Jennifer Leeman, associate professor of Hispanic linguistics at George Mason University, will speak to students, faculty and staff Feb. 4 as part of the Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series.
The purpose of the Center for Evaluation and Research Services (CERS) is to initiate and participate in evaluation and research service activities that improve the educational outcomes for Georgia and the nation’s diverse population, positively impacting educational practice while encouraging collaboration among and between disciplines.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Adult Literacy Research Center (ALRC) seeks to develop an interdisciplinary focus in order to understand different aspects of literacy in diverse contexts, such as health, family, workplace, community, etc.
Business Manager presentations take place on the third Wednesday of every month at 12 p.m. in College of Education and Human Development room 1030.
Topics for these presentations will be announced closer to their dates.
The Distinguished Speaker Series brings cutting-edge researchers at the state and national levels to the college on the first Wednesday of each month. Presentations are held at 12 noon (unless otherwise noted) in the College of Education and Human Development Forum, room 1030.
September 7 Helen Malone, The Ohio State University
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The Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series offers workshops, forums and talks on a range of topics aimed at the college’s faculty, staff and students.
The series offers four different types of presentations each Wednesday during the academic year:
A Distinguished Speaker Series presentation, which brings cutting-edge researchers at the state and national levels to the college; An Office of… more »
Hyun-joo Park, associate professor in the Department of Education at Dongguk University in South Korea, will give a presentation on June 13 highlighting cross-cultural research efforts.
College of Education & Human Development Assistant Professor Gholnecsar Muhammad has received the 2014 Promising Researcher Award from the National Council of Teachers of English.
Geil, the co-director of the Center for Pedicatric Locomotion Sciences, talks about why it’s important for children who are missing a limb to start using the right prosthetic as early as possible.
The Professional Development Wednesdays Information Series provides a platform for dissemination and discussion of new research, grant implementation, instructional technology, and educational issues.
Each week of the month, from September to November and from February to April, a different speaker will address interested faculty, students, and staff in The Forum, 1030 Education Building, at noon.… more »