The College of Education and Human Development is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2016 Faculty Awards, who were recognized at a luncheon held in their honor on March 29.
Assistant Professor Brett Wong is working on a four-year, $308,000 American Heart Association grant to study a new treatment for peripheral artery disease.
Two faculty members from Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) traveled to the University of Botswana.
Drs. Melissa Zeligman and Laura Shannonhouse delivered books on counseling and psychological services to the University of Botswana. They look forward to traveling back to Botswana next year on a study abroad program with a group of students… more »
Rupal Patel, founder and director of the Communication Analysis and Design Laboratory at Northeastern University, will speak April 13 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
Dr. Gary Bingham sent us the following update about his students in Norway.
Bingham and Dr. Kyong-Ah Kwon were in Oslo with a group of students. They were conducting ECEE study abroad program with graduate students. Bingham is working on a grant with partner institution Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA) in… more »
Starbucks employees met with participants in Washington High School’s African-American Male Initiative and Early College program to share their successes in the business world and offer career advice.
Associate Dean Walt Thompson has been named president-elect of the American College of Sports Medicine, the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world.
College of Education and Human Development Dean Paul Alberto has been named the 2016 recipient of the Council for Exceptional Children’s Burton-Blatt Humanitarian Award.
Clinical Associate Professor Laura Meyers designed an authentic classroom set for the Pinch ‘n’ Ouch Theatre’s premiere of “Gidion’s Knot,” a play about a particularly emotional parent-teacher conference.
Georgia State University is one of over 280 early colleges nationwide that will celebrate Early College High School Week, March 20-26, 2016.