Jackson County teachers get lessons from faculty, local businesses
Barbados resident travels to Athens for clinic's annual program
Welcome back to campus with several events for students
Get hands-on research experience through our many kinesiology labs, which study topics such as body composition, the psychological effects of exercise, sport instruction, and muscle physiology.
Join a variety of organizations to foster your professional growth, leading to extended learning opportunities.
The College of Education offers assistantships, scholarships, grants, and other awards to students in need of financial aid.
Our graduate advisors work one-on-one with you to create a program of study that fits your schedule and needs.
Starting this fall, the state of Georgia is strengthening its standards for licensing new teachers by requiring them to pass edTPA™, a performance assessment indicating they really are effective and ready for the classroom.
Earlier this month, 30 middle school students from around Athens-Clarke County attended a hands-on camp focused on art, food justice and scientific inquiry.
Erin Horan, a doctoral student in the department of educational psychology, was recently awarded the Barbara Day Laureate Scholarship from Kappa Delta Pi.
This session will introduce edTPA handbook requirements and COE resources designed for faculty, mentor teachers, and teacher candidates.
This two-day professional conference is designed to showcase innovative Instructional Design and development projects and digital learning for adult professional education including corporate, industr…
Celebrate the start of a new school year with the College of Education!