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News articles categorized as: Outreach

Interdisciplinary students work together to serve children with complex needs

October 24, 2019
Over the course of two days, graduate students in the PIPs program, as well as students from affiliated universities, worked together to support young children with high-intensity needs.

‘You are my other me:' Mental health clinic provides free services to Latinx community

October 10, 2019
Edward Anthony Delgado-Romero, associate dean and professor of counseling psychology, created a free counseling clinic to fill a need in the Latinx community.

Assistant professor aims to create alliance for Parkinson’s research

October 9, 2019
Tarkesh Singh is investigating whether non-contact boxing can alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease with the help of local businesses, clinics and the Athens community.

Tanzanian trip plants seed for robotics and future technology

June 21, 2019
By connecting math and science concepts with real-world experiences, UGA faculty member hopes lessons impact country's overall economy.

Summer poetry series enhances teachers' creative outlets

June 20, 2019
A Seat in the Shade puts poets on the stage at Hendershot's for three Tuesdays in July.

Bullying prevention contest expands to elementary art

April 18, 2019
This fall the contest expanded to include elementary students' artwork that illustrated the concept of bullying prevention.

Fifth-graders among presenters at NAPDS conference

April 18, 2019
The year's conference location made it possible for both Clarke County School District and UGA College of Education representatives involved in the Professional Development School District partnership to attend and present.

Milner visit sparks critical consciousness discussion

April 18, 2019
His research examines practices and policies that support teacher effectiveness in urban schools and has influenced designs and practices of teacher education courses and programs across the country.

Not a guilt trip: Study looks at couples' path to staying in shape

January 7, 2019
Now recruiting new participants, the study looks at how exercising with friends or a partner and with an electronic tracker helps keep older adults active.

UGA, Putnam County teachers work to create new model for lessons

December 17, 2018
Project uses images from the National Archives to drive project-based learning.