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October 2018

Expert: Addressing school discipline disparities begins with reducing suspensions

October 1, 2018
Educators, policymakers discuss potential solutions at this year’s annual State of Education conference.

Professor lends expertise on how bias becomes bullying

October 2, 2018
Professor lends expertise on how bias becomes bullying.

Two COE faculty members selected as 2018-2019 Service-Learning Fellows

October 2, 2018
Kevin Burke and Sonia Janis will participate in a yearlong Service-Learning Fellows program to integrate academic service-learning into their teaching.

Gift supports graduate certificate in dyslexia

October 3, 2018
The Zeist Foundation helps educators and clinicians gain a deeper understanding of reading development.

Alumna featured in Forbes for mental health podcast

October 4, 2018
Joy Bradford, an alumna of the College of Education and a licensed psychologist, was recently featured on Forbes.com to discuss her mental health podcast and passion for promoting mental wellness in black women.

Class benefits pre-health students, disabled community members

October 8, 2018
‘Disability Wellness’ offers hands-on training while helping people reach health goals.

Paper co-authored by professor, alumna recognized among year’s best

October 8, 2018
'Black Lives Matter: A Call to Action for Counseling Psychology Leaders,' recently received the Outstanding Contribution to Scholarship on Race and Ethnicity Award from the Section for Ethnic and Racial Diversity.

Study links weather safety training from teacher workshop to students’ homes

October 10, 2018
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers draw a line between increased awareness by teachers and better prepared families

Associate dean honored with career award

October 16, 2018
The National Latina/o Psychological Association will give the 2018 NLPA Distinguished Professional Career Award to Edward Delgado-Romero.

Official partnership paves way for South Korean collaborations

October 18, 2018
An agreement signed earlier this month by the College’s Research and Innovation in Learning (RAIL) Lab will help bring South Korean university students to a top American university to learn lessons in robotics and virtual reality and deliver them to K-12 students in South Korea.

Doctoral degree links new UGA police chief to College

October 19, 2018
Dan Silk’s career in law enforcement spans decades and continents.