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 »
At a State Capitol announcement on June 1, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and Arthur Levine celebrated the state of Georgia’s class of Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellows.
Four doctoral students have been selected to receive College of Education & Human Development Doctoral Dissertation Awards.
A first-generation college student, Alice Ejemole (B.S.E. ’16) found her place in Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development and earned her degree this May.
Early childhood education student Adrian Clyde Douglas II recently led a Panther Breakaway trip to New Orleans to give university students a more comprehensive look at urban education.
After completing her Master of Education in Health and Physical Education, Justina had a better understanding of how research informs practice. Listen to why she decided to further her education in Georgia State’s Kinesiology Ph.D. program to research assessment practices at the elementary level.
* Justina Rodriguez is an alumni of the more »
Our Voices celebrates the remarkable achievements of our students, alumni and faculty.
In this edition, we focus on Bomi Kim, M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate. Kim went to high school in Pennsylvania and moved to Atlanta to attend Emory University. At Emory, she graduated with… more »
Also known as “Dr. Science,” Brian Williams discusses the Culturally Responsive Pedagogy course he teaches as part of the Urban Accelerated Certificate & Master’s (UACM) alternative teacher preparation program, and why it’s important to prepare teachers to look at the whole child.
Often under identified and underserved in schools, listen to why Rachael Mendel, a special education teacher, wants to pursue a doctorate degree to research students exhibiting a high IQ and co-existing learning disability.
Three College of Education and Human Development doctoral students have been accepted into Georgia State University’s inaugural class of Final Year Fellows.