By Anique Hameed, Crim Center Graduate Research Assistant
The 9th Annual Sources of Urban Educational Excellence Conference took place on Saturday, April 19 at Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development. The event was hosted by the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence and organized by the Crim Center’s Urban Education Think… more »
The Early College Program and the Crim Center would like to offer a warm thank you to the Atlanta Hawk organization and all who supported our “Send an Early College Student to a Hawks Game” promotion. A special thank you to Meghan Duffy of the Atlanta Hawks for all of her assistance with this event.
Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development professors and Crim Center Affiliated Faculty Dr. Vera L. Stenhouse, Dr. Olga S. Jarrett, Dr. Rhina M. Fernandes Williams and Dr. E. Namisis Chilungu published a new edited book titled In the Service of Learning and Empowerment: Service- Learning, Critical Pedagogy, and the Problem-Solution Project. Unique… more »
By Dr. Brian Williams & Dana Salter, M.Ed., Crim Center Staff
In 2011, GSU President, Dr. Mark P. Becker, officially launched the university’s strategic plan. The plan was designed to guide the university on a path to being “recognized as a dynamic academic community where teaching and research combine to produce leaders and create solutions… more »
The Crim Center is proud to highlight our partnership with Junior Achievement of Georgia. Junior Achievement, affectionately known as JA, is an organization that inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a global economy. It is the world’s largest organization directly dedicated to educating students in grades K-12… more »