Sonia Nieto highlighted the sociocultural, school-based and ideological barriers to education in the U.S. and examples of teachers breaking those barriers at this year’s Mays Lecture.
The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic has come a long way in its 40 years on campus, both helping clients and training students to be successful speech-language pathologists.
Three College of Education and Human Development alumni have been named Georgia Power New Teacher Assistance Grant awardees.
Associate Professor Reneé Schwartz is the 2015 recipient of the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) Research Award.
Several College of Education and Human Development faculty and programs have been featured in the news or received awards this month.
Jean Pearson and Jonathan Williams from the university’s Office of Disbursement and Accounts Payable will speak Nov. 18 as part of Professional Development Wednesdays.
The African-American Male Initiative received a State Farm Youth Advisory Board Service-Learning Grant to expand its work at Booker T. Washington High School.
Georgia State University’s chapter of Jumpstart celebrated Read for the Record, a national event designed to promote early childhood education.
Students affiliated with Dennis Gilbride, Franco Dispenza and Cirleen DeBlaere’s recent grant gain an acute understanding of how best to assist people with mental illnesses and other disabilities.
Assistant Professor Don Davis is part of a team that was awarded a $1.8 million grant to study spiritual and psychological growth following natural disasters.