Staff Spotlight

Drs. Sanderson and Hannibal Receive Appreciation Awards

Dr. Sonya Sanderson and Dr. Ruth Hannibal received a Certificate of Appreciation for “YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE” awards from the Career Opportunities Office.  Both were recognized “for supporting the mission of Career Opportunities in developing successful students/alumni.” Drs. Sanderson and Hannibal are faculty at the College of Education and Human Services. Sanderson is an Associate […]

Encouraging Lifelong Learning – Dr. J.T. Cox

“We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing tasks is to teach people how to learn.” – Peter F. Drucker Click on the video link below to listen as Dr. J.T. Cox  shares some of his insights on lifelong learning. Dr. Cox is […]

VSU Professor Explores Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia

Dr. Bob Spires, an assistant professor in the Middle, Secondary, Reading and Deaf Education at the COEHS, spent a month this Summer in Southeast Asia conducting research on human trafficking, education and at-risk youth. Collaborating with two Hong Kong-based non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Project Share and Liberty Asia, Dr. Spires conducted qualitative research with students and […]

Dr. Obiakor Officially Releases Newest Book!

Dr. Festus Obiakor, Head of  Department of Early Childhood and Special Education Valdosta State University, has officially released his newest book titled “White Voices in Multicultural Psychology, Education, and Leadership: Inside the Walls of America’s Higher Education.” His book brings “White voices” into the multicultural education conversation. Scholars and educators share valuable personal narratives and […]

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