Seven doctoral students in educational administration receive scholarships
Seven students in the University of Georgia College of Education's doctoral program in educational administration and policy received scholarships at the program's annual awards luncheon on March 21 at Rivers Crossing.
Speech & Hearing Clinic to offer summer programs for children, adults
Children and adults with speech or language concerns (including reading) can benefit by participating in one of four Intensive Communication Program sessions being offered this summer by the University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic.
Clarke Teacher of Year: 'Those who can do everything, teach'
Clarke County Teacher of the Year and COE alumnus Aaron Jongko (BSED '08, MED '09) paid tribute to nearly two dozen other top Clarke County teachers in the room during a speech at a Rotary Club of Athens meeting Wednesday, a story in the March 20 Athens Banner-Herald reported.
Moje to speak at COE Faculty-Graduate Student Research Conference April 18
One of the leading scholars in literacy education Elizabeth B. Moje will speak at the University of Georgia College of Education's 2014 Faculty/Graduate Student Research Conference on Friday, April 18 at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
Grammy-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis to give 2014 Torrance Lecture April 6
National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master and three-time Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis will deliver the 2014 E. Paul Torrance Lecture at the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia on Sunday, April 6.
14th Annual Mary Frances Early Lecture - Donna Brazile
Leffler among 10 professors honored by SGA for most impact
College of Education instructor Brian Leffler was one of 10 faculty members recently recognized by the University of Georgia Student Government Association as having made a "significant impact on the education of students."
Smagorinsky in AJC: More A's in English than STEM classes due to open discussions
UGA Distinguished Research Professor Peter Smagorinsky writes an op-ed in the March 14 Atlanta Journal Constitution to defend the academic integrity of English classes as compared to STEM subjects.
Atwater voted president-elect of NARST
Mary M. Atwater, a professor of science education in the College of Education, has been voted president-elect of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). She is the first African American to be elected to this NARST position.