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.
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 »
The College of Education and Human Development’s Student Affairs Committee is accepting applications for the CEHD Scholarship through Feb. 1, 2016.
Sonia Nieto highlighted the sociocultural, school-based and ideological barriers to education in the U.S. and examples of teachers breaking those barriers at this year’s Mays Lecture.
The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic has come a long way in its 40 years on campus, both helping clients and training students to be successful speech-language pathologists.
President Barack Obama named CEHD alum Valerie Camille Jones a recipient of this year’s Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching.
Three College of Education and Human Development alumni have been named Georgia Power New Teacher Assistance Grant awardees.