Reimagining the future
Thanks to a new research-practice partnership grant from the Spencer Foundation, PCCSS and associate professor Theodore Kopcha will expand their ongoing partnership by weaving it together with Albany State University.
Assistant professor receives best professional paper award
Yiran Su, an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology, received the 2021 Best Professional Paper Award from the Sport Marketing Association.
Adolescents use social media to post about self-injury
Amanda Giordano, an associate professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, found that Instagram hashtags related to self-harm almost doubled over the span of a year.
Amazing Student: 'The power of courage means never giving up'
After serving in the Army National Guard for six years, veteran Eder Villegas (B.S.Ed. ’20, M.Ed. ’23) is helping students connect the lessons they learn in the classroom with their daily lives and experiences.
Professor recognized for exemplary service by the Buros Center
George Engelhard was recently recognized for his many years of exemplary service as a test reviewer for the Mental Measurements Yearbook series.
Congratulations to the College's five Blue Key initiates
Four students and an alumna of the College of Education were recently recognized as 2021-22 Blue Key initiates at the annual Tucker Dorsey Blue Key Awards Banquet.
$3 million collaborative project to enhance AI in science education
Assistant professor Xiaoming Zhai will work on a collaborative project to enhance artificial intelligence and machine learning-based assessments to help science teachers make instructional decisions.
$1.9 million grant to grow Georgia's behavioral health workforce
Professor Bernadette Heckman and the UGA School of Social Work will train students to deliver mental and integrated behavioral health services in high-need areas of the state.
Associate professor discusses new book about behavioral addictions on WUGA
Amanda Giordano, an associate professor in the department of counseling and human development services, recently discussed her new book and the negative impact of screen overuse on WUGA.
Clinical professor lends expertise to keep players safe during hot temperatures
Bud Cooper, a clinical professor in the department of kinesiology, helped advise the latest policies for the Georgia High School Athletic Association concerning high school players practicing in the heat.