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Aug
13–23

Books for Keeps Book Sale

Fifth annual Books for Keeps book sale

Aug
21

edTPA Informational Session for New Faculty and Teaching Assistants

The edTPA is a performance-based portfolio assessment required by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).

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
27

College of Education Back on the Block Party

Celebrate the start of a new school year with the College of Education!

Sep
9

Professional Development School District Brown Bag Conversation

Learn more about the UGA College of Education and the Clarke County School District Professional Development School District Partnership.

Sep
9

Exercise and Sport Science Information Session

Attend this information session if you want to apply to the exercise and sport science major!

Sep
9

Loan Forgiveness with Mandy Branch

Learn if you are eligible for student loan forgiveness!

Sep
10

UGA at Oxford Information Session

Study at Oxford as a College of Education student!

Sep
12

African-American Female Faculty Workshop

The African-American Female Faculty Development Workshop is designed for tenure-track junior faculty, post-docs, and doctoral candidates who aspire to obtain tenure as faculty in institutions of higher education.

Sep
24

Alumni Panel: What They Don't Teach You About Teaching

Connect with alumni and learn about the world of teaching at this alumni panel session.

Sep
29

City Year Information Session

Learn about employment opportunities with City Year.

Sep
30

Paws N Relax

Relieve stress during midterms with pet therapy

Oct
2

Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree Program Open House

Prospective master's students can 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.

Oct
9

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

Oct
16

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

Oct
20

Early Childhood Education Information Session

Learn how to apply to the early childhood education major!

Oct
22

Middle Grades Education Information Session

If you're interested in applying to the middle grades education major, this information session is for you!

Oct
22

Social Studies Education Information Session

This information session os for students interested in applying to the social studies education program.

Oct
23

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

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.

Oct
30

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

Nov
5

Athletic Training Information Session

Learn how to apply to the athletic training major!

Nov
6

Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree Program Open House

Prospective students can 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.

Nov
6

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

Nov
9

Career Launch Presentation by PAGE

Learn the ins and outs of applying for teaching positions.

Nov
11

Alumni Panel: Life After COE – Real World Advice

Connect with alumni and learn about life after graduation.

Nov
12

College of Education Undergraduate Majors Fair

Drop by to learn about COE's 13 undergraduate majors!

Nov
13

Clarke County School District Substitute Teacher Training

Train to work as a substitute teacher in Clarke County Schools.

Nov
17

Money Talk$: Budgeting Basics

Prepare for life after college with basis budgeting advice!

Nov
19

Partnering with African Immigrant Families: Their Perceptions, Their Voice

Find out how re-settled African refugee families' traditions and beliefs impact relationships with professionals, teachers, caseworkers, and the disability law. 

Nov
20

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

Dec
1

Communication Sciences and Disorders Information Session

Meet faculty and advisors who specialize in communication sciences and disorders, and find out if this program is right for you.

Dec
2

Exercise and Sports Science Information Session

Meet faculty and advisors who specialize in exercise and sport science, and find out if this program is right for you.

Dec
4

Aderhold De-Stress!

Feeling stressed? Come take a moment and just breathe.

Dec
10

Coffee for Finals

FREE coffee!

Dec
17

Fall 2015 Graduation Convocation

Celebrating the Fall 2015 Graduating Class!

Dec
18

UGA Fall 2015 Commencement

The Undergraduate ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the Graduate ceremony gets underway at 2:30 p.m. While tickets are not needed for the Graduate exercise, they are required for the Undergraduate ceremony.

Dec
25–31

University closed for Holidays

The university will be closed.

Jan
1

New Year's Day

The university will be closed.

Jan
11

Spring Semester Classes Begin

First full day of classes.

Jan
12

Presentation: An Evidence-Based Case for Taking Leisure Seriously in CHDS Programs

It's vital to consider "leisure" — the use of free time and enjoyable self-expression — as part of the professional interests of programs within the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services.

Jan
18

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The university will be closed.

Jan
25

PAGE: Code of Ethics Presentation

The Georgia Professional Standards Commission requires teacher candidates to take the Georgia Educator Ethics assessment at the beginning and conclusion of their educator preparation programs. Dr. Diane Ray, college services representative from the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (…

Jan
26

Student Teacher Technology Workshop

Join EdTech@UGA for an evening packed with teaching and learning strategies you can apply directly into your classrooms.

Jan
28

Info Session: Loan Forgiveness for Teachers

Full-time teachers may be eligible for student loan forgiveness if they meet certain requirements.

Jan
30–31

JoLLE@UGA Winter Conference

The JoLLE@UGA Winter Conference has established itself as an inventive and creative place for students, teachers, researchers, and community members to bridge theory, research, and practice in hands-on and action-oriented ways.

Feb
1

Job Hunting Tips From PAGE

Come learn about resume dos and don'ts, interview questions, and what skills school districts are looking for in applicants.

Feb
4

Alumni Panel: A Day in the Life of a Teacher

What's it like to make a budget for your first year, how to manage a social life, or those little things college didn't teach you?

Feb
5

Research Presentations: What Did Ghana Teach Us?

