Shamma Pierre and Patou Yunusa were two participants in this summer’s I AM STEM Camp, a program led by CEHD Associate Professor Natalie King.
Nadia Behizadeh, Cheryll Thompson-Smith and PJ Miller are the 2022 recipients of the ELATE Janet Emig Award, which recognizes researchers studying English teacher education.
Sue Kasun, associate professor in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education, is the 2022 recipient of the College of Education & Human Development’s Innovation in International Education Faculty Award.
Assistant Professor Jessica Scott and Associate Professor Sue Kasun co-authored a chapter in a book selected as one of Choice’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2021.
This summer, students in the college’s CREATE teacher residency program participated in the Ella Baker-Lugenia Hope-Septima Clark Summer Institute, named after three important yet often overlooked black women who organized and advocated for social change in Atlanta and throughout the South.