Join Walt Thompson for a Twitter chat on the 2015 American Fitness Index tomorrow at 1 p.m.
How do you measure a city’s overall health and wellness? Tomorrow at 1 p.m., join Walt Thompson, College of Education and Human Development associate dean, and the American College of Sports Medicine for a Twitter chat about the… more »
Learn about what our faculty and staff are up to around the College of Education & Human Development.
Walt Thompson, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, will moderate a faculty panel Nov. 5 as part of the Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series.
The city of Atlanta was ranked the 16th healthiest metropolitan area in the United States, according to the American College of Sports Medicine’s 2014 American Fitness Index (AFI).
Eight doctoral students have been chosen to participate in the College of Education & Human Development’s 2013-2014 Dean’s Research Doctoral Fellowship initiative, a four-year program that recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments and the academic potential of newly admitted research doctoral students.
The following students were selected for the fellowship:
Jackie Bialo, Department of Counseling and Psychological… more »
Matching funds, in-kind donations bring total to $5 million
The Georgia Department of Human Services’ Afterschool Care Program awarded the After-School All-Stars Atlanta program a $1.25 million grant to continue its services during the 2013-2014 academic year.
The After-School All-Stars Atlanta (ASAS-A) program, which provides comprehensive after-school programs for at-risk students in the metro-Atlanta area,… more »
The city of Atlanta was ranked the 21st healthiest metropolitan area in the United States for the second consecutive year, according to the American College of Sports Medicine’s 2013 American Fitness Index (AFI).
Walt Thompson, associate dean for graduate studies and research in Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development and chair of… more »