This colloquium highlights the student capstone projects and papers of the 2015 Ghana Study Abroad in Education! Program.

Feb
9

Faculty Social Justice Research Presentation

Natoya Haskins and Anneliese Singh will describe two studies in progress exploring the lived experiences of faculty of color in academic settings.

Feb
11

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

Feb
16

Money Talk$ II: Credit Cards – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Learn basic budgeting skills, including how to make a budget from scratch and what to do with the money you make from your first professional paycheck.

Feb
18

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

Feb
18

Alumni Panel: What Can You Do with a Sport Management Degree?

Learn first-hand how to best use your degree in sport management.

Feb
25

Student Appreciation Day

Come enjoy Chick-Fil-A chicken biscuits and a COE water bottle giveaway!

Feb
25

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

Mar
3

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

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.

Mar
15

2016 Robinson Jeffers Tor House Prize for Poetry Competition deadline

The annual Tor House Prize for Poetry is a living memorial to American poet Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962).

Mar
18

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

Mar
21–22

Accessing Common Core Standards in Co-Taught Classrooms, 6-12 Level

This two-day workshop focuses on helping students with disabilities succeed in the Georgia Standards of Excellence/Georgia Performance Standards.

Mar
25–26

Introduction to ATLAS.ti Qualitative Data Analysis Software

This two-day workshop is designed for researchers, graduate students, and faculty who have a basic foundation in qualitative research methods and would like to learn how to use ATLAS.ti qualitative data analysis software to its fullest potential.

Mar
30

Exercise and Sport Science Info Sessions

Come learn how to apply to the exercise and sport science major!

Apr
5

Money Talk$ III: Financial Health

Learn basic budgeting skills, how to make a budget from scratch, and what to do with the money you make from your first professional paycheck.

Apr
6

Alumni Panel: Health Professions in the College of Education

Meet alumni who have graduated from our athletic training, exercise and sport science, and communication sciences and disorders programs.

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
13

Early Childhood Education Information Session

Come learn about early childhood education program requirements, course work, field experience, and how to apply.

Apr
13

Social Studies Education Information Session

Learn about social studies education program requirements, course work, field experience and how to apply.

Apr
13

Social Studies Education Information Session

Come learn about social studies education program requirements, course work, field experience, and how to apply.

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
15

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

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.

Apr
22

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

Apr
23

Another Kid's Treasure Island

The UGA Children's Theater Troupe will perform an original play on creative sustainability.

May
3

Reading Day

The university will be open, but no classes will be held so that students may prepare for final exams.

May
4–10

Final Exams

Students should check with their professors for scheduled exam dates and time.

May
4

Finals Paws N' Relax

Come de-stress and spend some time with therapy dogs at Ramsey and Aderhold!

May
6

Aderhold De-Stress

Feeling stressed? Join PhD student and certified Grounded Kids and Teens Yoga teacher Shara Cherniak for some yoga, breathing and mindfulness techniques!

May
12

Spring 2016 Graduation Convocation

Come celebrate the Spring and Summer 2016 Graduating Class!

May
30

Memorial Day

The university will be closed.

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.

Aug
24

College of Education Back on the Block Party

Celebrate the start of a new school year with the College of Education!

Sep
15

Communication Sciences and Disorders Alumni Panel

Come find out what you can do with a degree in communication sciences and disorders!

Sep
22

Real Talk, Real Teaching: Dialogues on Race, Racism and Racial Violence from the #CharlestonSyllabus

This event is designed as a dialogic space where the speakers and the audience can engage in real conversations with one another, focused on the history and reasons for racial inequalities and violence, and ways that educators can address the difficult realities of race, racism and racial violence i…

Sep
30

Open House: Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree Programs

Come learn more about the College of Education's speech-language pathology master's degree programs.

Oct
5

Coffee for Midterms

Come enjoy some complimentary coffee with the College of Education!

Oct
6–8

Mariana Souto-Manning's Community Wide Talk: "Why Culture Matters in Reading and Writing"

LLEGO is proud to host Mariana Souto-Manning's visit to the College of Education. Her talk Thursday afternoon at the ACC Library is open to all members of the community.

Oct
11

College of Education Undergraduate Majors Fair

Come learn about the College of Education's undergraduate majors!

Oct
19

Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Alumni Panel

Come learn more about working as an occupational therapist, a physical therapist, or a physician assistant from College of Education alumni!

Oct
20

MEd in Reading Education Online Information Session

Join Liz Phillips and one of our online reading education students to talk about the program and answer questions.

Oct
24

UGA Communication Sciences and Disorders Program Reaccreditation Forum

The Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education invites the public to provide input on the speech-language pathology programs by attending a public meeting.

Oct
25

Rehumanizing Mathematics: Should That Be Our Goal?

Dr. Rochelle Gutiérrez will discuss the subtle (and not so subtle) ways in which mathematics teachers, parents, learners, and researchers can be complicit with dehumanizing practices.

Oct
27

Resegregation as Curriculum: What the New Segregation in U.S. Schools is Teaching Children

Jerry Rosiek will discuss his 10-year study of a school district undergoing a process of racial resegregation, examining the ways this "new racial segregation" was rationalized and the psychological and sociological effects it had on the children of all races in that community.

