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Schmidt receives 2014 Impact Award from UNC Graduate School

Julianne Schmidt, assistant professor in the College of Education's athletic training program in the Department of Kinesiology and director of UGA's sport-related concussion laboratory, recently received a 2014 Impact Award from the University of North Carolina Graduate School, her alma mater.

Summer Commencement 2014

UGA Speech & Hearing Clinic Summer Programs

UGA Speech & Hearing Clinic Summer Programs

COE profs in AJC: Put creativity back in schools

Two College of Education faculty members -- Bob Fecho and Stephanie Jones -- write a passionate piece about the standardization of education and the need to restore creativity to the classroom in the May 11 edition of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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Memorial Day

Maddox one of three receiving UGA's Bates Medal of Excellence

Candace Maddox, a program coordinator in the College of Education, was one of three people to receive the Leslie K. Bates Medal of Excellence during the multicultural services and programs Senior Leader Reception on May 9 at the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries.

Kim's proposal one of six funded by new UGA interdisciplinary grant

A research proposal by ChanMin Kim, an assistant professor of learning, design, and technology in the Department of Career and Information Studies, is one of six projects funded through the University of Georgia's new Interdisciplinary Proposal Development program.

Love receives UGA's Michael F. Adams Early Career Scholar Award

Bettina Love, an assistant professor in educational theory and practice, has received the University of Georgia 2014 Michael F. Adams Early Career Scholar Award.
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