Stephen Fusco was a successful corporate lawyer for 12 years, working long hours but making a good salary. But he wanted to have a more positive impact by helping people, so he decided to pursue a career in education.
The Dream Team
What happens to the dreams we dream as children?
Do we put them in a safe place and keep them in mind as we grow up, like the protagonist in Tererai Trent’s children’s book “The Girl Who Buried Her Dreams in a Can?”
On a Wednesday afternoon at Seven… more »
Our early childhood education faculty and staff give parents recommendations for what to consider when choosing an early care learning program for their kids.
Faculty in the College of Education & Human Development’s Learning Technologies Division recommend some of the best educational apps for teachers and parents.
Recent College of Education & Human Development graduate Calvin Cole offers the top 10 ways you can stay in shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Assistant Professor Eva van Leer works with singers, theater actors and others whose voices are an intricate part of their professions to use better voice techniques in the Georgia State Voice Lab.
CEHD alumnus Deborah Crockett discusses why she’s strongly committed to giving her time and resources to the College of Education & Human Development.
A new innovative cultural exchange allows College of Education and Human Development graduates and doctoral students to teach at Guangdong Overseas Chinese High School and prepare them to start college at Georgia State after graduation.
Even though her kids are still young, JuYoung Lee, a doctoral exchange student from Seoul National University, has already started thinking about what higher education will look like when her children are old enough to attend.
Dan Sims helps keep school leaders informed about issues and approaches for handling them as part of the College of Education and Human Development’s Principals Center.