Professor co-authors new policy brief to enhance elementary, secondary education
The National Education Policy Center recently released a policy brief by lead author Elizabeth DeBray, a professor in the College's Department of Lifelong Education, Administration and Policy.
Clinical professor quoted in NPR-affiliate story about heatstroke
Bud Cooper was recently quoted in a story by NPR affiliate station Montana Public Radio.
Inaugural visually impaired sport field day held at UGA
About 30 students from across Northeast Georgia filled Ramsey Center for the first visually impaired sport field day last month.
Educational psychology faculty members rank among “most productive” educational psychologists in the world
Three faculty members in the Department of Educational Psychology made the list of the most productive early-career educational psychologists.
Classroom updates in Aderhold Hall
This fall marks the first time faculty are teaching in Aderhold Hall Room 607 after it was renovated into a multipurpose classroom.
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College welcomes 11 new faculty members for 2022-23 academic year
These faculty will use their expertise and knowledge to enhance the research and teaching of human rights education, public policies, sports economics, and more in the College.
The way you talk to your child about math matters
A recent study conducted by assistant professor Michael Barger found that parents’ responses to children’s math success and failure are linked to motivation and anxiety.
Two College alumni named to UGA’s 2022 40 Under 40 Class
Alumni Kenneth Johnson, Jr. (B.S.Ed. ’05, Ph.D. ’24) and Andrew Rasmussen (B.B.A. ’05, M.Ed. ’09) were recently named to the University of Georgia’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2022.
Getting in the game
The work of an innovative research lab at UGA is giving hope to families of children with cerebral palsy.