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For kinesiology student, medical school is next on agenda. Sleep? Not so much.
December 18, 2015
Not only is Marjorie Butler a starter for the University of Georgia's women's basketball team, but she's balancing her studies with another rigorous process—applying to medical school.
Join the gym to feel energized, lose weight
December 16, 2015
U.S. News story cites professor's study in article on weight loss
Smagorinsky quoted in the Washington Post on Trump's anti-PC stance
December 16, 2015
| "I think with political correctness, in the world of Donald Trump, it's used to bully people out."
Professor's research on summer reading cited in the Huffington Post
December 11, 2015
Jennifer Graff was recently cited for her research on summer reading setback among economically disadvantaged elementary students in the Huffington Post.
Kinesiology study aims to change chemotherapy recovery process
December 10, 2015
Kevin McCully makes a case for exercise as part of the healing process
Educational psychology professors start new blog for Psychology Today
December 9, 2015
Nancy Knapp and Paula Schwanenflugel will discuss the psychology and teaching of reading in a new blog series for Psychology Today.
Professor co-authors new book; examines how teachers act, think, talk
December 1, 2015
Joseph Tobin's new book looks beyond lesson planning and examines how teaching is shaped by ways of communicating.
Give yourself the gift of exercise
November 23, 2015
This holiday season, combat stress (and high-calorie dishes) by getting active.
Professor's weather expertise highlighted on TV segment
November 20, 2015
Fear of lightening, snow and the moon are legitimate, and they are all topics studied by one College of Education faculty member.
Stewart applauds trooper's actions in New York Times story
November 19, 2015
A Georgia State Patrol trooper who entertained four newly orphaned children on Halloween night did the right thing, according to Counseling and Human Development Services associate professor Alan Stewart.
Category: Media Mention