As vice president of national sales for Live Nation, you’ll find Craig Hoover (M.S. ’95) in the best seats in the house.
Student organization CPS Pride promotes social justice and mental health well-being in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.
Meet Sue Henderson, recently named one of Georgia State’s Distinguished Alumni and president of New Jersey City University.
How do schools decide what to serve for breakfast, lunch and snack times? The Georgia Department of Education’s School Nutrition Program offers some insight.
Clinical Associate Professor and coordinator of the College of Education & Human Development’s Birth Through Five teacher education program Ruth Saxton discusses the impact of B-5 programming.
Professor Julie Washington discusses how parents can tell if their child has a learning disability and how best to support those children.
The College of Education & Human Development has several programs and initiatives designed to improve the futures of homeless and transitional children in Atlanta.
Doctoral student Jed Applerouth and his team at Applerouth Tutoring Services took a hard look at the preview of the redesigned SAT and how it compares to the ACT, another college admissions test. Here’s what they found.
Diane Truscott, associate professor in the College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, is studying the impact professional networking can have on new teachers in urban schools.
Marietta Police Officers Adam Gravitt and Chris Cannon use the skills they’ve learned in the CEHD’s Career and Technical Education program to teach the Law, Public Safety and Security career pathway at Marietta High School.