Ethan Tinh Trinh receives the 2017 GATESOL Public Service Award

Posted On March 2, 2018 by Hafeez Merchant
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Ethan Tinh Trinh received the 2017 GATESOL Public Service Award given by Georgia Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (GATESOL). This award honors individuals whose service to the public and actions go beyond the responsibilities of one’s profession and that have helped improve the welfare of humankind, including significant contributions benefiting one’s community, state, and/or… more »

Glorious Hair and Identities Conference

Posted On February 22, 2018 by Hafeez Merchant
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The Department of Middle and Secondary Education, is organizing its 2nd  biennial conference titled ‘Glorious Hair and Identities Conference: Honoring all crowns’ on June 2nd, 2018. 

Glorious HAIR and Identities Conference (GHIC) offers a forum for critical discussions around all aspects, dimensions, and types of hair. Aligned with the critical movement in cultural studies, GHIC… more »

Dr. Iman Chahine receives the 2018 EERA Senior Scholar Award

Posted On February 12, 2018 by Hafeez Merchant
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Dr. Iman Chahine has been awarded the 2018 Eastern Educational Research Association Senior Scholar Award for a demonstrated record of superior accomplishment in teaching ethnomathematics and indigenous mathematical knowledges using immersion in transnational contexts. The Eastern Educational Research Association Senior Scholar Award recognizes an exemplary scholar for an outstanding applied research that contributes to the… more »

Chara Bohan presents Courting Liberty

Posted On January 25, 2018
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Courting Liberty: Slavery and Equality Under the Constitution (an NEH Summer Institute for Teachers)

Georgia State University, Middle and Secondary Education Professor Chara Bohan and History Department Associate Professor H. Robert Baker will be hosting Courting Liberty: Slavery and Equality Under the Constitution (an NEH Summer Institute for teachers) from July 8 – 21.

The two-week institute… more »