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News articles categorized as: Media Mention

Abolitionist teaching: ‘It’s about you caring and loving our culture’

May 20, 2019
Bettina Love wants to push American public education to the next level. The associate professor is calling for more radical reforms to the country’s educational system, which she compares to the abolitionist movement.

Media mention: Kinesiology professor quoted in Women's Health Magazine, MyFitnessPal website

April 28, 2019
Professor Patrick J. O'Connor lends expertise on the benefits of exercise to help you feel energized and happier.

Why are concession prices at the Masters Tournament so cheap?

April 12, 2019
According to assistant professor Steven Salaga in the department of kinesiology, affordable food and beverages enhance consumer experience.

Media mention: Alumna Jones quoted in Education Week

April 9, 2019
From January 2018 until now, there have been at least 30 separate incidents of “curriculum violence” taking place in schools, according to a College of Education alumna.

UGA exercise studies featured on PureWow.com

March 28, 2019
Two studies by UGA researchers in the College of Education’s department of kinesiology found that working out for 20 minutes can consistently increase feelings of energy.

New study on learning by teaching highlighted by EAB.com

February 14, 2019
Assistant professor Logan Fiorella and Richard Mayer, an educational psychologist, found in a recent study that exposing K-12 students to learning by teaching strategies can significantly improve grades.

Study: Teacher retention bonuses result in lower turnover rates, higher test scores

February 13, 2019
Offering teachers a retention bonus to stay at low-performing schools may increase test score gains among students in both reading and mathematics, according to a new study by assistant professor Walker Swain.

Assistant professor reconsiders Pre-K 'fade-out' effect

January 17, 2019
Walker Swain discusses whether high-quality early grade teachers can help the Pre-K effect, or the benefits children receive from attending Pre-K, last longer.

Media mention: Platinum award recognizes alumna’s efforts to promote healthy food

October 24, 2018
Recently, the work of Susan Nelson (M.Ed. ’15), school nutrition director for Baldwin County Schools, has paid off in the form of the platinum-level Golden Radish Award for the district.

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.