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Articles by Kristen Morales
|Nov. 13 2017||
A political discussion can easily turn emotional. But when these emotions erupt among middle and high school students, they can become powerful teaching tools to keep kids engaged and learning, according to a University of Georgia researcher.
|Oct. 30 2017||
Athletic training students and faculty at the University of Georgia have a new way to learn about sports injuries and treatments thanks to a recent gift.
|Aug. 28 2017||
Kalianne Neumann, a doctoral candidate in UGA's College of Education, created Revision Assistant, an add-on proofreading tool for Gooogle Documents.
|Jul. 17 2017||
A planned gift from a University of Georgia alumni couple will help first-generation college students become educators.
|Feb. 20 2017||
The effects a concussion has on driving a vehicle may continue to linger even after the symptoms disappear, according to a new study by UGA researchers.
|Jan. 17 2017||
A team of counseling psychology graduate students led by a UGA professor is improving the availability of mental health care for the Athens-area Latino population.
|Oct. 31 2016||
The College of Education's new dual-language immersion program gives students real-world teaching experience.
|Oct. 3 2016||
Students from rural communities who want to attend college face challenges on their pathways to higher education, according to a new study from a UGA researcher.
|Sep. 19 2016||
Eleven-year-old Talia Henderson's summer plans did not involve spending time at Clarke Middle School, where she began sixth grade this fall.
|Sep. 6 2016||
As the college football season starts, a new UGA study finds players are more likely to suffer from heat-related illness during the first two weeks of practice, especially those in the Southeast.
|Aug. 29 2016||
To explore the relationship between the percentage of fat in muscle and overall health, UGA graduate student Hui-Ju Young began looking into ways to use ultrasound to measure muscle health. She had no idea her research would be based on cattle—and cuts of beef.
|Aug. 15 2016||
Exercise, even a small amount, can help alleviate symptoms of ADHD in adults, according to a new study by UGA researchers.
|Aug. 8 2016||
In football, player-on-player hits will likely cause more severe head impacts than other impacts, according to a new study by a UGA researcher.
|Jul. 25 2016||
Some hard-core cyclists shave their hair for that sliver of an edge—less wind resistance, faster speed.
|May. 2 2016||
Exercise can help enhance the effects of blood glucose-lowering medication, according to an award-winning study by a UGA graduate student.