Part of the mission of the RCLD is to disseminate research advancing the understanding of individuals with learning and attention disorders at the postsecondary level of education, including those who are transitioning to this level of education. Through this research, we hope to learn ways to optimally serve these students to foster their successful completion of postsecondary educational programs.
The RCLD at Georgia State has opportunities for graduate students who may be interested in gaining research experience understanding the impact of learning differences, attention/executive dysfunction, social impairment, and psychological stress in the post-secondary academic environment.

Graduate students in the areas of clinical, educational and school psychology should contact the director regarding these opportunities.

Elder, P. M. (2016, January). Students with disabilities: Suggestions for college counseling center work. Presented to the Counseling and Testing Center at Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

Mahovsky, L. (2014, July). From Documentation to Accommodations. Georgia AHEAD, Clayton State University.

Mahovsky, L. (2014, October). Bridging the Gap.   Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, Georgia Highlands College.

Mahovsky, L. (2015, April). Transitioning to College.   IDA of Georgia, Decatur, Georgia.