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College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
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College of Education
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Parent University is a Savannah-Chatham County collaborative that supports families and encourages parent/guardian involvement and participation in the education of our community’s children and youth. In this episode of 'Who Cares? Casual Conversations with Southern Scholars" host Kania Greer talks to Katy Gregg, Ph.D., associate professor and program coordinator of child and family development (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences) and Alisa Leckie, Ph.D., assistant dean for partnerships and outreach in the College of Education. Mrs. Gregg and Leckie share details about their collaborative efforts with Parent University and the families of Savannah-Chatham County.
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33 minutes 33 seconds
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Georgia Southern University, Who Cares Podcast
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Gregg, Katy; Leckie, Alisa; and Greer, Kania, "Parent University with Katy Gregg, Ph.D." (2021). Who Cares? Casual Conversations with Southern Scholars. 4.