Come learn about resume dos and don’ts, interview questions, and what skills school districts are looking for in applicants.
Help students with disabilities succeed in the Georgia Standards of Excellence/Georgia Performance Standards in this two-day workshop.
The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) Paragraph Writing Strategy is targeted toward fourth- through 12th-graders who struggle with written expression as basic as the development of soundly written paragraphs of different types (e.g., narrative, compare and contrast, etc.).
What's it like to make a budget for your first year, how to manage a social life, or those little things college didn't teach you?
Come learn about how to get involved with the College of Education's newest summer program!
This colloquium highlights the student capstone projects and papers of the 2015 Ghana Study Abroad in Education! Program.
Examine the risks and opportunities middle and high school students encounter when engaging with social media as consumers
Academic Adventures are for fifth- and sixth-graders who have been identified by the Duke TIP fourth-sixth grade talent search.
Come learn about how to get involved with the College of Education's newest summer outreach program!
Natoya Haskins and Anneliese Singh will describe two studies in progress exploring the lived experiences of faculty of color in academic settings.
SRG Philanthropy Committee is accepting essential item donations for Project Safe.
Apply now for an Early Career Faculty Grant
Meet alumnus and Southern author Tom Poland as he reads from his latest book, "Georgialina: A Southland As We Knew It"
An exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop at the University of Georgia for teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators.
Learn basic budgeting skills, including how to make a budget from scratch and what to do with the money you make from your first professional paycheck.
Join the Staff Representative Group for lunch and learn about your health and wellness benefits.
Learn first-hand how to best use your degree in sport management.
Developing Counseling Competence with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients: Supporting Resilience and Empowerment
In this didactic and experiential workshop, Anneliese Singh will describe the major domains of counseling competence with transgender and gender nonconforming clients over the lifespan.
Interested in Latino education? The deadline is today to apply for a Goizueta Foundation graduate scholar.
Scholar Weekends are for eighth- through 11th-graders who are Duke TIP Talent Search participants or have been confirmed by the Duke TIP main office as academically gifted per local school criteria.
The Evidence Based School Counseling Conference allows counselor educators and practicing school counselors from across the country to consider significant issues in the preparation of the next generation of school counselors.
The Innovations in School Counselor Preparation conference allows counselor educators and practicing school counselors from across the country to consider the significant issues in the preparation of the next generation of school counselors.