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Articles for: Office of Research and Graduate Education

Mixing health care and engineering for new careers

April 20, 2018
Professor helps turn students on to emerging careers in the field of bio-engineering.

Climate change: Kat Raczynski helps district set course for improved social-emotional development

November 10, 2017
The director of the Safe and Welcoming Schools project in the College of Education became the Clarke County School District's district-wide professor-in-residence for school climate in fall 2015.

Turning political emotions into classroom assets

November 10, 2017
New study aims to reveal how students encounter and process their beliefs and reality.

Lab's projects find sustainable solutions to real-world educational puzzles

October 23, 2017
In the College of Education's RAIL lab, researchers already know what they want to achieve—they instead spend their time trying to get there.

Research examines the creative process for a hit TV show

August 7, 2017
Findings from a recent presentation could have wider implications throughout the entertainment industry.

Exploring microaggression in science education

April 24, 2017
Science education professor Mary Atwater receives $229,061 NSF grant to conduct transformative research in racial microaggression.

CLASE researcher named Service-Learning Fellow

October 28, 2016
Paula Mellom, associate director for the Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education, aims to develop a graduate-level course.

New paper wins award from teacher education group

September 15, 2016
The paper was the result of a collaborative effort by former doctoral student Ryan Nixon, current doctoral student Richard Ross, and professor Julie Luft.

Study: Player-on-player hits cause more serious head impacts

July 21, 2016
In football, player-vs.-player hits will likely cause more severe head impacts than other impacts, according to a new study by a College of Education researcher.

Associate dean honored for kinesiology leadership

July 13, 2016
Karl Newell, the associate dean for research and professor of kinesiology, will receive the 2016 Distinguished Leadership Award from the American Kinesiology Association.