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Amazing Student: Jonga Lee

Doctoral student Jonga Lee's passion for K-12 education is inspired by her deep-seated concerns and interests regarding the education system, both in Korea and globally.

Congratulations to the College’s 23 First Honor Graduates for spring 2024

A record-breaking number of First Honor Graduates in the College will be recognized at UGA's spring 2024 Undergraduate Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 10.

Three students in College of Education receive 2024 Presidential Award of Excellence

Undergraduate students Claire Hauf, Casey Jokay, and Caroline Reedy were recognized for their exceptional achievements in academics, extracurricular activities, and service to UGA and their College.

Amazing Student: Carter Phillipps

Carter Phillipps (B.S.Ed. '24) pursues a career path in physical therapy through work and volunteer experiences.

Study links childhood trauma, emotional abuse to sex addiction in men

Emotional baggage is often viewed as a minor inconvenience, but a new study suggests that emotional trauma may play a bigger role in the development of addictive behaviors in men.

UGA graduate programs among nation’s best in new rankings

In this year’s rankings, the College moved up one spot from last year to No. 30, and several of its programs ranked in the top 10.

College faculty members, graduate student recognized during 2024 Honors Week

This year, nine faculty members and a graduate student in the College were recognized for their accomplishments in both the classroom and in the local community.

Jimenez-Castellanos named executive director of UGA’s Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education

Oscar Jimenez-Castellanos, a nationally renowned scholar and researcher with more than 20 years in education, has been named executive director of the Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education.

Professor receives UGA’s Bobbi Meeler Sahm Award for Service and Outreach

Anna Abraham received the award to support a partnership between the Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development and the Clarke County School District.

New study establishes VR’s potential for helping autistic people navigate the world

A new study from associate professor Matthew Schmidt provides a foundation for using virtual reality and artificial intelligence to help autistic people better navigate the world.
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