Meet Brittney Caldwell, Valerie Grant and Katie Dudman, all M.A.T. Social Studies Education Spring 2017 graduates. Here, they chat about their summer plans and what they may do in the future.
Drs. David Stinson and Christopher Jett discuss their ongoing research on African American men in STEM fields on National Public Radio (NPR)
On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, Dr. David Stinson (associate professor in the College of Education and Human Development at Georgia State University) and Dr. Christopher Jett (assistant professor in the College of Science and Mathematics at the University of West Georgia) were invited to discuss their ongoing research on African American boys and men progressing… more »
Dr. Ewa McGrail and Dr. Gertrude Tinker Sachs Talk about the Comic Book Club Research Project on National Public Radio (NPR)
On Friday, January 6th, 2017, Dr. Ewa McGrail (associate professor, College of Education & Human Development) and Dr. Gertrude Tinker Sachs (chair of the Department of Middle & Secondary Education) were invited to speak about their work on helping neighborhood children learn through comic books on NPR’s popular show ‘Closer Look’.
In an exclusive interview… more »
Cuernavaca, Mexico, known colloquially as “the City of Eternal Spring,” boasts comfortable temperatures most of the year, several unique museums and indigenous archeological sites.
Assistant Professor Sue Kasun and her students traveled in and around Cuernavaca during Georgia State University’s Spring Break, taking in the sights, learning about Mexican culture and studying the relationship between… more »
The American Society for Engineering Education has awarded Assistant Professor Sue Kasun with its William Elgin Wickenden Award.
The award recognizes an article published in the Journal of Engineering Education – the premiere journal of engineering education – “that represents the highest standards of scholarly research in engineering education” in that calendar year, according… more »