Art show to benefit Garnet Ridge afterschool on May 14
"Drawing Change: The ART of Teacher Education," a graphica art show featuring the collaborative work of art education doctoral student Jim Woglom and associate professor Stephanie Jones, will be held at the Taylor-Grady House on Wednesday, May 14 from 6-8:30 p.m. The art can be acquired by donations, all of which will go to benefit a Garnet Ridge community afterschool,program called The Awesome Clubhouse @ La Escuelita, which Jones helped create.
Drawing Change: The ART of Teacher Education
Jenkins, Mason receive UGA innovative instruction grants
Nathan Jenkins and Illse Mason, both assistant professors in the College of Education's Department of Kinesiology, were among 17 University of Georgia faculty to receive funding from the UGA the Office of the Vice President for Instruction for projects designed to improve teaching.
Buxton named UGA Athletic Association Professor in Education
Cory Buxton, a professor in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice in the University of Georgia College of Education, has been named the UGA Athletic Association Professor in Education.
Dayton editor of inaugural issue of Education Law & Policy Review
College of Education professor John Dayton served as editor-in-chief of the inaugural issue of the _Education Law & Policy Review_, a new law and policy journal.
Jenkins, Schmidt receive OVPR Faculty Research Grants
Two rising researchers in the College of Education's Department of Kinesiology—Nathan Jenkins and Julianne Schmidt—have received Faculty Research Grants from the University of Georgia Office of the Vice President for Research.
Science education students work with Oconee High students
Oconee County High School science students team up with UGA science education majors to test the waters of a city park, reported a story in the April 18 edition of the Athens Banner-Herald.
Morris, Love recognized with 2014 UGA Research Awards
Two College of Education faculty members – Jerome Morris and Betina Love – were among those UGA faculty and graduate students recognized for outstanding research and scholarship at the university's 35th annual Research Awards Banquet on April 10.
University Judiciary honors Jenny Penney Oliver
The University of Georgia Judiciary has renamed its annual celebration the Jenny Penney Oliver University Judiciary Recognition and Induction Ceremony in honor of the late former adviser, and College of Education faculty member Jenny Penney Oliver.