The Institute of Medicine and National Research Council released its “Confronting Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States” study Wednesday calling for the development of collaborative, multisector responses to prevent, identify and respond to these abuses of children.
“No one sector can solve this problem on its own,” said Jonathan… more »
This fall, three professors, Jessica Gabel, Corneill Stephens and Leslie Wolf, will teach new or enriched courses designed to enhance students applied or experiential learning.
The three professors received three $11,000 teaching innovation grants this summer to design or revise their courses as part of a pilot program. Faculty submitted proposals, which were evaluated based… more »
Lisa Radtke Bliss, associate clinical professor and co-director of the Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic, has been named the College of Law’s first director of experiential education.
“The College of Law has reached the point of needing a director of experiential education,” says Steven J. Kaminshine, dean and professor of law. “Lisa will… more »
If you open any newspaper or watch any news program, you will hear about the American education problem. The K-12 pipeline is broken; too few students graduate high school and those that do aren’t always prepared for college; students spend too long in college and the price tag has skyrocketed. Georgia is no exception.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp visited the College of Law’s new Investor Advocacy Clinic offices along with Tom Zagorsky and representatives from the Division of Securities to discuss opportunities for collaboration with Clinic Director Doug Yarn, Assistant Clinical Professor Nicole Iannarone and clinic students on Sept. 5.
As Georgia’s commissioner of securities, Kemp is “responsible… more »
This summer I had the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children when I interned with Voices for Georgia’s Children, a nonprofit child policy and advocacy organization.