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Online Gifted and Creative Education Ph. D Graduates Honored with Research Award.

Two Graduates from the online Gifted and Creative Education Ph.D. program, Dr. Selcuk Acar and Dr. Kristy Kowalske, were selected by the American Creativity Association for the E. Paul Torrance Graduate Student Research award for 2014. This is awarded to graduate students who have completed research study, and demonstrated a unique and significant contribution to the field. They also must prove that they have potential to be a leader in the field of creativity. One of the award recipients, Dr. Selcuk Acar is currently an Assistant Professor at Buffalo State University in New York.  Dr. Kristy Kowalske is also a UGA Online graduate and award recipient. She is currently a Teacher of the Gifted at Henderson County Public Schools in North Carolina.

IDD Faculty Member Named Public Service and Outreach Fellow

Theodore Kopcha, online M.Ed. Instructional Design and Technology (IDD) faculty, has been named a Public Service and Outreach Fellow for this semester. He says the fellowship “ is a way for me to learn more about what those people are doing, and offer my own insight and skills to support those efforts. It's a great way for me to use my research in a way that people value, and in a way that puts me at the forefront of my field." He is already working with the Archway Partnership helping to bring more technology into K-12 classrooms around Georgia.

October 1 deadline approaching - Apply today for the UGA Online BBA


Don’t miss out! There are only three weeks left to apply for the Online BBA from Terry College of Business by the October 1st deadline. The Online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is aimed at full-time employees, military personnel and others looking to upgrade their business skills. The online BBA is a degree completion program that specifically targets adult learners. Applications are being accepted for enrollment in January 2015.

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Online Learning at UGA makes US News and World Report Best Colleges List.


The US News Education annual college rankings were announced this morning and UGA online education programs made the cut. UGA’s Online Graduate Education Programs were ranked 22nd best in the nation. The rankings were determined by a score that weighed several factors that make an online program great including professor credentials and student engagement. Other notable rankings include The University of Georgia making the best overall category at 62nd best national university and 20th best public university.  UGA has landed among the top 20 public universities six out of the last 10 years. This year, it was one of only two SEC schools to make that list.  

UGA Online Professor, Bonnie Cramond, Wins National Honor

Bonnie Cramond, UGA faculty member in the online Educational Psychology, Gifted and Creative Education programs and Director of UGA’s Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development is being honored by the NAGC (National Association for Gifted Children) Distinguished Service Award in November at the NAGC Celebration of Excellence. This award is presented to someone who has made significant contributions in the field of gifted education and has a long standing association with NAGC.