Beaches, bathing suits, palm trees and cheering crowds: Thanks to the Summer Olympics and the success of the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) Tour, it doesn’t take long for the words “sand volleyball” to… more »
The College of Education and Human Development has partnered with the nonprofit Learning Innovations in Future Education to bring emerging technologies and the newest teaching and learning models to Atlanta at its STEAM3 Conference (science, technology, engineering, arts and math “cubed”) on Sept. 11-12, 2015.
The third annual study abroad program in the Department of Kinesiology and Health took place on May 12th-27th. Following the big success of this program over the past two years, a group of 7 undergraduate students together with Dr. Wu, the program director, traveled to Beijing, China this year and spent 14 days at… more »
Hundreds applied, twenty-eight were selected and two from Georgia State’s Masters in Science Sports Administration program. Francesca Turner and Rishawn Marshall were amongst the few selected to participate in the United States Olympic Committee’s Finding Leaders Among Minorities Everywhere (FLAME) Program. Both students lived on the USOC Training Facility campus for a week in Colorado… more »
According to David S. Slawson, names play an important role in identifying what is valued by society. As of July 1, 2015, the name of the College of Education at Georgia State University becomes the College of Education and Human Development. For the Kinesiology and Health Department, this is a significant change as it recognizes… more »