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Alvermann receives a Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award

Professor Donna Alvermann was recently recognized for co-editing “Ideas That Changed Literacy Practices: First-Person Accounts from Leading Voices.”

Learning through language

This May, several fifth graders at Oglethorpe Avenue Elementary School will become the first students to graduate from the school’s dual language immersion program—a program they first enrolled in as kindergarten students.

Doctoral student provides insight on low concession prices at the Masters

According to doctoral student Tyler Skinner (Ph.D. ’24), food prices at the Masters Tournament are still reasonable despite growing inflation.

Barnhart receives inaugural Dean's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Graduate Education

Student affairs professional Dana Barnhart (B.S. ’12) recently received the inaugural Dean's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Graduate Education.

Johnson-Bailey receives Zenobia Hikes Award from the Faculty Women of Color in the Academy

Professor Juanita Johnson-Bailey recently received the 2022 Zenobia L. Hikes Woman of Color in the Academy Award from Virginia Tech.

UGA graduate programs earn top 10 U.S. News rankings

The Mary Frances Early College of Education rose nine spots to be ranked 32nd in the nation by the 2023 U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate Schools list.

Active video games provide alternative workout

Study shows exergaming has positive health effects for people who don’t want to hit the gym

Luft co-edits new handbook on science teacher education

Julie Luft, Athletic Association Professor of Science Education and Distinguished Research Professor in the College’s Department of Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies Education, co-edited a recently published handbook on science teacher education.

O’Connor and alumna write paper explaining effects of daylight saving time transition on marathon run performance

A new research paper co-authored by Patrick O’Connor, professor in the Mary Frances Early College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology, details the effects on marathon run performance when taking place on daylight saving time transition days.

Doctoral student receives 2022 Applied Sport Management Association Graduate Student Research Competition Award

Tyler Skinner, (Ph.D. ’24), doctoral student in the College’s sport management program, won the 2022 Applied Sport Management Association Graduate Student Research Competition award.
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