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November 2019

Leaving a footprint in the Latinx community

November 4, 2019
Two doctoral candidates—Marlaine Monroig Garcia and Rebekah Ingram Estevez—were honored at the 2019 National Latinx Psychological Association conference in Miami, Florida.

Dean Spangler receives 2019 Alumni of Distinction Award from UGA

November 8, 2019
The University of Georgia Graduate School honored 10 graduates for achieving exceptional success in their professional careers and in service to their community.

A love for community, educating and good music

November 11, 2019
This month’s amazing student is Parker Nail, who is a social studies education Double Dawg and plans to teach high school history.

Amazing Student: Kristian Joi Walker

November 12, 2019
Walker's passion is to create equal access to educational opportunity and lead a fight against illiteracy while inspiring children.

Study shows strong teachers’ unions preserve education spending

November 13, 2019
States with collective bargaining for teachers experienced substantially smaller drops in teacher salaries after the Great Recession, according to a new study.

Research team supports professional development of clinical research coordinators

November 13, 2019
Georgia CTSA’s Translational Workforce Development program implements results of a study conducted by three professors in the department of career and information studies and their team in training and career development.

Five Bulldog 100 companies linked to College of Education

November 14, 2019
The University of Georgia’s Bulldog 100 list honors five alumni from the College of Education. The winners were picked from more than 500 nominations.

Professor selected to participate in UGA’s 2019-2020 Women’s Leadership Fellows Program

November 19, 2019
Amy Reschly will participate in a year-long program to learn from senior administrators on campus, as well as visiting speakers in academia, business and other fields.

Reshaping the narrative: An opportunity for justice

November 27, 2019
Assistant professor Sakeena Everett receives the Alan C. Purves Award from the National Council of Teachers of English for her research on the literacy development of high-achieving black male students.