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Adams receives two awards from GACTE

Associate professor Elaine Adams recently received two awards from the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE).

New tools help assess COVID-19 risks

People can use the COVID-Taser website, created by assistant professor Cameron Byerley, to predict their likelihood of severe illness or death.

Cooper quoted in stories about heatstroke

Bud Cooper, clinical professor and clinical education coordinator, was recently quoted in multiple stories about the effects of heatstroke.

Alumna named full-time director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Clemson University

Birma Gainor (Ph.D. ’10) was recently appointed full-time director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Clemson University.

International Conference of AI-based Assessment in STEM held at UGA

Assistant professor Xiaoming Zhai recently co-chaired the International Conference of AI-based Assessment in STEM.

Alumna seeking justice, equity, and peace through literacy education

Oksana Lushchevska (Ph.D. ’16) writes and translates children's literature that brings awareness to the war in Ukraine and advocates for peace.

National speech language and hearing association receives 2022 Class Gift

UGA’s chapter of the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) received $6,000 from UGA’s 2022 Class Gift.

Doctoral students in counselor education and supervision program receive national recognition

Six doctoral students in the College's counselor education and supervision program recently received national recognition via grants, awards, and program admissions.

Four doctoral students win first-place poster award at the Georgia Psychological Association Annual Conference

Four doctoral students in the counseling psychology program won first place for their poster at this year’s GPA Annual Conference.

Abraham discusses creativity in APA Monitor on Psychology

Professor and Torrance Center director Anna Abraham spoke on creativity in a recent article from the American Psychological Association’s magazine Monitor on Psychology.
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