The Center for Pediatric Locomotion Sciences has been awarded a three-year grant from The Gerber Foundation to conduct groundbreaking research on infants and toddlers with limb loss.
The newly-renamed Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education and Communication Disorders now reflects all three major program areas in its purview.
The city of Atlanta was ranked the 16th healthiest metropolitan area in the United States, according to the American College of Sports Medicine’s 2014 American Fitness Index (AFI).
Doctoral student Jed Applerouth highlights the changes coming to the SAT, and WABE News gives readers an inside look at the COE’s Child Development Center.
The College of Education’s Counseling Psychology doctoral program recently earned full reaccreditation from the American Psychological Association.
Associate Dean Walt Thompson has been elected vice president of the American College of Sports Medicine and was named to the Hall of Fame for The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology.
Six College of Education doctoral students have been chosen to participate in the College of Education’s 2014-2015 Dean’s Research Doctoral Fellowship initiative.
Mike Metzler addresses childhood obesity on Television New Zealand; Ruth Saxton discusses the importance of early childhood education; the Suttles Child Development Center receives top honors; J. Andrew Doyle writes about long-distance running.
Dr. Paul Alberto, interim dean of Georgia State University’s College of Education since 2012, has been appointed dean of the college following a national search.
College of Education Associate Dean Walt Thompson, who serves on the International Paralympic Committee, gives updates from the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.