Erica Bass-Flimmons, a doctoral candidate in our Learning Technologies Division, is the recipient of an inaugural seed grant in health innovation. The grant will help Flimmons’ work on mPowering Maternal Health In Ghana (MHIG). Her research involves using mobile messaging technology to assess antenatal care… more »
The College of Education & Human Development received the Souper Star Champions of Education Award from the African SOUP, a nonprofit advancing active learning for children in Uganda.
Dr. Yali Zhao sent us the following update on April 12 about her spring student teaching study abroad program in China. Please enjoy her report!
Dear ECEE family,
Hope you are doing well!
We (me and ten students) left Atlanta on a Saturday afternoon on April 9. We arrived safe and sound… more »
CEHD students and faculty recently traveled abroad during Georgia State University’s Spring Break, where they explored different cultures and visited local schools.
Two faculty members from Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) traveled to the University of Botswana.
Drs. Melissa Zeligman and Laura Shannonhouse delivered books on counseling and psychological services to the University of Botswana. They look forward to traveling back to Botswana next year on a study abroad program with a group of students… more »
Dr. Gary Bingham sent us the following update about his students in Norway.
Bingham and Dr. Kyong-Ah Kwon were in Oslo with a group of students. They were conducting ECEE study abroad program with graduate students. Bingham is working on a grant with partner institution Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA) in… more »
Pictured above is Dr. Peggy Gallagher on a Fulbright assignment. She was in Sri Lanka to develop a curriculum to train special education teachers at the University of Kelaniya.
Dr. Peggy Gallagher and College of Education & Human Development colleagues attended the New Trends in Education Conference last year. The conference is held in conjunction with Bahcesehir University in Istanbul. Pictured above from left to right are Drs. Jonathan Cohen, Peggy Gallagher, Rachel Fiore and… more »
Recently, a delegate from North West University (NWU) in Potchefstroom, South Africa visited us. They met with Dean Paul Alberto to discuss potential collaboration with our College. They also discussed formalizing an agreement for student and faculty exchanges.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Office of International Programs hosted the Visiting Scholars Welcome Reception to recognize this academic year’s scholars and the faculty and staff supporting them.
Scholars in attendance include: Weifeng Chen (China) Sunay Dogru (Turkey) Xiang Liu (China) Fei Li (China) Dr. Shuowang Wang (China)