative Rehabilitation research program and his AR3T pilot grant that helped shape his research.

School counselors, alumni honored by Georgia peers

December 4, 2018
Three alumni of the College of Education’s department of counseling and human development services were recently honored by the Georgia School Counselors Association.

Faculty member joins editorial board of flagship counseling journal

November 30, 2018
Collette Chapman-Hilliard, an assistant professor in the department of counseling and human development services, is serving on the editorial board for The Counseling Psychologist.

End-of-semester event blends art, education and research

November 29, 2018
Student showcase highlights issues in education through performance.

Alumnus honored with South Carolina’s highest civilian honor

November 29, 2018
Tom Poland (MEd '75), author of several books on South Carolina, received the Order of the Palmetto in recognition of his lifetime service, achievements and contributions to the state.

Associate dean named to 2019 class of Women’s Leadership Fellows

November 27, 2018
Anneliese Singh was one of nine women at UGA named to the 2019 class of the university's Women's Leadership Fellows Program.