Reflective Structure Dialogue gives faculty, administrators, and students strategies they can use to enhance the learning environment by creating a space to hear and understand things that are hard to digest and to reflect on one's own perspectives.
Learn scoring techniques for the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (Figural) from expert trainers at the UGA College of Education's Torrance Center.
Join members of the Athens-Clarke County Library's book clubs to discuss this year's Big Read selection, "To Live," by Yu Hua.
You are invited to attend the open house for our recently renovated Biomechanics Lab and brand new Sensorimotor Neuroscience Lab!
Join the College of Education's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion—along with students, faculty, and staff from across the university and folks from the local Athens community—as we explore DEI topics and work to translate ideas into action.
Scholar Weekends at UGA is a program for gifted 8th-11th graders.
Learn techniques for scoring the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (Verbal) from expert trainers at the UGA College of Education's Torrance Center.
Submit your registration by March 7 to take advantage of special room rates and early-bird pricing!
Submit a representative from your College of Education department to compete in the Research Rumble! Use this link to find submission guidelines and competition details.
Graduate students are invited to submit their best research poster for cash prizes in the College of Education's annual Research Conference. Follow the link for more details. The deadline is March 16.
This darkly comic coming-of-age play about an Asian-American teen was written by Julia Cho and directed by Farley Richmond.
Come learn more about the edTPA assessment.
Join us for this year's Research Conference, featuring a keynote by Brad Phillips of the Georgia CTSA and the first-ever Research Rumble competition!
This will be our 49th year of celebrating the writing, illustrating, and use of books for children.
Academic Adventures at UGA is a program for gifted 5th and 6th graders.
In this engaging and hands-on workshop, you will move through the process of creating a zine, a multi-genre miniature magazine with a central theme or topic published by hand.
NEA Big Read 2018 Keynote Speaker Grace Lin is a New York Times-bestselling author and Newbery winner featured at the annual UGA Children's Literature Conference.
Submit your registration by March 27 to be a part of this year's Global Conference on Sport for Social Change.