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Friday, Apr. 1
Psych Day @ UGA: Promoting Mental Health AWAREness
UGA-Griffin has teamed with Project AWARE Georgia to bring the 3rd annual Psych Day to the University of Georgia - Griffin Campus. This event will be held on Friday, April 1 2016. Registration will be opening February 15.
Wednesday, Jan. 20
UGA President to deliver 2016 State of the University address
President Jere W. Morehead will present the State of the University address at the UGA Chapel in Athens on January 20 at 3:30 PM. For more information about where you can watch the event click here.
A UGA education. Closer than you think.
Students who want the quality and value of a University of Georgia education can pursue a variety of undergraduate or graduate degrees at UGA’s Griffin Campus offered through the following UGA schools and colleges:
- College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- College of Education
- College of Family and Consumer Sciences
- Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
- Terry College of Business
The undergraduate programs, first offered in Griffin in 2005, are degree-completion programs for transfer students or those seeking a second bachelor’s degree. Ten undergraduate majors are now offered, plus graduate programs in student affairs leadership, mathematics education and workforce education.
UGA Griffin Campus, located 40 miles south of Atlanta, was established as the Georgia Experiment Station in 1888. A new student learning center opened in August 2009 and classes are held in the building. See The Griffin Campus for photos from the dedication ceremony.
Visit the website maintained by UGA's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for information about research and other CAES activities at the Griffin Campus: http://www.caes.uga.edu/campus/griffin
Accessing Common Core Standards: K5 and 6-12 Levels
The College of Education will be holding a series of workshops titled "Accessing the Common Core Standards in the Co-Taught Classroom" on the UGA-Griffin campus. These two-day workshops focus on helping students with disabilities succeed in the Georgia Standards of Excellence/Georgia Performance Standards through the use of differentiation, specialized instructional strategies, accommodations, and formative assessment. For more information or to register now click here.