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Articles for: Applied Cognition and Development Programs

Alumnus receives staff award from Office of the Vice President for Instruction

July 18, 2017
Gregory Spillers (PhD '17), director of the Pre-Health Advising Office at UGA, was recently honored with the Lightbulb Award for his innovative ideas and creative solutions to improve student services.

Alumna receives Scholarship of Teaching and Learning award

March 23, 2017
Associate professor Hillary Steiner was recently honored for her commitment to student-focused research on effective teaching.

Kappa Delta Pi elects new president; leadership council

September 28, 2016
Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education at the University of Georgia, recently elected a new president and leadership council to help foster excellence in education.

Moving beyond autism awareness

April 6, 2016
In celebration of National Autism Awareness Month, members of the Athens community are invited to learn more about autism's complex nature.

COE alumna named associate provost of academic programs at UNO

February 26, 2016
Caroline Noyes will oversee all assessment processes at the University of New Orleans and provide College units with high-level administrative oversight.

Cultural shift fuels graduate's fire

October 14, 2014
In her new job, Dionne Cross Francis realized she had more questions than answers. To find solutions, she ended up at the College of Education's educational psychology department to study applied cognition and development.

Two graduates win American Creativity Association awards

September 24, 2014
College of Education doctoral graduates Selcuk Acar and Kristy Kowalske have received 2014 E. Paul Torrance Graduate Student Research awards from the American Creativity Association (ACA).

Two COE faculty among nine 2014-15 UGA Service-Learning Fellows

September 15, 2014
Two COE faculty members -- Jolie Daigle and April Galyardt -- were among nine University of Georgia faculty members selected to serve as 2014-15 Service-Learning Fellows.

ABH: UGA team begins after-school enrichment program

September 15, 2014
A multidisciplinary team of University of Georgia faculty, led by four College of Education faculty, is partnering with the Clarke County School District this fall to provide a new after-school enrichment program aimed at improving the children's health and stimulating their learning in reading and mathematics, says a September 14 Athens Banner-Herald story.

Francis recognized at Women of Color STEM Conference

September 9, 2014
College of Education alumna Dionne Cross Francis was recognized for her work at the 2014 Women of Color STEM Conference.