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  • COE to host Educator Wellness Day
    On Saturday, September 24 at noon, current mentors working with Georgia Southern University College of Education (COE) students are invited to participate in a day of appreciation. “All across the state we have dedicated professionals who work with our students preparing to become teachers, educational leaders, counselors, and school psychologists,” said Alisa Leckie, Ph.D., assistant […]
  • Williams-Johnson selected as Governor’s Teaching Fellow
    Georgia Southern University Professor of Educational Research Meca Williams-Johnson, Ph.D., has been selected to serve as a member of the Governor’s Teaching Fellows (GTF) 2022-2023 cohort. “I am enthusiastic about the program opportunity,” said Williams-Johnson. “It will allow me time to ask more questions, dig deeper and measure progress in something I’ve been involved in […]
  • Meet the Call Me MiSTER cohort
    The College of Education would like to introduce the first cohort of students in the Call Me MiSTER program at Georgia Southern University. James Jenkins Hometown: Alpharetta, Georgia Major: Secondary Education, Concentration in Biology  Why Georgia Southern?  I actually had Georgia Southern, Georgia State, and Kennesaw State Universities as my top three choices. After visiting […]
  • Dressing for success
    COE provides access to professional wear for education majors in field placements The College of Education (COE) is piloting a clothing donation and supply operation this fall on the Armstrong Campus in Savannah. Prioritizing students who are seniors and working in their classroom field placements, the program hopes to provide students with an option to […]
  • Teacher education faculty create a makerspace for students
    Prior to the recent opening of the Re-Creation Room, a makerspace in the College of Education (COE) on the Statesboro Campus of Georgia Southern University, faculty members from teacher preparation programs Ariel Cornett, Ph.D., Regina McCurdy, Ph.D., and Montana Smithey, Ph.D., were individually collecting materials such as empty milk cartons, paper towel rolls and fabric […]
  • Thaler receives the 2022 Betty-Ware Wray Staff Award
    The Betty-Ware Wray staff award is given annually to a College of Education (COE) staff member who has excelled in their job performance as well as University service. During the College’s annual meeting on August 3, Mary Thaler, administrative assistant for the Center for STEM Education was named the 2022 recipient.  Thaler joined the COE’s […]

Last updated: 3/10/2021