Outreach, Engagement, and Service
Outreach, Engagement, and Service are intrinsically linked to the mission and purpose of the College of Education. Our research often engages and enhances the community, and our students serve in schools, clinics, and other community environments where they gain valuable professional experience in exchange for their service.
We are proud to connect our faculty members’ expertise and our student leaders in many different ways within our community, across Georgia, and around the world. For more information on ways to connect with the College as a community partner, please contact the Office of Outreach and Engagement .
Let us help…
- Develop partnerships
- Offer professional development
- Provide international and global awareness
- Influence policy and reform
- Provide knowledge and expertise
- Perform research and service
There are many great things happening at the College of Education and to outsiders, it might be easy to assume it’s the result of effort from one team of people. But no, our difference-making initiatives come from several departments that bring ideas to life in our communities with local, regional, and global impact. Learn more about what each group brings to the table.
- Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic
- Center for Autism and Behavioral Education Research
- Center for Counseling and Personal Evaluation
- Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education
- Center for Physical Activity and Health
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
- Reading Clinic
- School Psychology Clinic
- Speech and Hearing Clinic
- Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development
Our outreach hubs work hard to set programs in motion that leave a positive mark on school systems, youth in the community, disabled persons, and diverse populations all over the world. Here we showcase just a sample of the services and initiatives that put our lofty words to action.
- Audiology Services
- CABER Services
- CLASE Professional Development
- CLASE Tutoring and Mentoring Program
- La Clínica in LaK’ech
- Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations
- Empowered Youth Programs
- Georgia Sensory Assistance Project
- Pediatric Exercise and Motor Development Clinic
- Science Motivation Questionnaire II
- Speech and Hearing Screenings
- Speech-Language Pathology Services
- UGA Archway Partnership
- Learning through language
This May, several fifth graders at Oglethorpe Avenue Elementary School will become the first students to graduate from the school’s dual language immersion program—a program they first enrolled in as kindergarten students.
- Athletic Association Professor named to Kennedy Center Next 50 list
Georgia Athletic Association Professor Bettina Love joins a select a group of leaders who are making the world a more inspired, inclusive and compassionate place.
- Reimagining the future
Thanks to a new research-practice partnership grant from the Spencer Foundation, PCCSS and associate professor Theodore Kopcha will expand their ongoing partnership by weaving it together with Albany State University.