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Smagorinsky: College is more than just job training

Peter Smagorinsky, UGA Distinguished Research Professor, writes about whether college courses can equip graduates to arrive a new job ready to go in the June 4 Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Cindy Bazzell wins top marketing education honor

Cindy Bazell (BBA '02, MEd '08, EDS '09), who teaches business education courses at Brookwood High School in Gwinnett County, was recently named top teacher in her field by the Georgia Marketing Education Association.

Hawkins quoted in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story on athletes clustering around a major

Billy Hawkins, an associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology, is quoted in a May 31 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story on "clustering," a term that describes situations in which 25 percent or more of an athletic team are in the same major.

Bossie featured as an Amazing Student on UGA Home Page

Hannah Bossie, a senior in exercise and sport science, is featured as an Amazing Student on the UGA Home Page this week.

Cox receives Georgia Department of Transportation Scholarship

Brooke Cox, a junior majoring in communication sciences, has received the 2014 Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Scholarship Award.

Seat in the Shade: A Summer Poetry Reading Series, June 19-20

Summer Poetry Reading Series at Hendershots June 19-20, 24-26

Tori Foster featured as UGA Amazing Student

Tori Foster, a Ph.D. student in educational psychology, hopes to have a positive impact on students' lives by improving their educational and learning experiences. She is featured as the Amazing Student on the University of Georgia's home page this week (May 26-31).

AJC profiles COE alumnus running for state school chief

The Atlanta Journal Constitution profiles Rome native and Triple Dawg Mike Buck as he runs for state school superintendent. Beck earned bachelor, master's and Ph.D degrees in education from the University of Georgia.

COE researchers use electric stimulation to reduce diabetes risk

College of Education researchers are examining how electrical stimulation can improve glucose tolerance and reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes for individuals with spinal cord injuries, reports a story in the May 19 issue of _Columns_. The researchers are led by Kevin McCully, a professor in the Department of Kinesiology.
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