Nov
1

Fall 2017 Deadline to Submit Pre-Application Essays for COST Program

Submit your pre-application essay by Nov. 1 to be considered for the fall 2017 COST program.

Nov
3

Scotland Study Abroad Information Session

Come learn more about the Scotland Study Abroad Program.

Nov
4

Open House: Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree Programs

Come learn more about the College of Education's speech-language pathology master's degree programs.

Nov
9

Exercise and Sport Science Information Session

Come learn more about the exercise and sport science major!

Nov
9

Teaching Teens Alumni Panel

Come learn from College of Education alumni about what it's like to teach teens today!

Nov
15

Athletic Training Information Session

Come learn more about the athletic training major!

Nov
16

Olympism, Exchange, Friendship, and Peace

Olympism, Exchange, Friendship, and Peace

Nov
29

Communication Sciences & Disorders Information Session

Come learn more about the communication sciences and disorders major!

Nov
29

Early Childhood Education Information Session

Come learn about the College of Education's early childhood education major!

Dec
7

Middle Grades Education Information Session

Come learn more about the College of Education's middle grades education program!

Dec
15

Fall 2016 Graduation Convocation

Come celebrate the Fall 2016 graduating class!

Jan
23

A More Feasible (?) Approach to Worksite Physical Activity

Jennifer L. Gay, PhD, will be giving a talk presented by the Center of Physical Activity and Health.

Jan
25

Math Education Information Session

Come learn more about the College of Education's mathematics education major!

Jan
26

KIPP Atlanta Information Session

KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools is recruiting recent and upcoming graduates to fill teaching positions.

Feb
1

World Languages Information Session

Come learn more about the world languages major!

Feb
4–5

2017 Scholar Weekend

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

Feb
9

Teaching Children Alumni Panel

Come learn from College of Education alumni about what it's like to teach children today.

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.

Feb
23

The Other 90%: How to Transform School Culture

Learn from College of Education alumna Dallas Cowne on how to be the positive change in your school.

Feb
24

African American Read-In

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.

Feb
28

Student Appreciation Day

Come enjoy Chick-Fil-A chicken biscuits with the College of Education!

Mar
1

English Education Information Session

Come learn about what it's like to major in English education!

Mar
14

Cobb County Information Session

Come learn about teaching positions available in Cobb County!

Mar
14

College of Education Career Help: Virtual Networking

Join fellow students and alumni for this College of Education virtual networking event! Connect with alumni who will offer advice on careers/paths for College of Education degree programs.

Mar
15

Science Education Information Session

Come learn about the College of Education's science education major!

Mar
16

edTPA Information Session

Come learn more about edTPA, which is required by the GaPSC.

Mar
17–18

48th Annual Georgia Children's Book Awards and Conference on Children's Literature

The 48th Annual Georgia Children's Book Awards and Conference on Children's Literature is a two-day conference for teachers, media specialists, teacher educators, administrators, public librarians, and parents.

Mar
17

Pre-Service Certificate Application Workshop: Special Education Majors

Get assistance with your pre-service certificate application.

Mar
18–19

2017 Scholar Weekend

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

Mar
28

PAGE: Code of Ethics Presentation

Come learn more about how to prepare for the ethics assessments.

Apr
1

2017 Academic Adventures

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

Apr
12

Sport Management Alumni Panel

Come learn from alumni about what you can do with a sport management degree!

Apr
13

CMSD Graduate School Information Session

Come learn more about the CMSD graduate school application process!

Apr
14

World Voice Day Celebration

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

Apr
18

Early Childhood Education Information Session

Come learn about the College of Education's early childhood education major!

Apr
19

Kappa Delta Pi Spring Initiation Ceremony

Kappa Delta Pi's Spring 2017 Initiation Ceremony is held once a year to induct new members into the organization.

Apr
20

2017 Torrance Lecture: Punya Mishra

The Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development is excited to announce Dr. Punya Mishra as our 2017 Torrance Lecturer!

Apr
20

Virtual Open House for MEds in Learning, Leadership & Organization Development

Join us for one of two virtual open house sessions to learn more about the MEd in LLOD program!

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.

Apr
26

Exercise and Sport Science Information Session

Come learn more about the College of Education's exercise and sport science major!

Apr
28

Special Education Undergraduate Orientation

Orientation session for all students admitted to the fall 2017 special education cohort.

Apr
28

Deadline to Join the College of Education Peer Mentor Program

Apply today to be a College of Education peer mentor!

May
1

Finals Paws N' Relax

Come de-stress and spend some time with therapy dogs at Ramsey and Aderhold!

May
4

Spring 2017 Graduation Convocation

Come celebrate the 2017 spring and summer graduating class!

May
9

Virtual Open House for MEds in Learning, Leadership & Organization Development

Join us for one of two virtual open house sessions to learn more about the MEd in LLOD program!

Jun
5–30

Camp DIVE 2017

Camp DIVE provides an opportunity for UGA students to obtain course credit or volunteer hours while working hands-on with students in Clarke County. CCSD students can attend the program free of charge.

Jun
5–8

2017 Camp Red Clay

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