CEHD honored by international nonprofit
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – The College of Education & Human Development (CEHD) was honored with the Souper Star Champions of Education Award by the African SOUP, an educational nonprofit organization that is advancing active learning for children in Uganda.
CEHD was honored at the annual celebration luncheon for their ‘tireless efforts in creating a future where all children, especially those impacted by The African SOUP, have endless possibility.’
CEHD representatives in attendance to accept the award included Dean Paul Alberto, Dr. Olga Jarrett, Dr. Rhina Fernandes Williams, Dr. Laura Meyers, Dr. David Wojnowski, and Dr. E. Namisi Chilungu.
Office of International Initiatives
The African SOUP’s rural community development programs work in tandem with their national Active Learning Project to deliver a model of education that engages learners, develops community, and inspires leaders across Uganda.
In 2015, CEHD signed a MOC with the Bishop Willis Core Primary Teacher’s College and the African SOUP. The College will offer a 2017 Maymester study abroad program in Uganda entitled the ESTEAM (Environmental Science Team for Education, Arts & Multiculturalism) Project, which will include activities for undergraduate and graduate students that focus on developing interdisciplinary learning while providing invaluable intercultural experience opportunities through experiences in Ugandan urban, rural and natural settings.
For more information on the College of Education & Human Development’s international reach, please visit their office of International Programs.
The Office of International Initiatives at Georgia State University is responsible for the strategic integration and coordination of the University’s international initiatives, partnerships, grants, program development and management, events and activities, study abroad programs, and the Confucius Institute.