Three College of Education and Human Development alumni have been named Georgia Power New Teacher Assistance Grant awardees.
The African-American Male Initiative received a State Farm Youth Advisory Board Service-Learning Grant to expand its work at Booker T. Washington High School.
Students affiliated with Dennis Gilbride, Franco Dispenza and Cirleen DeBlaere’s recent grant gain an acute understanding of how best to assist people with mental illnesses and other disabilities.
Assistant Professor Don Davis is part of a team that was awarded a $1.8 million grant to study spiritual and psychological growth following natural disasters.
Professor Jeff Ashby was awarded a Project AWARE-Community grant to help local agencies train adults who work with teenagers to detect mental illness in youth.
Professor Peggy Gallagher was awarded a Fulbright Specialist grant for a project focused on special education curriculum development.
Three CEHD faculty received a National Science Foundation grant for a project to show middle school students what it’s like to work in STEM fields.
Professor Chara Bohan received grant funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop a two-week teacher institute for U.S. history teachers.
A small delegation from the College of Education and Human Development met with congressional staff at AACTE’s annual Day on the Hill.
Alison Norsworthy, director of the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects, will moderate a faculty panel on federal grants Feb. 11 as part of the Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series.