D.E.W. Day was a success!

The semester is coming to an end as the campus begins to slowly vacate. Those that remain are finalizing course requirements and preparing for their next phase in life, whether it be matriculation or simply the next semester of their academic program. In the heart of Downtown Atlanta, an interdisciplinary research center exists called the… more »

Johnson and James make presentations at ASHA


Several members of the Urban Child Study Center had poster presentations accepted at the 2016 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Lakeisha Johnson, a research scientist, and Ryan James, a graduate research assistant and Ph.D. candidate in the Education of Children with Exceptionalities program at Georgia State University, attended… more »

Barria makes presentations at conferences in Fall 2016

Rebecca Barria, a graduate research assistant for the Urban Child Study Center and Ph. D. candidate in the Middle and Secondary Education program at Georgia State University, had the opportunity to present two works during the 66th Annual Literacy Research Association Conference and another at the 106th Annual National Council Teachers of English Convention. Her presentations included the… more »

Edwards publishes several works in 2016

Erica Edwards, a Project Coordinator for the Urban Child Study Center and Ph. D. candidate in the Educational Policy Studies program at Georgia State University, has contributed to several different works during 2016. Please join us as we extend kudos to her for all of her hard work. Some of Edward’s works include the following:

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Edwards receives grants for dissertation

Erica Edwards is the recent recipient of two dissertation support grants from the Georgia State University. As a grant recipient of the Georgia State University Dissertation Grant Program and the College of Education & Human Development Doctoral Dissertation Support Award, Edwards will be able to continue fulfilling the educational requirements of obtaining her… more »