The Urban Literacy Clinic and Collaborative co-hosted Black Girls Read, a day of interactive activities that encouraged African-American girls to embrace their own voices and Black women’s literary histories.
The College of Education and Human Development will host the second Make Your Move information session exploring careers in teaching on March 9.
Associate Professor Iman Chahine has been awarded two 3-year grants from the National Research Foundation in South Africa to study curriculum development and indigenous knowledge.
Scott Going, director of the Center for Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Arizona, will speak March 2 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
After completing her Master of Education in Health and Physical Education, Justina had a better understanding of how research informs practice. Listen to why she decided to further her education in Georgia State’s Kinesiology Ph.D. program to research assessment practices at the elementary level.
* Justina Rodriguez is an alumni of the more »
Associate Professor Cynthia Puranik is one of 105 researchers across the country named as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers.
Associate Professor Deborah Shapiro helped Georgia State University’s Recreational Services establish the university’s first wheelchair basketball intramural program, which began this month.
Erin Kothari, CEHD international programs coordinator, will speak to CEHD faculty, students and staff Feb. 24 as part of Professional Development Wednesdays.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Office of International Programs hosted the Visiting Scholars Welcome Reception to recognize this academic year’s scholars and the faculty and staff supporting them.
Scholars in attendance include: Weifeng Chen (China) Sunay Dogru (Turkey) Xiang Liu (China) Fei Li (China) Dr. Shuowang Wang (China)
Our Voices celebrates the remarkable achievements of our students, alumni and faculty.
In this edition, we focus on Bomi Kim, M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate. Kim went to high school in Pennsylvania and moved to Atlanta to attend Emory University. At Emory, she graduated with… more »