Elizabeth Omiteru

Upcoming Presentations Mark the Start of Project Innovate at Valdosta State University

As Interim President Dr. Cecil Staton has consistently emphasized, this is a year for the VSU community to focus on innovations that will critically address student recruitment, retention, and graduation rates. In large measure, what we do now will impact the future of Valdosta State University. Project Innovate will be a campus wide effort to […]

Dr. Spires examines the Impact of Social Mobility and Marginalization among youths in Hong Kong.

One of the COEHS’s own, Dr. Bob Spires of the Middle, Secondary, Reading and Deaf Education department, spent the summer representing VSU in Asia.  Dr. Spires worked as a research consultant with Hong Kong-based charity Project Share working on social mobility and marginalization issues with disadvantaged youth in Hong Kong, as well as field research […]

What a Student Learned From a Short Experiment in Self-Directed Learning

Like a lot of students, 17-year-old Nick Bain says he really likes his school, but sometimes it can feel like a chore. Read More… Article by Jenny Brundin| MindShift | KQED News  

Textbook Transformation Grant

Valdosta State University’s Dewar College of Education and Human Services faculty and staff were among those whose grant proposal was accepted in the first round of the Textbook Transformation Grants during academic year Fall 2014 – Spring 2015, through a new University System of Georgia initiative called Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG). Drs. Scheffler, Andrews, and […]

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