Major Events

  • Athletic Training High School Workshop
    This three-day comprehensive workshop will expose the high school student to the field of sports medicine and athletic training.
  • Children's Literature Conference
    The Georgia Children’s Book Award committees are committed to rewarding, recognizing, and promoting excellence in children’s literature.
  • CMSD Open House
    Students interested in applying to the Speech-Language Pathology Master’s Degree Program for Fall 2015 should attend this informational session.
  • CSSE Summer Institute
    This one-day seminar covers multiple areas of education specific to teachers, administrators, parents, related service providers, and specialists in public education.
  • Digital Learning Conference
    Bringing together educators and library media specialists from across the curriculum to learn more about how technology can be best used to enhance the learning experience. Topics include Moodle, onli…
  • Diversity Conference
    Concurrent sessions focusing on overlooked areas of diversity and developing scholarly paths to engage in critical dialogues will be led by faculty in the College and from across campus.
  • Duke TIP at UGA
    Gifted students have the opportunity to learn not only at an accelerated level but to interact and work with like-minded peers.
  • Gifted Parent Support (GPS) at UGA
    A series of five workshops designed for parents, grandparents or educators that would like to know more about maximizing the development of the gifted and exceptional children in their lives.
  • Graduate Student/Faculty Research Conference
    For researchers to learn, engage, and interact with colleagues during sessions that have been developed to highlight the range of studies and interests across the College. Conference activities typica…
  • Graduation Convocation
    A separate ceremony from UGA Commencement when degrees are conferred upon graduates, each semester the College of Education is proud to honor our graduating students at the COE Graduation Convocation.
  • IDD@UGA (Instructional Design and Development)
    This two-day conference showcases innovative Instructional Design and Development (IDD) projects and digital learning for adult professional education including corporate, industry, government, profes…
  • Innovation 20/20
    The aim of the Innovation 20/20 Series is to showcase teaching innovations in the College of Education, and share ideas about how the “Big I” and “little i” innovations are taking place.
  • Journal Language Literacy Education Conference
    Teachers and researchers examine ways in which literacy concerns how students and teachers construct and participate in the world through our bodies. JoLLE conference is a unique conference where all …
  • Math Education Student Association Speaker Series
    Leading researchers in mathematics education present their work of differing aspects of mathematics education. Graduate students and faculty have the opportunity to discuss theoretical and methodologi…
  • Math Mania Summer Camp
    A four day camp for rising 4th – 6th graders who are ready to see and do math in ways they have never done before!
  • New Student Orientation
    As part of Undergraduate Admissions Orientation, the College of Education Office of Student Services conducts Academic Area Meetings for incoming First-Year and Transfer students who have been admitte…
  • NSSLHA 5K Race
    The UGA chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association sponsors a 5K race each spring as a fundraiser for the University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic.
  • Other Side of Poverty Workshop
    Workshop for teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators who will learn about the five principles for change to better meet the needs of working-class and poor students.
  • Red Clay Writing Conference
    Summer institute, open institutes, writing retreats, and Saturday workshops, offer teachers a wide and engaging list of professional learning opportunities, many for UGA credit or state PLUs. All Red …
  • REED Seminar Series
    Each semester we offer free seminars featuring experts in early care and learning and early intervention. The seminars are open to university faculty and students as well as early childhood teachers a…
  • Retired Faculty Luncheons
    Retired faculty are supported through informal gatherings. These times are not only for camaraderie and catching up, but also a chance to hear from Dean Craig H. Kennedy and COE staff.
  • Saturday Seminars for Professional School Counselors
    These seminars are designed specifically for Professional School Counselors, but may also be useful to others in the school environments.
  • Southeastern Business and Marketing Education
    Business and marketing education teachers, administrators at middle and high schools are provide an opportunity for professional growth through timely and innovative presentations that will effect cha…
  • Speech and Hearing Summer Programs
    The University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic is happy to announce a new, exciting model for our summer services: summer intensive communication programs for children and adults!
  • TESOL and World Language Education Colloquium
  • Torrance Center Summer Institute
  • Torrance Lecture Series
    These lectures brings scholars and creative artists to UGA to discuss issues related to creativity.
  • Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training
    The Torrance Center™ offers training on the administration, scoring, and interpretation of the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, Figural and Verbal.
  • Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training - Figural
    The Torrance Center™ offers training on the administration, scoring, and interpretation of the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking and Figural.
  • Transfer Student Tuesdays
    A series of workshops designed to support transfer students tailored specifically for College of Education, these workshops will give students a chance to ask questions, speak with other COE students,…