Proposals for the 2018-2019 Conference on Children's Literature will be accepted July 1-Oct. 1.
In this panel, speakers will address important and complex conversations about educational and counseling implications for working with immigrant and undocumented students in Georgia.
Break for Brew is a coffee break for all students during midterms!
Come learn about our programs, see the department’s instructional and research facilities, tour the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic, and meet faculty and current students!
Academic Adventures at UGA are open to current 5th and 6th grade gifted students and are comprised of a full Saturday of intensive academic study.
Learn more about the Scotland Study Abroad Program in the College of Education.
In this talk, George Yancy of Emory University will explore the reception by white readers of his New York Times' article "Dear White America."
Joy and Creativity with our Youngest Writers: Crafting Narratives and Informational Writing about the World (K-2)
Participants in this workshop will learn creative, research-based strategies for teaching GSE Writing standards for narrative and informational writing.
Want to major in communication sciences and disorders? This information session is for you!
This two-day workshop will train participants on how to administer, score, and interpret the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking - Figural Forms.