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News articles categorized as: Research

College of Education dean focuses on building collaborative community

September 21, 2018
Whether she’s working with pre-service teachers or one of her six doctoral students, Dean Denise Spangler strives to inspire genuine curiosity in the way her students approach their teaching.

When hurricanes threaten, take time to focus on mental health

September 14, 2018
Alan E. Stewart, a professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services who studies weather and climate psychology, shares his advice on staying calm and clear-headed in a severe weather event.

Associate professor featured in NBC short film on home schooling

September 13, 2018
Cheryl Fields-Smith explains why more African-American families are home-schooling their children.

'Cookies' and 'Crumbles' help kids realize their appetite for science

August 22, 2018
A science education game developed by a College of Education faculty member wins the 2018 International Serious Play Award.

Media mention: Kinesiology professor’s research continues to protect student athletes

August 22, 2018
In a recent interview on The Weather Channel, Don Corr of the Georgia High School Association explains how UGA research is today protecting student athletes.

Study shows sports betting drives viewership

August 6, 2018
According to a study by Steven Salaga in the department of kinesiology, viewers stay tuned to games longer when either team has a chance to cover the point spread.

Alumna receives 2018 Mid-Career Contribution Award from AERA

June 5, 2018
Kakali Bhattacharya, an alumna of UGA’s College of Education, received the Scholar of Color Mid-Career Contribution Award from AERA for her contributions to education research and development.

Scholarship winner works to inspire new mathematics instructors

May 23, 2018
Doctoral candidate Claudette Tucker received 2018 Mary Frances Early Scholarship to support research in mathematics education.

'School choice' options hasten neighborhood gentrification, study finds

May 22, 2018
Communities may benefit from overlapping education and housing policies.

When the answer is wrong, but the solution is right

May 16, 2018
'Case-based' curriculum helps students of all ages become better problem solvers.