Greenberg Named 2022 Literacy Champion
Distinguished University Professor Daphne Greenberg has been named a 2022 Literacy Champion by Atlanta-based nonprofit Literacy Action, Inc.
Taylor McGee, a doctoral student in the educational psychology Ph.D. program, authored an article in the Journal of Black Psychology.
Jason Braasch and Daniel Conine, faculty members in the in the Department of Learning Sciences, are two of eight recipients of the College of Education & Human Development’s Faculty Awards for 2022.
Rebekah Pollock, a doctoral student in our department, has her residency study accepted for publication in the Journal of Black Psychology.
Ashley Marie Stewart is an assistant professor of educational psychology at Georgia State University in the Department of Learning Sciences. […]
Daphne Greenberg, Ph.D., serves as a panelist at the Education and Workforce Speaker Series. Science for Georgia and Partners were hosts. The event took place June 16.
Kathryn McCarthy, assistant professor in Learning Sciences is a guest on a recent episode of the Emerging Issues in Educational Psychology podcast presented by APA Division 15.
Daniel Conine, assistant professor in Learning Sciences, published an article for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
WSB-TV spoke with Iris Feinberg, a research assistant professor, about how language barriers impact a pandemic.
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