Graduate Highlight: Chaz Tookes (M.S. ’20)
Chaz Tookes (M.S. ’20) volunteered with several major sporting events in Atlanta while she was a student in the sport administration master’s program.
Justina Jackson is graduating this spring with her doctorate in research, measurement and statistics, which she earned while juggling life as a wife, a mother and a co-owner of CrossFit EX, a group fitness business in Smyrna, Ga.
Mathew Dean, who graduates this spring with his master’s degree in English education, discusses how he became interested in teaching, his experiences in the master’s program and his advice for future students.
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.
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