This is an information session for those who are interested in the Ed.S. degree in school counseling on the Gwinnett Campus.
This is an information session for those who are interested in the Ph.D. in Counseling and Student Personnel Services (P-16) on the Gwinnett Campus.
Are you interested in a terminal degree in student affairs? Attend this session to learn about the University of Georgia's Student Affairs Leadership Ed.D. program.
In conversations about race and racism, well-intended white folks often feel stumped. This group is for people who identify as white who want to examine white privilege and better understand white folks' roles in addressing race and racism without taking over.
The College of Education will be offering a group support session for UGA students, staff and faculty that may need help coping, want to process their emotions or would like a space to feel supported.
Are you interested in a terminal degree in student affairs? Attend this session to learn about the University of Georgia's Student Affairs Leadership Ed.D. Program.
The Torrance Center offers training on the administration, scoring, and interpretation of the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, Figural.
Academic Adventures at UGA is a program for gifted students in grades 5-6.
This conversation seeks to look below the text and creed of religious, spiritual, atheist, and agnostic belief systems and explore the ways we are connected.
David Bloome of The Ohio State University will present talks and workshops on research in education using discourse analysis and ethnographic approaches.
Come enjoy some complimentary coffee with the College of Education!
Join us for an open house to learn more about the master's program in speech-language pathology.
David Bloome: Doing Classroom Discourse Analysis and the Evolution of a Logic of Inquiry and Theoretical Constructs
Dr. David Bloome from Ohio State University will present talks and workshops on research in education using discourse analysis and ethnographic approaches.
Please join us for the Department of Kinesiology's annual Distinguished Alumni Lecture and Research Day!
Come join a discussion of the book "The Hate U Give" by Angie Thomas.
Join LLEGO for a presentation, "Students as Researchers of Culture and Language in Their Own Communities: Incorporating Ethnographic Perspectives and Inquiry Into K-12 Classrooms and Into Teacher Education."
Extended from Oct. 1! Submit your proposal today.
The sixth annual Safe and Welcoming Schools Conference will feature a distinguished lineup of speakers on important and timely topics.
Join us online to learn more about the Ed.D. in Learning, Leadership & Organization Development. Applications are now being accepted for a new cohort starting May 2018.
Join us for this fun, inspiring alumni lecture! There'll be free pizza and College of Education swag!
The Innovation in Teaching Conference highlights innovative teaching practices among educators.
The first intercultural conversation allows students to share their perspectives on life on campus and to create a warm environment where all students can share happy and problematic situations on diversity.
Bottled Thunder: Fostering Fearless Youth Voices and the Revolution through Performance and Creative Writing
Find out how to deal with pressure and empower our students to do the same at this interactive session for educators.
Professional Development Schools Workshop: Forming Sustainable School District and University Partnerships
Visit professional development schools and attend working sessions on how to build sustainable partnerships between institutions.
DEI Speakers: Identity and Power Conscious Approaches to Addressing Sexual Violence on College Campuses
Through interactive and engaging dialogue, Dr. Linder and participants will examine campus sexual violence through a historical and power-conscious lens.
This is an information session for those who are interested in pursuing an Ed.S. in school counseling on the Gwinnett Campus.
This is an information session for those who are interested in the Ph.D. in Counseling and Student Personnel Services (P-16) program at the Gwinnett Campus.
Enter your best chili and/or dessert dish for a chance to win prizes, or come be a taste tester. Either way, we hope to see you there!