$1.8 million grant to improve post-concussion driving safety
Funded by NIH and led by associate professor Julianne Schmidt, the study will provide recommendations for when individuals with concussions are safe to drive again.
Alumnus featured in Autism Parenting Magazine
Benjamin Boudreaux (Ph.D. ’22), an alumnus of the College's doctoral program in kinesiology, was profiled in Autism Parenting Magazine for promoting living a healthy lifestyle with autism and type 1 diabetes.
Faculty member, Clarke County students reconnect on campus
Elementary education majors in the College first met clinical associate professor Morgan Faison through school district programs centered on teaching.
Assistant professor receives $1.7 million award from U.S. Department of State
Giovanni Dazzo, an assistant professor in the Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy, received the award for his research project, “Promoting Rights-Based Evaluation (PRE).”
Using mixed-reality simulations in the classroom
Students can gain experience when a practicum setting is not available, or practice what they’ve learned before going into a school setting, through the use of a simulation tool.
School counselors report prevalence of vaping, gaming issues among adolescents
According to a new study by associate professor Amanda Giordano, most high school counselors report a lack of formalized training in vaping and internet gaming.
College alumna, Aderhold relative visits children’s literature class
Pam Aderholt Morris (B.S.Ed. ’79) graduated with a degree in early childhood education and taught for more than 30 years.
Eight Bulldog 100 companies linked to the Mary Frances Early College of Education
The University of Georgia’s 2024 Bulldog 100 list honors nine alumni from the College. The winners were measured by their business’s compounded annual growth rate over a three-year period.
Congratulations to the College’s fall 2023 First Honor Graduates!
Three First Honor Graduates in the College will be recognized at UGA's fall 2023 Undergraduate Commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 15.
Doctoral student named outstanding scholar by Council for Exceptional Children
Doctoral student Christina Novelli (Ph.D. ’26) was recently named an outstanding scholar by the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division for Research Doctoral Student Scholars.