Laura Meyers sent us the following note and a link to some wonderful photos of a group of students and faculty from GSU in China:
Tugce Gul (pronounced phonetically Too-cha Gool) is a first generation college student from Izmir, Turkey. She holds a B.S.Ed. and M.Ed. in elementary education from Ege University, Izmir and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education majoring in Teaching and Learning with a concentration in science education.
Recently,… more »
Dr. Brenda Pitts wrote to us about an international event she recently attended:
“I was in Brazil this past March as the keynote speaker and to give a lecture at the 4th Congress of the Associacao Latinoamericana de Gestao do Esporte (ALGEDE; Latin American Association for Sport Management). One of… more »
Professor Peggy Gallagher in the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders will co-edit a special issue for Teacher Education and Special Education, the journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children.
The special issue will span the topic of global perspectives on… more »
Kinesiology and Health Chair Jacalyn Lund was one of the Georgia State faculty and staff who welcomed Brazilian administrators and faculty from the University of Pernambuco and members of the Pernambuco government to campus.
View the GSU connected participants at the recent GSU/BAU conference and what their students accomplished. The conference takes place at Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi in Besiktas, Turkey where the campus is located on the edge of the Bosporus.
Announcements, news and stories about international activities taking place throughout the College of Education & Human Development.
College of Education & Human Development Associate Dean Walt Thompson, who serves on the International Paralympic Committee, gives updates from the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
The College of Education & Human Development is partnering with Guangzhou Overseas High School in Guangzhou, China, to encourage more international students to pursue their undergraduate degrees at Georgia State.
High school teachers who teach English/social science, math/physics, or science are encouraged to apply to work as high school teachers in Guangzhou, China, as part of a new Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development partnership with Guangzhou Overseas High School.
A cohort of Chinese students who intend to attend Georgia State… more »