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Articles for: Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy

Assistant professor quoted on test-based accountability

November 13, 2017
Richard Welsh was recently quoted by the AJC on Georgia's new scoring system proposal.

Program helps new principals gain an edge

November 8, 2017
The College of Education’s Early Career Principal Readiness Program exists to help navigate the waters of leading a school.

Professor honored with Excellence in Education Award from alma mater

August 28, 2017
Kathleen deMarrais received the 2017 Excellence in Education Award from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania for her superior teaching ability and commitment to students at the college level.

Alumni spotlight: Geraldine Clarke

May 1, 2017
What I've learned is not to enable but to empower

Graduate students recognized for excellence in teaching

April 12, 2017
Eighteen teaching assistants in the College of Education were recognized for their significant contributions to the instructional mission of the university.

2016-2017 College of Education Distinguished Alumni Awards honor 10 for their achievements

March 29, 2017
Ten COE graduates and friends were recognized for their career achievements and community leadership at the College's 12th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner.

State's grading system for schools harsher than others in Southeast, says Welsh

January 5, 2017
A recent article on focusing on Georgia's A-F grading system for schools highlighted issues with the system, including research by a College of Education faculty member.

Career Center honors extend to faculty, grad students across departments

January 4, 2017
Several faculty and graduate students were recently recognized for making a significant and positive impact on their students' career development.

Convocation: Students urged to find value in small change

December 16, 2016
More than 200 graduate during Convocation, Commencement ceremonies.

Hall appointed associate editor of evaluation journal

December 7, 2016
Jori N. Hall was recently named associate editor of the American Journal of Evaluation (AJE), a peer-reviewed publication that focuses on evaluation methodology, theory and practice.

College's Williams among new class of Women's Leadership Fellows

October 30, 2016
The associate professor in the department of lifelong education, administration and policy, is one of nine admitted to the 2016-2017 cohort of the Women's Leadership Fellows program.

New York Times quotes professor on federal lawsuit

June 15, 2016
John Dayton, a professor in the department of lifelong education, administration and policy, spoke about a lawsuit stemming from an incident in a rural Idaho school.

Over 400 graduates take part in spring convocation ceremony

May 18, 2016
Over 400 graduates of the University of Georgia College of Education walked across the stage at the Classic Center during the College's Spring 2016 Graduation Convocation ceremony.

Newspaper profiles Johnson-Bailey as part of Women's History Month

March 7, 2016
A story about Juanita Johnson-Bailey kicked off a weekly series highlighting female faculty members who are champions of strength, power and intellect.

2015-16 Donor Appreciation and Alumni Awards honor nine for their achievements

March 4, 2016
Nine COE graduates and friends were recognized for their career achievements and community leadership at the College's 11th annual Donor Appreciation and Alumni Awards Dinner.

Race between man, machines relies on our grit

February 2, 2016
Qualities of tenacity, doggedness are what separate humans from artificial intelligence, professor and Founder's Day lecturer says.

New faculty grant seeks next generation of active learning

January 18, 2016
Glickman Challenge Grant for Project-Based Learning aims to link classroom lessons with a larger goal.

Five Bulldog 100 companies have ties to College

January 4, 2016
This year's winners with College of Education ties include BOS Staffing, Breda Pest Management, Hairbow Supplies Etc., Social Empowerment Center and Southern Tradition Tailgating.

Professor's new book examines policies affecting rural education

December 24, 2015
A new book co-edited by a University of Georgia College of Education faculty member takes an in-depth look at rural education—and the opportunities it presents.

Professor selected as an inaugural UGA Special Collections Libraries Faculty Fellow

December 22, 2015
Kathleen deMarrais is one of 11 faculty members to participate in new library program.