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Faculty members at the University of Georgia's College of Education hope to transform individuals, organizations, and communities throughout Georgia and beyond. The Office of Outreach and Engagement is committed to connecting faculty expertise and other College resources to enable this transformation. Our office's outreach efforts focus on extending the College's expertise and institutional resources from the campus to provide solutions to education and health-related needs, while our engagement efforts focus on partnerships with communities and organizations for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources.

Contact Details

  • Address:
    G10 Aderhold Hall
    110 Carlton Street
    Athens, Georgia 30602
  • Senior associate dean: Denise Spangler
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The Office of Outreach and Engagement helps connect faculty and students at the College of Education to community organizations and groups for a mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources.

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Latest News

Accentuate the positive

November 8, 2017
Katherine Raczynski draws from her extensive research in bullying prevention to work with schools and educational organizations across Georgia to improve school climates.

Former associate dean to serve as interim schools chief

November 22, 2016
Jack Parish, the College's former associate dean of outreach and engagement, starts in January as interim school superintendent for Clarke County.

Kids, adults can be 'swim teachers' to help prevent bullying

October 11, 2016
For National Bullying Prevention Month, the director of our Safe and Welcoming Schools project shares some prevention tips.

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Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events planned for Outreach and Engagement at this time.

Recurring

Diversity Conference

Concurrent sessions focus on overlooked areas of diversity and developing scholarly paths, led by faculty from across campus.

Recurring

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.

Recurring

Safe and Welcoming Schools Conference

The Safe and Welcoming Schools Conference is an annual, one-day event designed to help educators and others who work with children create environments that are safe, welcoming, and engaging for all students.

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