Come learn more about the world languages major!
This year's conference features educators and students who take risks, sometimes subversively, to employ and widen the spaces between the essentializing forces that we all face.
Come see how to get involved in the Athens community at OLLI@UGA's Annual Winter Bash and Activity Fair!
Duke TIP@UGA Scholar Weekend for 8th-11th graders.
Doctoral students share their experiences while conducting research on Black Lives Matter and The Movement for Black Lives
In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will develop research-based teaching practices and take away powerful classroom ideas.
This presentation is an opportunity to hear how WIDA is engaging with critical questions around social justice in the midst of current events and federal accountability promoting an English-only agenda.
Come learn from College of Education alumni about what it's like to teach children today.
College of Education faculty who have been employed in the College for five years or less are eligible to apply for an Early Career Faculty Grant.
Learn about the requirements to be a mentor for a child in Clarke County.
Come to the Staff Representative Group's monthly meeting to discuss issues and activities related to the College of Education's staff members.
Does Theorizing About Developmental Coordination Disorder Inform Diagnosis and Intervention?
Duke TIP@UGA Academic Adventures for 5th-6th graders.
This one-day conference, designed for new and seasoned mentor teachers, will focus on key topics that strengthen mentoring relationships and offer approaches and insights that advance professional practice.
Join us for the second SRG Lunch & Learn presentation on emergency preparedness!
Regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Faculty Senate
Department of Kinesiology's Lewis Lecture Series
Learn from College of Education alumna Dallas Cowne on how to be the positive change in your school.
How can we prepare our science teachers for today's social contexts where science may be misrepresented and misunderstood?
In support of the National African-American Read-In and the National Council of Teachers of English, ETAP's Graduate Student Organization invites you to participate in a read-in of works by African-American authors.
This workshop explores how teachers can create productive spaces for young children to work through their emotions with writing practice in the classroom.
Come enjoy Chick-Fil-A chicken biscuits with the College of Education!
Diversity Speaker Series-Nzinga Shaw engages in conversation about multidimensional diversity and inclusion practices within business operation. She is the Senior Vice-President of Community and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the Atlanta Hawks and Phillips Arena Organization.