Dr. Patton-Terry speaks at spring 2017 commencement

Congratulations spring 2017 graduates!

We are continuously proud of our graduates within the College of Education & Human Development at Georgia State University. The Executive Director of the Urban Child Study Center, Dr. Nicole Patton-Terry spoke at this year’s commencement.

For photos captured during this event, please see the following Twitter shares:

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Rebecca Barria recognized for being a Outstanding Ph.D. student

Posted On April 6, 2017

Rebecca Barria, a graduate assistant in the Urban Child Study Center, was selected to receive the Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award (Language and Literacy Education) from the Department of Middle and Secondary Education at the College of Education & Human Development’s 2017 Honors Day Ceremony. This award is chosen by faculty and presented to a… more »

Patton-Terry and Washington are recognized by CEHD

Dr. Nicole Patton-Terry (4th from left) and Dr. Julie Washington (3rd from right) were recently recognized by  the College of Education and Human Development at Georgia State University for their outstanding accomplishments within the realm of research and academia.

Dr. Patton-Terry is the executive director  of the Urban Child Study Center and an associate professor … more »

UCSC is invited to join the National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnership

The Urban Child Study Center has been invited join the National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships (NNERPP). NNERPP’s focus has been on supporting the development of powerful research-practice partnerships in a variety of educational settings. Some of the many benefits of this alliance will allow UCSC to:

Participate in the annual meeting to facilitate a… more »

Margaret Quinn wins the Hayden-Waltz Doctoral Dissertation Award

 

Margaret F. Quinn, a graduate research assistant in the Urban Child Study Center,  is the winner of the 2017 Hayden-Waltz Doctoral Dissertation Award established by College of Education & Human Development alumni, Drs. Mel Hayden (Ph.D. ’89, Ed.S. ’82) and Lucy Waltz Hayden (Ph.D. ’86, M.Ed. ’77), to honor their parents.… more »