Janessa Henry (M.S. ’16) and Shekia Morant (M.S. ’16), sport administration alumni who currently work at Nike World Headquarters, came to campus to speak to current students about their work.
Department of Educational Policy Studies alum Lisa Thompson (Ed.D. ’21) is the 2021 recipient of the Georgia Educational Research Association’s Distinguished Paper Award.
Department of Kinesiology and Health alumnus Calvin Cole (Ph.D. ’16) received a five-year, $713,515 grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute to better understand and treat the mechanisms of pancreatic cancer-related muscle wasting.
Caroline Gilling (M.S. ’21) was one of 24 people nationwide selected for the Women in Sports Tech (WiST) 2021 Fellowship.
Hanna Whitehead (M.S. ’20) was named Employee of the Month at the North Decatur Health and Rehabilitation Center a few months after starting her job there.
For Veterans Day, we interviewed exercise science graduate student and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Brandon Brantley about his academic and professional experiences.
CEHD alum Bettina Love (Ph.D. ’08) was named the Athletic Association Professor in Education by the University of Georgia Athletic Association.
Originally from Atlanta, Jasmine Johnson graduated with a master’s degree in school counseling in 2019. She recently self-published her first children’s book entitled, “Mikey’s Lost Toy.”
Kimberly Duff graduated with a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling in 2005. She now runs a private practice, Overcomers Counseling, LLC
Johari Harris-Ward, an alumna of the College of Education & Human Development (CEHD) in educational psychology, appears on a TV news program regarding the formation of Freedom School.
Darren Clay (B.S.E. ’10, M.Ed. ’11) gained valuable insight from his educational leadership career. Here are his takeaways that he’s learned from his experience.
College of Education & Human Development alumnus Cynthia Kuhlman (M.S. ’74, Ph.D. ’80) has been named one of Georgia State University’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award honorees.
College of Education & Human Development alumnus Ingrid Thompson-Sellers (Ph.D. ’12) has been named the eighth president of South Georgia State College in Douglas, Ga.
Al Taylor completed his master’s in Educational Leadership at Georgia State University and moved forward to receive a doctorate degree in Educational Policy Studies. We caught up with Taylor to see how he’s doing.
Sara McDaniel, Ph.D. is a promising young scholar in emotional and behavioral disorders. Her focus on reducing youth violence, racism and discrimination receives considerable recognition. She is the recipient of the DR 2020 Distinguished Early Career Research Award.
College of Education & Human Development alumnus Vesta Jones (M.Ed. ’73) has been named one of Georgia State University’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni.
Social Foundations M.S. graduates, Lamees Alsami and Lindsey Garland, pose with their advisor and thesis chair, Dr. Deron Boyles at the 2019 spring commencement.
College of Education & Human Development alumnus Michael Pope (B.S.E. ’99) was one of 38 educators to receive the National Education Association (NEA) Foundation’s California Casualty Award for Teaching Excellence.
Bethany Chapple won the National Teacher of the Year Award competition for the southern district at the annual SHAPE America Convention.
The Metro Atlanta Conference Division 1 Athletic Director of the Year for 2016-2017 was Georgia State University Sport Administration alumnus, Josh Burr (’08).
Born and raised ten minutes outside of New York City, Michael Sainte (M.S., Sport Administration ’12) landed a dream job working as the Director of Compliance and Membership Services with the BIG EAST Conference in New York.
Marissa Greene graduated with an M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She found a way to marry her love of language with helping others.