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Outreach

Aug
13–23

Books for Keeps Book Sale

Fifth annual Books for Keeps book sale

Aug
15

"The Abolitionists" - Created Equal Film Series

OLLI@UGA is partnering with the Athens-Clarke County Library to present the "Created Equal" historic film series to the public beginning Saturday 8/15/2015. Admission to all the films is free.

Aug
21–22

IDD@UGA Conference

This two-day professional conference is designed to showcase innovative Instructional Design and development projects and digital learning for adult professional education including corporate, industry, government, professional continuing education (e.g., medical), and higher education. Presentation…

Aug
29

"Slavery by Another Name" - Created Equal Film Series

OLLI@UGA is partnering with the Athens-Clarke County Library to present the "Created Equal" historic film series to the public. Admission to all the films is free.

Sep
12

"Freedom Riders"- Created Equal Film Series

OLLI@UGA is partnering with the Athens-Clarke County Library to present the "Created Equal" historic film series to the public . Admission to all the films is free.

Oct
10

"The Loving Story"- Created Equal Film Series

OLLI@UGA is partnering with the Athens-Clarke County Library to present the "Created Equal" historic film series to the public. Admission to all the films is free.

Oct
26

Film screening: 'Most Likely to Succeed'

Presented by the UGA College of Education in partnership with the local science education community, the film questions institutionalized regimens of schooling and re-imagines what students and teachers are capable of doing.

Jan
15

OLLI@UGA Bash & Activity Fair

Come enjoy OLLI@UGA's semi-annual activities fair and membership event.

Feb
11

SRG Philanthropy Committee's Project Safe collection deadline

SRG Philanthropy Committee is accepting essential item donations for Project Safe.

Feb
18

Another Kid's Treasure Island: Introduction to Makerspace

Kelsey Brown, a junior communication sciences and disorders major, is hosting an "introduction to makerspace" as part of a play she is producing later this semester.

Mar
15

Poverty Education at UGA

Come hear Merrily Dunn speak about her study examining the experiences of UGA students, faculty, and staff as they engage in volunteer and service learning activities.

Apr
7

The Big Read: Camille Dungy @ Clarke Central High School

Poet and author Camille Dungy speaks to students and faculty at Clarke Central High School as part of the 2016 Big Read: William Jeffers celebraton.

Apr
7

The Big Read: Camille Dungy Poetry Reading

Poet Camille Dungy reads selections of her work as part of the 2016 Big Read celebration of Robinson Jeffers.

Apr
8

The Big Read: Papermaking in Utopia: Ecology, Poetry, & Place

Josh Calhoun, assistant professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, presents a discussion of bookmaking in conjunction with the 2016 Big Read: William Jeffers event and the annual Symposium on the Book.

Apr
12

The Big Read: Robinson Jeffers' Observations in Nature: Eco-Poetry and Sustainability in Today's Georgia

Come to the Athens-Clarke County Public Library for a discussion of the art and nature of book arts, poem-making and nature, and a poetry open mic.

Apr
15

World Voice Day Celebration

Celebrate World Voice Day with education, demonstrations and vocal consultations, sponsored by the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic and Hugh Hodgson School of Music.

Apr
16

Multigenre Research in the K12 Classroom: Creating Content Rich and Creative Projects

Multigenre research allows students to explore different writing forms, engage with primary and secondary sources, and develop projects in which the writer's voice comes through loud and clear.

Apr
19

Automatic for Autism: Free Movie Screening

Come learn more about autism's complex nature by attending Automatic for Autism's free moving screening and discussion panel.

Jun
2

5th Annual Safe & Welcoming Schools Conference

This conference will feature a distinguished lineup of speakers who will discuss how to create a climate of success for all students.

Jun
6–9

2016 Camp Red Clay

Camp Red Clay is a fun, engaging summer writing program offered through the Red Clay Writing Project for rising 3rd-12th graders.

Jun
13–15

Athletic Training Workshop

This three-day comprehensive workshop is designed to expose high school students to the field of sports medicine and athletic training.

Jun
13

Seat in the Shade Poetry Series: Keetje Kuipers

Keetje Kuipers, author of "The Keys to the Jail," will kick-off Big Read's Seat in the Shade Summer Poetry Series with a reading of her poetry.

Jun
20
to Jul. 22

UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic Summer Intensive Communication Programs for Children and Adults

UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic's summer intensive communication programs for children and adults.

