The College of Education & Human Development’s Office of Academic Assistance and Graduate Admissions is hosting three workshops for graduate students in June.
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU) have awarded Georgia State University a $50,000 grant to advance university-community partnerships to boost student success.
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Reem Faruqi (M.Ed. ’08) became a published author with “Lailah’s Lunchbox,” a story she wrote that mirrors her own experience immigrating to the United States as a young child and experiencing Ramadan at school.
School may be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean things are slowing down in Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development.
Elementary, middle and high school students will be on campus in June and July for workshops and summer academies that will expand their knowledge of teaching and learning and allow… more »
The program committee for the 12th Annual Sources of Urban Educational Excellence Conference is accepting proposals for conference sessions through June 2, 2017.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Collaboration and Resources for Encouraging and Supporting Transformations in Education (CREST-Ed) program will host its Summer Institute on Wednesday, July 12.
Faculty and staff in the College of Education & Human Development are among the recipients of the 2017 Carl V. Patton President’s Awards for Community Service.
Cuernavaca, Mexico, known colloquially as “the City of Eternal Spring,” boasts comfortable temperatures most of the year, several unique museums and indigenous archeological sites.
Assistant Professor Sue Kasun and her students traveled in and around Cuernavaca during Georgia State University’s Spring Break, taking in the sights, learning about Mexican culture and studying the relationship between… more »
Six graduate students in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services have been named 2017 National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) Minority Fellows.
Assistant Professor Sue Kasun and her students traveled to Mexico during Georgia State University’s Spring Break, where they learned about Mexican culture and the relationship between schools and society.