Associate Professor Ann Cale Kruger received a three-year, $970,704 grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate how the human brain has evolved to support technological learning.
CEHD student Adrian Neely was one of 40 doctoral students from across the country selected to participate in the Health Policy Research Scholars program.
Doctoral student Katie Wade was one of 49 students from around the world invited to attend the European Science Education Research Association’s 2016 Doctoral Student Summer School program.
Helen Malone from The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology will speak to CEHD students, faculty and staff Sept. 7 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
As part of NBC’s coverage of the Olympics, Associate Dean Walt Thompson teamed up with 11Alive’s Chesley McNeil to explore the science behind Olympic sports — and try some sports out themselves!
Lynn Hart (Ph.D. ’84) has been named chair of the College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, effective Aug. 15.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Sport Administration master’s program has been ranked No. 10 in the world and No. 9 in North America by SportBusiness International.
Master’s students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program have spent two days a week this summer working at the Atlanta Children’s Shelter to support early literacy.
Gholnecsar Muhammad hosts Black Youth Write, a NCTE-funded workshop bringing local students to campus to practice their writing skills and explore issues facing black youth today.
Thanks to a recent Teacher Quality Grant, Clinical Associate Professor Pier Junor Clarke is providing professional development and support for local high school mathematics teachers.