Sep
7

Brown Bag Lunch: Camp DIVE & Professional Development School District Partnership

Faculty and students from all colleges and departments across UGA are invited to bring a brown bag lunch and learn more about UGA's College of Education an the Clarke County School District Professional Development School District Partnership's latest initiative, Camp DIVE.

Sep
9

OLLI Bash: An Activity Fair

Come learn about OLLI@UGA! We are an organization that provides classes, social activities, travel opportunities, and more to those age 50+ in Athens and the surrounding area.

Oct
4

The Poe-tober Forest: Improv Theater Games for Youth

Listen closely to the sounds of Poe's poems "Annabel Lee" and "The Raven" and create your own in this haunting and fun afternoon in the forest.

Oct
6

Spooky POE-etry

Join us for an afternoon of spooky poetry and crafts inspired by Edgar Allan Poe.

Oct
12

Quoth the Raven Mask-Making Workshop

Join Dr. Lynn Sanders-Bustle from UGA's art education program for "raven mask-making" inspired by the work of Edgar Allan Poe.

Oct
15

Juried Poe-tober Art Awards and Exhibition

Join us at the ACC Library Gallery to view the winning entries in the Poe-tober Art Competition.

Oct
16

Poe-tober: Boo-le-Bark on Boulevard

What's more fun than a costumed dog at Halloween? How about a parade of costumed dogs?

Oct
19

Poe-tober: Poe Book Discussion

Join us for a book discussion focusing on Edgar Allan Poe.

Oct
22

'Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe'

A theatrical adaptation of four tales Poe himself considered his best: "The Raven," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Pit and the Pendulum," and "The Tell-Tale Heart."

Oct
25

Professional Development Schools (PDS) Workshop: Forming Sustainable School District and University/College Partnerships

In this one-day workshop, faculty and administrative representatives from the College of Education and Clarke County School District will teach participant teams how to build sustainable partnerships and maximize the benefits of PDS for all stakeholders.

Oct
27

Poe-tober Family Gallery and Poetry Event

Families and kids of all ages are invited to participate in fun gallery games and more throughout the Georgia Museum of Art.

Oct
27

Return of the Son of Listening in the Dark: An Evening of Spooky Stories for Grown-Ups

Join ACC Library director Van Burns for an evening of spooky grown-up tales.

Oct
29

Poe-tober: A Conspiracy of Ravens (at the Wild Rumpus Parade)

Wear your raven mask, Poe costume, or House of Usher hat and parade with a group of Poe enthusiasts.

Nov
10

Experience UGA Student Ambassador Information Session

Support Experience UGA field trips, engage in discussions about equity in Athens and help develop future programs.

Nov
15

2016 Election: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Come enjoy an election year analysis presented by OLLI@UGA in partnership with the Athens Regional Library System.

Nov
16

Experience UGA Student Ambassador Information Session

Support Experience UGA field trips, engage in discussions about equity in Athens and help develop future programs.

Feb
3

OLLI@UGA Winter Bash & Activity Fair

Come see how to get involved in the Athens community at OLLI@UGA's Annual Winter Bash and Activity Fair!

Feb
4–5

2017 Scholar Weekend

Duke TIP@UGA Scholar Weekend for 8th-11th graders.

Feb
15

Clarke County Mentor Program Training

Learn about the requirements to be a mentor for a child in Clarke County.

Feb
18

2017 Academic Adventures

Duke TIP@UGA Academic Adventures for 5th-6th graders.

Mar
18–19

2017 Scholar Weekend

Duke TIP@UGA Scholar Weekend for 8th-11th graders.

Mar
31

Free Speech and Hearing Screenings

Come receive free speech and hearing screenings for children ages 3 years and older.

Apr
1

2017 Academic Adventures

Duke TIP@UGA Academic Adventures for 5th-6th graders.

Apr
14

World Voice Day Celebration

Come celebrate World Voice Day with UGA's Speech and Hearing Clinic!

Apr
24

Automatic for Autism Movie Screening

Come attend Automatic for Autism's movie screening of "How to Dance in Ohio" and benefit UGA's Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic.

Jun
5–8

2017 Camp Red Clay

A four-day summer writing camp for rising 3rd-12th graders.

Jun
19
to Jul. 21

UGA Summer Intensive Communication Programs for Children and Adults

Take part in evidence-based intervention and enrichment programs for children and adults.