Carolyn Hall (Ed.S. ’93) has dedicated her life to making a difference in children’s lives. She spent the bulk of her career in south central Los Angeles, working for 16 years in the sprawling Los Angeles Unified School District, the second-largest school system in the country. She then moved more than 2,000 miles to Georgia, where she spent a stint in suburban Atlanta as the principal of two Cobb County elementary schools.
The College of Education has produced thousands of qualified professionals who have made a positive impact on the field of education. Click the stories below to read more about some of our outstanding alumni.
Featured Profile – Dianne Thompson
GSU Degree: Master in Education in School Counseling
Graduation Year: 1996
Length of time: 8 years
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The College of Education Alumni Network Scholarship Program honors students who exemplify excellence by their scholarship and commitment to improving student achievement.
College of Education Alumni Scholarships Awarded
Doctoral students Cory Baumann, Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology (Muscle Biology) and LaToya Russell Ph.D. in Educational Policy Studies are the recipients of the 2014 College of Education… more »
The College of Education Alumni Network of colleagues and friends share a commitment to leadership in education and are dedicated to advancing social and professional opportunities for its members. The College of Education Alumni Network also promotes the mission of Georgia State by establishing beneficial relations between the college and its alumni and supporting… more »
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The College of Education is training the next generation of educators. You can continue your support by giving to the college and joining the Alumni Network. Your gift enhances the college in every area, and our Alumni Network is dedicated to advancing social and professional opportunities for our… more »
Pamella Windham inherited two very important interests from her father. One was baseball — Pamella says she’s still glued to the TV for Braves games on a daily basis. The other was music.
The College of Education’s 2013 Honors Day ceremony honored more than 90 students, faculty, staff and alumni for their achievements in research, teaching and service.