The College of Education and Human Development celebrated its most recent graduating class and its first Partnership Award recipient at its Fall Convocation Ceremony on Dec. 16.
Jumpstart decked the halls of the Student Center East ballroom for its annual Winter Wonderland, where local children participate in holiday-themed, literacy-focused games and activities.
After spending several years working in finance for healthcare and non-profit organizations, Corey decided to change careers and pursue her dream job in institutional research. Learn how her graduate program helped her become the director of institutional research at Agnes Scott College.
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Professional Development Wednesdays returns Jan. 13 with Distinguished Speaker Series presenter Dorothy L. Espelage from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
B.S.Ed., Early Childhood and Elementary Education College of Education and Human Development
Most of us have a handful of specific dates seared into our memories. For Romie Human, it’s Sept. 24, 2013: the day she learned she had Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
She was 22.
“At that moment,” she recalled with a long pause, “my whole world… more »
B.S., Exercise Science College of Education and Human Development Honors College
When Briana Harris made the 2,000-mile trek from her native California to Georgia State University, she knew she’d have to get outside her comfort zone to overcome her natural introversion and make new friends.
She became a member of the 1913 Society, Georgia State’s… more »
Ryan Harry’s life calling is to work with kids and be a change agent in urban education. Learn how his journey to teaching through the UACM Master of Education (M.Ed.) program allowed him to be a stellar kindergarten teacher in Atlanta Public Schools.
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The College of Education and Human Development’s Student Affairs Committee is accepting applications for the CEHD Scholarship through Feb. 1, 2016.
It’s never too late to switch careers
Interdisciplinary program embraces social justice