Faculty and staff in the College of Education & Human Development are among the recipients of the 2017 Carl V. Patton President’s Awards for Community Service.
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.
Assistant Professor Brett Wong is working on a four-year, $308,000 American Heart Association grant to study a new treatment for peripheral artery disease.
Associate Professor Deborah Shapiro helped Georgia State University’s Recreational Services establish the university’s first wheelchair basketball intramural program, which began this month.
College of Education and Human Development Professors Jacalyn Lund and Mike Metzler were named National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) Fellows.
Mark Geil has been appointed chair of the College of Education and Human Development’s Department of Kinesiology and Health, effective Jan. 4, 2016.
“If they walk on their toes before they turn three years old, it’s considered normal. But after three years, if they still walk on their toes and don’t have any neurological or musculoskeletal diseases, then it’s considered ‘idiopathic,” Daniel Fanchiang, Kinesiology doctoral student explained.
“That’s why we call it ‘idiopathic’ – because we don’t know… more »
Dr. Brenda Pitts wrote to us about an international event she recently attended:
“I was in Brazil this past March as the keynote speaker and to give a lecture at the 4th Congress of the Associacao Latinoamericana de Gestao do Esporte (ALGEDE; Latin American Association for Sport Management). One of my books, more »
Representatives from the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Dream and other local sport leaders will participate in the GSU Sport Leadership Forum on April 15.
Five graduate students from the College of Education & Human Development’s Sports Administration program worked as fan ambassadors at Atlanta’s new College Football Hall of Fame.