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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.

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.

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

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

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.

Amazing Student: Tyler Haaland

November 26, 2018
Senior blends business sense with love of sports as a dual major. 'My ultimate goal is to be a CFO for a sports team,' he says.

District welcomes 8 professors-in-residence

November 16, 2018
The Professional Development School District executive committee initiated a new process for selecting professors-in-residence from UGA to serve in the Clarke County School District for the 2018-19 school year.

Committee overseeing partnership welcomes 4 new members

November 16, 2018
New school members are Xernona Thomas, and Claire Suggs of the Clarke County School District and Denise Spangler and Erica Gilbertson of the UGA College of Education.

College of Education dean launches Office of (School) Engagement task force

November 16, 2018
Over the summer, Denise Spangler, dean of the UGA College of Education, initiated a task force to rethink the future of the Office of School Engagement.

Camp DIVE’s 3rd summer offers new opportunities

November 16, 2018
The program, a partnership among the UGA College of Education, Clarke County School District and the Athens-Clarke County community, continued to provide enriching, hands-on learning experiences for campers as well as new leadership and arts-based opportunities.

Sport management student receives UGA Disability Resource Center scholarship

November 15, 2018
Tyler Farmer was one of 29 UGA students recognized at the Disability Resource Center’s annual reception on Oct. 18 in the Grand Hall of Tate Student Center.

Doctoral student wins 2018 Georgia Women’s Chess Championship

November 14, 2018
Alisa Scherbakova won her first chess championship at the age of 10. Today, the third-year doctoral student is the 2018 Georgia Women’s Chess Champion.

College partnership uses literacy to build bridges

November 14, 2018
New activities in Parkview Homes’ community center offer experiences to residents, UGA students.

Study: New approaches to school discipline still fall short of goals

November 13, 2018
Despite gains made by alternatives to suspension, low-income and minority students continue to be disproportionately disciplined, according to a new study by a College of Education professor.

Active classrooms, active learning

November 12, 2018
Instructional technologies encourage collaboration and engagement among students and faculty in UGA’s College of Education.

Amazing Student: Mary Terry

November 12, 2018
As a student-athlete and a College of Education student ambassador, Mary Terry is committed to serving the campus and community and has been honored for that passion several times over.

Four faculty members receive 2018-2019 SEC Faculty Travel grants

November 8, 2018
College of Education faculty members Tisha Ellison, Ellen Evans, Peter Smagorinsky and Dorothy White received 2018-2019 Southeastern Conference Faculty Travel grants to bolster intra-SEC collaboration.