Counselor Education faculty host workshops, publish research

Dr. Lurelia Hardy and Dr. Paulette Harris presented a paper along with Dr. Andrew Kemp from Teacher Education at the Eastern Education Research Conference, Feb 19-22, 2014 in Jacksonville, Fla.

Dr. Hardy and Dr. Harris held an Adult Financial Literacy Workshop at the GRU Literacy Center’s White – Jenkins Elementary School Annex on March 3.

Dr. Harris presented on March 4 at National Youth at Risk on the topic of  “Reaching and Teaching Literacy Skills to At-Risk Students through Music.”

Dr. Darla Linville evaluated Senior Project presentations at Lakeside High School on March 17; judged undergraduate research posters at the Phi Kappa Phi student research conference at Georgia Regents University on March 19; presented a session with Dr. Rebecca Harper entitled “Queers in the Classroom: Using literature with LGBTQQ characters in Schools” at the Impacting Student Learning Conference at Georgia Regents University on March 22; presented a paper entitled “What does policy have to do with it? Anti-bullying legislation and LGBTQQ youth participation in schools” on the panel “Reclaiming the Methodological Grounds of Neo-Liberal Education Policy Research” at the American Educational Research Association Conference in Philadelphia, Penn., on April 5; and presented public comment at the Richmond County Board of Education April 17 meeting about the importance of including sexual orientation, gender expression and identity as enumerated categories in the anti-bullying policy of Richmond County Schools.

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