Several College of Education & Human Development offices and units have adjusted their operations due to recent shifts in working remotely; please review the information below for more details. In addition, you’ll find links to university resources for students, faculty and staff in the right-hand column.
If there are changes or additions that need to be made to this page, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with “CEHD Operations Page” in the subject line.
The College of Education & Human Development building is only accessible by swiping your campus ID. If you forget your campus ID, please call the CEHD security desk at 404-413-8140; security staff will still be stationed at the building’s first-floor security desk to answer these calls and receive deliveries. If you do not have swipe access to the CEHD building, please contact David Brown at 404-413-8129 to resolve this issue.
Both the Office of Academic Assistance and the Office of Graduate Student Services have established virtual advising hours, which can be found at https://education.gsu.edu/admissions/advising-services.
The Office of Graduate Student Services remains available to assist applicants with the graduate application or admission needs. Applicants can be advised virtually or they can email an advisor directly: https://education.gsu.edu/admissions/graduate.
Graduate Student Workshops
The Office of Graduate Student Services offers a Fall 2020 workshop schedule. These workshops will be offered exclusively online via WebEx or Zoom. Visit our Fall 2020 Graduate Workshop Schedule now to view upcoming programs.
Technology and Systems Support
GRAs who need to access research software and/or the college drive mapping (drives H, I, J and K) can use GSU Virtual Lab, which lists the software available in Vlab and instructions for accessing it. If CEHD GRAs have issues, please e-mail the university’s help desk at email@example.com and the college’s Technology and Systems Support staff will work with them to get the issue resolved.
Dissertation Defenses and Prospectus Presentations
Scheduled dissertation defenses and prospectus presentations will take place virtually via Zoom and WebEx meetings. Information on these presentations will be added to the Dissertation Defenses and Prospectus Presentations page as it becomes available.
Office of Research and Sponsored Projects
The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP) is fully staffed and working remotely. Faculty should reach out to their assigned pre- and post-award contacts for assistance.
As of now, there have been no changes to processes or routing. Faculty are encouraged to allow as much time as possible before deadlines since staff are coordinating with the university’s Office of Sponsored Proposals and Awards, an office also working remotely at this time.
Federal sponsors are allowing additional flexibility with charges to grants at this time, particularly related to salaries and costs related to canceled travel. Please review the links below for additional details:
- Office of Management and Budget
- National Science Foundation
- National Institutes of Health
- Full list of agency guidance
ORSP has not received any specific guidance from the Department of Education or Institute of Education Sciences but encourages faculty to reach out to their program officers if they have any questions.
The National Institutes of Health’s Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research has recently released notices of special interest for “Urgent Competitive Revisions and Administrative Supplements” encouraging COVID-19 behavioral and social sciences research. For more about these opportunities, click here; for additional application information, contact staff in the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects.
Technology and Systems Support
Beginning fall semester, CEHD’s Technology and Systems Support will have members of its staff on campus Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Kendrell David and Toni Marcovecchio will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays; Rafael Johnson and Sam Daniel will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Team members who are not working on campus will be working remotely from home.
Special note about Fridays: Only one full-time tech team member is scheduled to work on Fridays. This will rotate between Sam Daniel and Toni Marcovecchio. The other CEHD tech team members will work remotely from home on Fridays. Friday’s are primarily for drop off and pick up of equipment by appointment only. It is possible that on certain Friday’s all tech team members will remotely work from home.
Please review the following guidelines for tech support requests:
- As departments and units begin returning to the building in the next few weeks, CEHD Tech Support is requesting all faculty and staff who need assistance to make an appointment to see tech support members rather than dropping by the CEHD Tech Support Suite.
- Please remember to submit a help ticket at technology.gsu.edu, call the Help Desk at 404-413-4357 or e-mail the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are experiencing issues with the Georgia State VPN, iCollege, Kaltura, OneUSG or any other university application/system, please visit status.gsu.edu to see if a status has changed before putting in a help ticket.
- When you arrive for your scheduled appointment, please wear a mask unless there is some medical condition preventing you from doing so. The tech support staff will be using masks, gloves and hand sanitizer for all in-person interactions and handling of equipment, and will conduct contactless drop-off and pick-up for equipment to people’s offices within the CEHD building when requested.
Video tutorials on how to access the virtual private network (VPN), map network drives and other tools for working remotely are available at https://mediaspace.gsu.edu/channel/CEHD%2BIT/157699731 (use your Georgia State login credentials to access these videos). Written instructions for setting up a VPN can be found at https://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/security/virtual-private-network.
- Use the VPN when you need to map drives, remote desktop into your computer, or access GoSolar and Banner. Other programs and systems don’t require logging into the VPN.
- If you are experience issues with the VPN, iCollege, Kaltura, OneUSG, any other Georgia State application or campus system, please visit status.gsu.edu to see if the application/program’s status has changed before putting in a help ticket.
Please bookmark the following useful links:
- Faculty resources for online teaching: gsu.edu/keepteaching
- Enter a help ticket and find additional technology information related to campus services: technology.gsu.edu
- Access Galileo databases: library.gsu.edu
CEHD Online Pedagogical Consulting for Summer 2020
The CEHD has developed an online pedagogical consulting team to support faculty, GTAs and PTIs as they design and deliver high-quality online instruction for summer 2020. Please click here for more information.
The university’s Public Relations and Marketing Communications office has created an array of virtual backgrounds to apply to your mobile devices or desktop. Visit https://commkit.gsu.edu/design-templates to download different remote office backgrounds for virtual meetings, class instruction, media presentations and more.
The college’s Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic has discontinued face-to-face therapy sessions and groups for this semester; teletherapy services will be offered for current clients. For more information, call 404-413-8044 or e-mail email@example.com.
Child Development Centers
There are currently full-time childcare spaces available for children aged 12 weeks to pre-kindergarten at the Capitol Hill Child Enrichment Center (CHCEC) and the Lanette L. Suttles Child Development Center (LSCDC). Contact CHCEC at 404-413-8454, or the LSCDC at 404-413-8460 for enrollment information.
All Principals Center cohorts and offerings have transitioned to virtual learning for the remainder of the academic year. for more information, visit https://education.gsu.edu/eps/epsresearchoutreach/principals-center/.