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  • COE faculty and staff are part of the research team for National Science Foundation Lifelong Learning Grant to address workforce needs
    Elise Cain, Ph.D., and Kania Greer, Ed.D., are part of a research team participating in the recently awarded National Science Foundation Lifelong Learning Grant. Read the full story here.
  • Georgia Southern education professors awarded nearly $400K from National Science Foundation, part of collaborative $3M initiative to improve math problem solving through innovation
    Almost 30% of adults in the U.S. lack basic numeracy skills, meaning they don’t understand simple processes like counting, arithmetic and calculating percentages.  Two professors from Georgia Southern University’s College of Education (COE) are part of a collaborative effort, funded by a $3 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, aimed at improving that number for upcoming generations.  Sam … Read more
  • Gulfstream expands grad assistantship
    Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is expanding their graduate assistantship this fall to include a second student from Georgia Southern University’s College of Education (COE). For the past six years, the assistantship has been a unique two-year assignment to support Gulfstream’s Student Leadership Program (SLP) in Savannah. Rather than complete her term, the current grad assistant, Paige … Read more
  • Doctoral students awarded memorial scholarship
    Georgia Southern University’s Bryan Deever Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Sequaya Chapman and Marshall Parrent during the Curriculum Studies Doctoral Program Orientation on April 22. Each student was awarded $880 toward tuition for their Ed.D. in Curriculum Studies.  Grateful for the scholarship, Chapman says, “This award means that I don’t have to worry about paying … Read more
  • Summer training for Hodge Elementary leadership
    Georgia Southern’s College of Education (COE) is making sure that Sarah Mills Hodge Elementary School (Hodge) starts school with confidence this fall. Ten teachers from the Savannah school have been selected to participate in custom, grant-funded training and curriculum development this summer. The cohort will focus on incorporating new Georgia state standards for literacy and … Read more
  • Students deployed as literacy tutors
    This June, 62 college students provided literacy tutoring for elementary school summer learning programs in Statesboro and Savannah. The tutors worked with small groups of students for four weeks to prevent summer learning loss and improve student attitudes about reading. The tutors were recruited from Georgia Southern University, Savannah State University, East Georgia College, Savannah … Read more

Last updated: 4/4/2023