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Abolitionist teaching: ‘It’s about you caring and loving our culture’

May 20, 2019
Bettina Love wants to push American public education to the next level. The associate professor is calling for more radical reforms to the country’s educational system, which she compares to the abolitionist movement.

Communications director selected to participate in UGA’s 2019 Women’s Staff Leadership Institute

May 17, 2019
Jen Williams, senior communications director, was selected to participate in a program designed to support and encourage women to flourish, advance and make their fullest contributions during their careers at UGA.

New mathematics teacher is always cheering for her students

May 17, 2019
Mat's Amazing Student, Cassandra Koes, was introduced to the UGA campus before most other freshman were even moved in, arriving early for cheerleading tryouts.

Students derive words—and entire presentations—from pictures

May 17, 2019
Elementary book club finds inspiration from Georgia Children’s Book Award-nominated books.

Media mention: Welsh’s research sheds light on disparities in school discipline

May 17, 2019
It’s a complex issue, said Richard Welsh, who recently presented his research to the Clarke County Board of Education.

Two assistant professors selected as 2019-2020 Service-Learning Fellows

May 16, 2019
The University of Georgia’s Office of Service-Learning recently selected Collette Chapman-Hilliard and Jill Stefaniak to participate in the 2019-2020 Service-Learning Fellows program.

New law goes beyond helping children with dyslexia

May 10, 2019
UGA faculty lends expertise for SB48, which benefits young readers across Georgia.

Curiosity, new challenges push speech-language pathology graduate

May 9, 2019
The first African American to graduate from College's communication sciences and disorders doctoral program looks to train next generation of researchers, clinicians.

Student organizations in literacy education receive 2019 SOAR Awards

May 8, 2019
The Journal of Language and Literacy Education and the Language and Literacy Education Graduate Organization were recently recognized for their collaborative achievements.

Drive to succeed led veteran to his new teaching degree

May 8, 2019
Perry West, a decorated war veteran of the U.S. Army, has traveled the world and influenced thousands of soldiers, but his latest achievement is graduating from the College of Education.

Amazing Student: Ellie Pryor

May 6, 2019
Ellie Pryor, an exercise and sport science major, has taken advantage of the “unbelievable opportunities” UGA offers, from lab research to club volleyball to volunteering for Special Olympics to study abroad.

Doctoral student wins national fellowship

May 2, 2019
Maritza Y. Duran, a second-year Ph.D. student in the department of counseling and human development services, has been awarded the Minority Fellowship through the American Psychological Association.

Media mention: Kinesiology professor quoted in Women's Health Magazine, MyFitnessPal website

April 28, 2019
Professor Patrick J. O'Connor lends expertise on the benefits of exercise to help you feel energized and happier.

Speaking together: Collaboration helps students tell their stories

April 25, 2019
A recent showcase of student projects at Cedar Shoals High School capped a yearlong project connecting literacy and language skills with leadership and arts development.

Sport management faculty member receives award for international education

April 25, 2019
James Zhang, is being honored for his efforts to support international education with the 2019 Richard Reiff Internationalization Award.

What's that singing from the top of Hull Deck? A budding audiologist

April 24, 2019
Payton Lack's personal experiences with hearing loss influenced his career path in communication sciences and disorders.

Meeting their match: Doctoral psychology students receive internship placements

April 22, 2019
Otherwise known as “Match Day,” the placements represent the culmination of each student’s training at UGA as they move on to positions in health centers, Veteran’s Administration facilities, counseling centers and academic facilities.

Two College of Education student workers are among UGA’s top 100

April 18, 2019
Amanda Jeter and Terri Rothfusz—both student workers in the College of Education’s Office of Academic Programs—were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to UGA and their community.

Social studies collaboration supports new teacher growth

April 18, 2019
An innovative secondary social studies collaboration is having a positive effect on local teachers and UGA teacher candidates.

Milner visit sparks critical consciousness discussion

April 18, 2019
His research examines practices and policies that support teacher effectiveness in urban schools and has influenced designs and practices of teacher education courses and programs across the country.