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Clinical assistant professor named 2017-2018 Service-Learning Fellow

October 23, 2017
Elizabeth Saylor was one of nine University of Georgia faculty members selected to participate in the Office of Service-Learning’s yearlong Fellows program.

Lab's projects find sustainable solutions to real-world educational puzzles

October 23, 2017
In the College of Education's RAIL lab, researchers already know what they want to achieve—they instead spend their time trying to get there.

Amazing Student: Cory Amick

October 10, 2017
As an Army ROTC cadet and student ambassador for the College of Education, Cory Amick is learning firsthand the leadership skills that will take him into service for our country.

English education professor receives NCTE Distinguished Service Award

September 21, 2017
Peter Smagorinsky, Distinguished Research Professor of English Education in the department of language and literacy education, was recognized by the National Council of Teachers of English for his service to the profession and distinctive use of language.

Students enjoy their moment in the sun

August 23, 2017
Science education and early childhood majors help kids with a 'once-in-a-lifetime' experience.

CNN visits College for report on dyslexia

July 26, 2017
Associate professor Jennifer Lindstrom is featured in a segment examining assistive technologies for dyslexia.

Learning on the job

July 19, 2017
COST program participant Sophie McKenzie gains eye-opening experience in Australia.

Local middle-schoolers interpret art through hip-hop

June 30, 2017
If you visited the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia on a Tuesday afternoon this June, you might have heard someone rapping about women's empowerment.

Program explores links between language and social justice

June 21, 2017
WIDA researcher visits College to see middle school program, share vision for organization.

District honors College's research-based after-school program

June 9, 2017
The Physical Activity and Learning Program, or PALS, is among the recipients of the 2017 Impact Awards given by the school district.

Second annual Camp DIVE expands opportunities for students, teachers

May 22, 2017
About 80 Clarke County children will spend a month immersed in history, reading and STEM projects—among others—as the second year of Camp DIVE launches June 5.

Robotics lessons developed at UGA find global audience

May 9, 2017
Tanzania students benefit from a partnership that connects researchers at the UGA College of Education, faculty and students at Handong University in South Korea and professionals with the socially conscious company E3Empower.

Passion for education helps student sew new skills

May 4, 2017
Doctoral student Ashley Nylin enhances student teacher learning and community partnerships.

'PDS work is always changing' says school administrator

May 1, 2017
Meet Mark Tavernier, associate superintendent for instructional services and school performance.

Associate professor receives university's highest early career teaching honor

April 18, 2017
John Mativo's influence and enthusiasm for teaching extend across the STEM fields and into the community where students are benefiting from their work on real-world industry projects.

Summer camps help kids gain physical, mental strength

April 13, 2017
Exercise, athletic training and creative writing offered through the UGA College of Education

Exercise program helps seniors make connections

February 28, 2017
UGA-based study aims to educate while testing what motivates some to exercise

Schools hosting College's exercise research get visit from Danish performance team

February 9, 2017
The National Danish Performance Team will perform in Athens as part of a 10-month world tour, stopping at 2 local schools along the way.

Clarke County Mentor Program honors doctoral student

January 18, 2017
David Stanley, a second-year doctoral candidate in the counseling psychology program, hopes his presence at Clarke Middle School will help inspire the next generation of leaders.

Spanish-speaking counselors from College help fill community need

December 20, 2016
Immigration issues and trauma complicate the need for bilingual mental health professionals.