Janette Hill, a professor in the department of career and information studies, helped create C2-Health, a web-based tool that aims to increase the number of qualified health care providers during the pandemic.
Roger B. Hill, a professor in the department of career and information studies and head of the department of mathematics and science education, received the award for his work with CTETE’s Twenty-First Century Leadership Academy.
New research by associate professor Theodore Kopcha suggests that computational thinking in young children extends beyond the brain to include bodily movements and interactions with people and the environment.
Ricky Belizaire, a master’s student in the department of counseling and human development services, advises the LGBT student ambassadors and PRISM, a discussion group for queer and trans people of color.
According to a study by associate professor Amanda Giordano, higher social media addiction scores, more hours spent online, and identifying as male significantly predicted cyberbullying perpetration in adolescents.
Stories about the depth of a father-daughter relationship and recollections of a childhood spent in American internment camps during World War II topped the list of children's favorites for the 2021 Georgia Children's Book Awards.
Three students in the College’s department of kinesiology were awarded scholarships by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research and Education Foundation to support their educational endeavors.
Marques Dexter, a fifth-year doctoral student in the department of kinesiology, has been invited to serve as a student representative on NADOHE’s Creating a Framework for Advancing Anti-Racism Strategy on Campus task force.
Marian Higgins, clinical assistant professor in the department of counseling and human development services, will continue to create equitable workspaces by transforming policies and practices to ensure inclusivity and equity.