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 with the Educational Psychology, Special Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders. She received the College of Education & Human Development Distinguished Faculty Award. This $1,000 award recognizes a full-time faculty member in the college for outstanding contributions to their discipline through a combination of research and service.
Dr. Julie Washington is an associate director of the Urban Child Study Center and associate professor with the Educational Psychology, Special Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders. She received the Outstanding Urban Education Research Award. This $500 award recognizes a tenured or tenure-track faculty member for outstanding achievement in the areas of scholarship and creative activity in urban education.
We congratulate the center’s leaders on their outstanding achievements!
For more information on CEHD’s 2017 Faculty Award recipients, click here.