To get a better grasp of children’s health, College of Education & Human Development doctoral student Elgin Andrews is working with After-School All-Stars Atlanta — a program run by the Department of Kinesiology and Health that provides comprehensive after-school programs for at-risk students in the metro Atlanta area — to study how curriculum and policy can be geared toward urban youth to increase their overall health.
Can digital tools, like a blog, help African American families make sense of their lives while building digital literacy skills?
In this podcast, Tisha Y. Lewis Ellison, Ph.D. discusses her research article, Exploring Blogging Engagements in Family Spaces published in the Journal for Adolescent and Adult Literacy, and dispels the myth that African American families do not engage in digital… more »
College of Education & Human Development Associate Dean Gwen Benson discusses the college’s $7.5 million CREST-Ed project and how it will address STEM education and maintaining partnerships with local schools.
“If they walk on their toes before they turn three years old, it’s considered normal. But after three years, if they still walk on their toes and don’t have any neurological or musculoskeletal diseases, then it’s considered ‘idiopathic,” Daniel Fanchiang, Kinesiology doctoral student explained.
“That’s why we call it ‘idiopathic’ – because we don’t know… more »
“I always knew I wanted a career in hockey,” says 25 year-old Justin Casserly, manager of event presentation for the New York Rangers ice hockey team and the youngest manager in Madison Square Garden’s history.
“Everything you see that goes on during a game, from the time the doors open until the final PA announcement is read,… more »
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