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The fifth annual Middle Georgia Diversity in Education Conference was held on March 24, 2014 at Georgia College in collaboration with Forth Valley State University.



Dr. Carol Christy is spending the spring 2014 semester at the Canadian Centre for Research on Literacy at the University of Alberta as a 2013-2014 Fulbright Scholar.




The inaugural lecture of the John H. Lounsbury Distinguished Lecture Series on American Education was held January 16, 2014.  Dr. Paul S. George, Professor of Education Emeritus at the University of Florida, presented Education and the Future: A Progressive Perspective.




Special education students: Samantha Jones, Monica Macklin, Emily Chatlen and Paola Hinojosa spent three weeks student teaching at the Queensmill School in London in December 2013.



Dr. Vickie Deneroff published an article in November 2013, “Professional Development in Person: Identity and the Construction of Teaching within a High School Science Department,” available on the Cultural Studies of Science Education website. To find out more about Dr. Deneroff’s article CLICK HERE.


Laura Hamley, a junior Special Education major, was selected as Georgia's 2013-2014, Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) president.



The John H. Lounsbury College of Education, the Central Georgia Writing Project, and Georgia College hosted Beyond Standards: Exploring Text Complexity to Engage Readers and Writers on June 28, 2013 at the GC Macon Graduate Center.  Photo: Dr. Linda Golson-Bradley,  keynote speaker, Carmen Agra Deedy, and Dr. Sandra Webb. 


The students of CMLA hosted the 9th annual Middle Level Education Summit at Georgia College on October 11, 2013. Special guests: Dr. Betty Edwards, Dr. Nancy Doda, and Dr. Kathleen Thompson spoke to this year’s theme, We are the Revolution.  Pictured:  Dr. Kathy Thompson, Dr. Betty Edwards, Dr. John H. Lounsbury, and Dr. Nancy Doda.



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