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  • Update on the College of Education Dean Search
    To: Georgia Southern Faculty, Staff and Students From: Dr. Carl Reiber, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs I am delighted to announce that Dr. Sharon Subreenduth has been selected as the next dean of the College of Education. We conducted a national search for this vital position and Dr. Subreenduth emerged as the most […]
  • Middle grades education students connect with peers across the nation during book study
    Sixteen Georgia Southern University students majoring in middle grades education participated in a book study with fellow middle grades education students from colleges and universities around the country. Amanda Wall, Ph.D., associate professor of middle grades education, is teaching the MGED 3131: Nature and Curriculum Needs of the Middle Grades Learner course this semester and […]
  • Georgia Southern College of Education, Chatham County public school system partnership earns state honor
    A strategic partnership between Georgia Southern University’s College of Education and the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) has earned a top state accolade. The Georgia Association of School Personnel Administrators (GASPA) annually recognizes successes in state school districts with the Best in Class recognition program. SCCPSS received the 2020 Platinum Award of Excellence in […]
  • Three members of the COE community honored at Black Women Empowerment celebration
    On Feb. 27, five women were honored at Georgia Southern University’s 3rd Annual “Shine, Black Girl, Shine” Black Women Empowerment Awards. Three of the awardees are representative of the College of Education (COE). Laquandra Bundrage, current education major; Talmeshia Parker, education alumna; and Chelda Smith, Ph.D., a COE faculty member, were honored at the event […]
  • Elementary education students join second grade class to meet creator of Pete the Cat
    James Dean, creator and illustrator of the children’s book character Pete the Cat, visited College of Education (COE) alumna Whitley “Whit” King’s (’15) online second grade class at Sally D. Meadows Elementary School in Vidalia, Georgia, via Google Meet on Feb. 26. King reached out to former mentor Kathleen Crawford, Ed.D., assistant professor of elementary […]
  • Georgia Southern named No. 2 on master’s in higher education administration rankings
    Georgia Southern University’s M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration was ranked No. 2 in the country by, an organization that examines online educational opportunities and resources for potential students. Rankings were determined by examining yearly tuition rates, graduation rates, faculty experience, student feedback, student resources, job placement and total enrollment. “To be ranked as No. […]

Last updated: 3/10/2021