College of Education & Human Development Professor Jackie Lund was one of seven scholars across the country inducted into the National Academy of Kinesiology.
The academy is an honorary organization composed of scholars “who have made distinguished and sustained contributions to the field of kinesiology through scholarship and professional service,” according to its… more »
Assistant Professor Jessica Scott has been awarded a $35,000 Spencer Foundation grant for a project entitled, “The role of early language and academic English in the reading comprehension of middle and high school deaf and hard of hearing students.”
“I am thrilled to receive the Spencer Foundation grant to continue my research,” Scott said.… more »
This summer, Dr. Erin Mason returned to Georgia State University where she received her Master’s, Ed.S. and Ph.D. She’s originally from Georgia and practiced here for 13 years before working towards her Ph.D. After that, she spent 9 years as a faculty member of DePaul University in Chicago. She’s passionate about counseling (middle school in… more »
Dr. Marisa Franco is a new assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University. After attending New York University and receiving her B.A. in Applied Psychology, she received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland. Dr. Franco’s research focuses on the experiences of… more »
ATLANTA—Four faculty in Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development have received a five-year, $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition to prepare educators who work with bilingual students.
Laura May, Cathy Amanti, Sue Kasun and Gary Bingham will head the Equipping Schools, Communities, and Universities… more »
Prior to applying to Georgia State’s Instructional Design & Technology (IDT) master’s program, I conducted face-to-face classroom trainings as a training specialist for about a year. I enjoyed my position, however I realized I preferred designing courses as opposed to facilitating classes.