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Investing in Georgia's Future: Higher Education Partnerships with Public Schools

Health promotion

Occupational Therapy

Brenau University

Occupational therapy faculty and students do fieldwork assignments and case assessments at area schools.

Dr. Barbara Schell
770-534-6131

Tar Wars

Emory University

School-based tobacco prevention program presented annually by Emory students to 2nd to 5th-graders.

Erin Lepp
404-727-2582

Zap-Asthma

Emory University

Community-based asthma prevention model.

Trained healthcare workers visit enrolled metro Atlanta children to direct their families to appropriate community services.

Joyce Essien
404-727-5927

Applied Cultural Research Project

Georgia State University

Graduate students educate public school students in the English to Speakers of Other Languages program on the importance of eating healthfully and provide them with handouts to share with their families.

Department of Anthropology & Geography 404-651-3232

Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

Georgia State University

Georgia State University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is a part of the Communication Disorders graduate program at Georgia State University.  Services at our clinic are provided by graduate students in training to become licensed speech-language pathologists.  These students are supervised by licensed speech-language pathologists and audiologists. The majority of clinical supervisors are faculty members in the Communication Disorders program within the department of Educational Psychology and Special Education. The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic does not discriminate in the delivery of services for any reason including race, sex, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability.

Dr. Debra Schober-Peterson
Clinic Director
404-651-2310

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and Intervention Project (UNHSI)

Georgia State University

Provides training to personnel in Georgia’s 19 health districts, focusing on the needs of parents whose infants have been identified as having a hearing loss.

Training targets communication options, issues, and strategies for auditory, visual, and language development.

Dr. Susan Easterbrooks
404-651-2310

Health and Physical Education Service Learning Course

Morehouse College

Physical education majors spend four hours a week during the second semester of each school year at a local middle school providing instructional assistance and mentoring.

Robert Wilson, III
404-215-2692

Claude P. Hutto
404-215-2668

National Youth Sports Program (NYSP)

Morehouse College

NYSP, in conjunction with the NCAA and Department of Health and Human Services, conducts a five-week sports education program for students ages 10 to 16.

Robert Wilson, III
404-215-2692

Claude P. Hutto
404-215-2668

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