To get a better grasp of children’s health, College of Education doctoral student Elgin Andrews is working with After-School All-Stars Atlanta — a program run by the Department of Kinesiology and Health that provides comprehensive after-school programs for at-risk students in the metro Atlanta area — to study how curriculum and policy can be geared toward urban youth to increase their overall health.
Grant liaisons work with College of Education faculty or staff members to assist them in identifying funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals, obtaining required approvals, and facilitating prompt submission.
In certain situations, a grant liaison can travel with potential grant applicants and principal investigators to meet with agency program officers. Additionally, liaisons will be available to… more »
The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects supports students, faculty and staff in the College of Education with pre-award and post-award activities. We support educational researchers by assisting with searches for funding opportunities, aiding with proposal and budget development, and providing post-award financial and reporting assistance. The office’s ongoing goals (as adopted in Spring 2007)… more »
Jaleh Behroozi Soroui, director of the American Institute for Research’s Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies, will give a presentation entitled, “Measuring the Literacy Competencies of the United States and 23 Other Countries,” on Oct. 4 from 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. in room 1030 of the College of Education (30 Pryor St., Atlanta).
College of Education Professor Julie Washington and Assistant Professor Nicole Patton-Terry have received a four-year, $2.6 million grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to develop one of four national Learning Disabilities Innovation Hubs – epicenters of research on learning disabilities.
Washington and Patton-Terry will focus on African American children in… more »