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September 2015

Study: 'Guilting' teens into exercise won't increase activity

September 4, 2015
Adults who guilt middle-schoolers into exercising won't get them any more active.

COE assistant professor featured on UGA's homepage

September 14, 2015
Ashley J. Harrison, an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, is currently featured on UGA's homepage for her research on autism spectrum disorders.

College alumna, leader honored by UGA program

September 14, 2015
Cara Turano (BSEd '01) is among the winners of the UGA Alumni Association's 2015 40 Under 40 list.

Professor co-edits new book; mentioned in top publications

September 15, 2015
​Kathleen deMarrais, professor and department head of the department of lifelong education, administration and policy, recently co-edited a book that contains 20 insightful TFA testaments.

Student shows dedication on and off the field

September 17, 2015
Faton Bauta, a quarterback for the University of Georgia, is no stranger to the hustle and bustle of life as a student athlete.

Lanoue puts focus on reform efforts during State of Education conference

September 21, 2015
Clarke County's superintendent tackled school reform efforts in keynote at annual event.

Kinesiology study featured in US News

September 24, 2015
The study found that children's activity levels fell 50 percent between fifth and sixth grades.

Birthday celebration and lecture focuses on creative kids, teenagers

September 24, 2015
Parents, teachers and caregivers can hear about simple ways to enhance a child's creativity at an upcoming celebration hosted by the University of Georgia College of Education.

NSF-funded College of Education project recognized by White House initiative

September 25, 2015
LISELL-B, a $2.6 million NSF-funded research and development project, was recently recognized by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.

Research by DeBray, others cited in 'American Prospect' magazine

September 25, 2015
A little-known federal program aimed at promoting school diversity ended up getting watered down at the local level, according to a study co-authored by a University of Georgia College of Education professor.