Bettina Love was recently appointed to serve on the Old Fourth Ward Economic Security Task Force in Atlanta. The Old Fourth Ward neighborhood is the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. and home to Ebenezer Baptist Church.
The clinic is supporting audiology patients through a new curbside service model, which reduces physical contact between patients and audiologists. Speech-language patients can engage with the clinic via telepractice.
Assistant professor Cameron Byerley and her research team are conducting interviews with U.S. and South Korean participants to gain insight about their understanding of mathematical models as the pandemic unfolds.
Briana Bivens, a third-year doctoral student, works in the Mary Frances Early College of Education's Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and advocates for local groups through community organizing.
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from the Mary Frances Early College of Education, Christina Smith will serve as a first-grade teacher at Whit Davis Elementary School in Athens-Clarke County.
Kayla Flanagan will graduate with her Ph.D. in science education this spring and continue her work as a program coordinator in the Mary Frances Early College of Education's Office of Information Technology.
Kevin Burke was selected for the 2019-2020 Kofi Lomotey Outstanding Reviewer Award. The award, established in 2017, recognizes an individual for exceptional quality and quantity of reviews during an academic year.
UGA baseball player Emerson Hancock and swimmer Zoie Hartman—both students in the department of kinesiology—received awards for their individual achievements and outstanding teamwork as student-athletes.