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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.

Outreach Programs

  • Professional Development School District
    This collaboration between the Clarke County School District and the College of Education includes four different professional school district models with varying levels of college involvement. At this point, four schools include a college professor-in-residence on-site for half-time (called Model 4 schools).
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
    This outreach program is dedicated to meeting the intellectual, social, and cultural needs of mature adults through lifelong learning.
  • Office of School Engagement
    This office serves as a bridge between the worlds of theory and practice in P-16 public education, improving students' educational experiences and the professional lives of educators.
  • Georgia Association of Educational Leaders
    A statewide umbrella organization, this group provides unity of school leadership in Georgia.

Contact Us

Dean: Denise Spangler

G10 Aderhold Hall 110 Carlton Street Athens, Georgia 30602