Clinical professor receives 2023 Korey Stringer Institute Lifesaving Award for Service
Bud Cooper received the 2023 Lifesaving Award for Service from the University of Connecticut’s Korey Stringer Institute.
Clinical professor selected for inaugural cohort of CTL Fellows for Transformative Teaching Program
Allison Nealy was selected as a 2023-24 Fellow for Transformative Teaching in the University of Georgia’s Center for Teaching and Learning Fellows for Transformative Teaching Program.
Congratulations to the College’s 14 First Honor Graduates!
To be a First Honor Graduate, a student must maintain a perfect 4.0 cumulative grade point average throughout their undergraduate studies.
Amazing Student: Raelen Watkins
Raelen Watkins (B.S.Ed. ’23) is making a difference in the lives of her peers and patients, from starting a new student organization to advocating for more diverse representation in speech-language pathology.
Three College of Education students receive 2023 Presidential Award of Excellence
The award recognizes undergraduate students in their final year of study who demonstrate exceptional achievements in academics, extracurricular activities, or service.
Twins graduate from College as First Honor Graduates
Chloe Reid (B.S.Ed. ’23) and Kristi Reid (B.S.Ed. ’23) will both graduate from the College of Education with a cumulative 4.0 grade point average.
Assistant professor receives Emerging Scholar in Gifted Education Award
Kadir Bahar, an assistant professor in the department of educational psychology, received the emerging scholar award from the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children.
Amazing Student: Tyler-Curtis Elliott
Tyler-Curtis Elliott (B.A. ’20, B.S.Ed. ’20, M.Ed. ’22, Ph.D. ’25) researches the application of behavior analysis in schools and shares knowledge of the field in a variety of ways.
Minorities in Education student organization reestablishes on campus
Minorities in Education, a student organization that provides support and community to underrepresented teacher-preparation students, was last active in 2014.
Educational psychology student, alumnus receive national awards
An alumnus and current doctoral student in the College’s Department of Educational Psychology were recognized by the National Association of School Psychologists and the National Council on Measurement in Education.