Articles by Kathryn Kao
|May. 15 2017||
Mary Atwater, a professor in the mathematics and science education department in the College of Education, will use an NSF grant to examine new ways to broaden participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM fields for science education faculty of African or Latino ancestry.
|Apr. 10 2017||
Creating innovative materials to teach Russian grammar is a challenging task. But with the development of new technologies that allow for cross-cultural communication, both students learning a second language and faculty members conducting cutting-edge experiments can tackle these challenges head on from thousands of miles apart.
|Feb. 20 2017||
Fadia Nasser-Abu Alhija, the first Israeli Arab woman to be appointed an associate professor at an Israeli research university and a graduate of UGA's College of Education, is consulting with College of Education professor Allan Cohen and a grant team at the University of Kentucky on a joint research project.
|Jan. 30 2017||
Laine Bradshaw's work is focused on developing and leveraging diagnostic psychometric methodology not currently used in assessment systems in order to design assessments that are both detailed and efficient.
|Nov. 16 2015||
Research, teaching, and service-these are the three defining pillars that encapsulate the work of Richard O. Welsh.
|Oct. 26 2015||
A line of pool noodles, beach balls and rubber chickens may seem like the perfect props for a pool party, but for students taking the adapted physical education class offered by the College of Education's kinesiology department, they make up an essential component of a long-established program.
|Oct. 5 2015||
Mark Runco, a professor in the educational psychology department at the College of Education, recently participated in a report that examines how creativity works in the brain.