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Georgia's poet laureate among performers for 'A Seat in the Shade'

July 9, 2018
The July poetry series features weekly readings from notable authors.

Camp DIVE's 3rd year lets kids and teachers get creative

July 5, 2018
More than 80 Clarke County students spent a month steeped in literacy, along with lessons that wove in math, social studies and community involvement.

Associate professor quoted on summer teacher training and development

July 3, 2018
Theodore Kopcha highlighted the importance of evolving the teacher training experience in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Alumna receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

July 2, 2018
Christy Sutton (MEd '12) was one of only two elementary teachers in Georgia to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Alumna and Triple Dawg named elementary school principal

June 29, 2018
Jennifer Whitaker (BSED ’01, MED ’03, EDS ’07) has been named principal of Oconee County Primary School in Watkinsville, Georgia.

Book inspires students to do more than just read about social issues

June 29, 2018
Food drive at Clarke Middle School focuses on protein-packed nonperishables.

Graduate student and newly elected commissioner uses literacy to empower

June 25, 2018
Doctoral student's path is 'purely distillable to just loving language and seeing it in everything,' she says.

College's partnership with neighborhood receives Coretta Scott King book donation

June 25, 2018
The College of Education's partnership with the Athens Housing Authority to create programming at the Parkview Community Center has received another recognition.

Keynote speakers for 50th anniversary of Conference on Children's Literature

June 25, 2018
This year's speakers include Kwame Alexander, Ben Clanton, Alan Gratz, Erin Entrada Kelly and Aisha Saeed.

Alumna takes wide-angle approach to new role on school board

June 25, 2018
With a background in counseling psychology, LaKeisha Gantt (MED ’03, PHD ’10) adds a new perspective to the Clarke County School Board.

Faculty member, student honored by campus NAACP chapter

June 18, 2018
The recent Image Awards hosted by the University of Georgia chapter of the NAACP honored two members of the College of Education community.

Counseling psychology doctoral student wins McBee Award

June 13, 2018
Jasmine Jenkins is the most recent recipient of the annual honor, which highlights achievement in scholarship and service.

Faculty projects incorporating the arts win local grants

June 11, 2018
Two College of Education faculty members have received grants through the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission to support community arts projects.

Alumna receives 2018 Mid-Career Contribution Award from AERA

June 5, 2018
Kakali Bhattacharya, an alumna of UGA’s College of Education, received the Scholar of Color Mid-Career Contribution Award from AERA for her contributions to education research and development.

Professor emeritus, 80, provided support for cutting-edge UGA facility

May 31, 2018
College of Education faculty member Jack Razor, who was instrumental in the construction of the Ramsey Student Center for Physical Activities at the University of Georgia, has died. He was 80.

Baker honored by sport management society

May 30, 2018
Thomas A. Baker III, an associate professor of sport management, was recently honored for his outstanding work as a reviewer.

An added bonus: Communication sciences and disorders students get hands-on experience

May 25, 2018
Working with selection of 'augmentative communication' devices gives students real-world experience using this new technology before graduation.

Scholarship winner works to inspire new mathematics instructors

May 23, 2018
Doctoral candidate Claudette Tucker received 2018 Mary Frances Early Scholarship to support research in mathematics education.

'School choice' options hasten neighborhood gentrification, study finds

May 22, 2018
Communities may benefit from overlapping education and housing policies.

Gift supports scholarships for 5 students a year to 'pay it forward' as teachers

May 17, 2018
UGA College of Education students studying to become educators now have more opportunities for financial support thanks to a commitment from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.