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Study aims to enhance citizens’ understanding of COVID-19 data

June 1, 2020
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.

Professors discuss effect of COVID-19 on education

May 29, 2020
Stephanie Jones and Hilary Hughes, faculty members in the College's department of educational theory and practice, participated in UGA’s Ask Me Anything series on Thursday, May 21.

Examining social justice through theory and education

May 19, 2020
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.

OIT provides personal assistance during COVID-19

May 12, 2020
The College's Office of Information Technology is helping faculty and staff who are teleworking from home transition to online formats with emerging learning tools and pedagogy.

Meet a #MFECOEgreatgrad: Shea Duckworth

May 6, 2020
Shea Duckworth is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sport science this spring. As a physical therapist, she can make a lasting impact on the lives of her patients.

Meet a #MFECOEgreatgrad: Christina Smith

May 5, 2020
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.

Coordinating efforts to protect medical professionals

May 5, 2020
UGA Mary Frances Early College of Education alumni and staff are working together to produce face shields for local medical professionals.

Meet a #MFECOEgreatgrad: Marcus Jones

May 4, 2020
Marcus Jones will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders and pursue a career in medical speech therapy.

Meet a #MFECOEgreatgrad: Kayla Flanagan

May 2, 2020
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.

Meet a #MFECOEgreatgrad: Ashley Kehoe

May 2, 2020
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders, Ashley Kehoe plans to pursue a career in speech pathology.

Meet a #MFECOEgreatgrad: Caleb Thomas

April 30, 2020
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in social studies education, Caleb Thomas hopes to start his teaching career at either a middle school or high school in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Two College student-athletes receive awards

April 29, 2020
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.

Associate professor receives Kofi Lomotey Outstanding Reviewer Award from Urban Education

April 29, 2020
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.

Q&A: CABER’s new telehealth model assists students with special needs during COVID-19

April 28, 2020
Kevin Ayres and Joel Ringdahl, professors in the department of communication sciences and special education, discuss the UGA Center for Autism and Behavioral Education Research's new telehealth model.

Anneliese A. Singh named Tulane University’s first chief diversity officer

April 24, 2020
Singh, professor and associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion, was recently named Tulane University’s first associate provost for diversity and faculty development, effective July 20.

Mary Frances Early College of Education students receive university-level honors

April 24, 2020
Several students in the Mary Frances Early College of Education received university-level honors this spring.

2020 Mary Frances Early College of Education Distinguished Alumni Awards honor eight for their achievements

April 24, 2020
This year, seven graduates of the College and a professor emeritus received 2020 Distinguished Alumni Awards to recognize their career achievements and community leadership.

Assistant professor receives the 2020 Illinois Qualitative Dissertation Award

April 23, 2020
Maureen Flint was selected as the winner in the Experimental Category of the 2020 Illinois Qualitative Dissertation Award, International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.

Putting policies into practice

April 21, 2020
Future educator Mel Kutner turned their time in academia into a passion for philosophy and theoretical practice.

Luft receives 2020 Distinguished Research Professor Award

April 21, 2020
Julie Luft, the Athletic Association Professor of Mathematics and Science Education, was named a 2020 Distinguished Research Professor during UGA's Honors Week.