Dr. Tim Burg

Dr. Timothy Burg named Director of Office of STEM Education

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You are Invited

STEM Educators and Researchers are invited to attend the Fifth Annual STEM Institute on Teaching and Learning.

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The Fifth Annual STEM Institute on Teaching and Learning will be held Friday, Feb. 26th at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education in Athens.

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Attendance is free, but registration is required.

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Events and Announcements

Fifth Annual STEM Institute: Registration Now Open

All STEM educators and researchers in Georgia are invited to the Fifth Annual STEM Institute on Teaching and Learning. There will be STEM focused presentations and discussions of interest to K-12 teachers, university faculty, and STEM education researchers.

Date: Friday, February 26th, 2016
Location: Georgia Center for Continuing Education, UGA Campus, Athens, GA
Cost:Free (registration is required)
Please contact us with your questions: mkinney@uga.edu

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Click here to view agenda

Learning Community Facilitators:

The Office of STEM Education is supporting five unique learning communitites during fiscal year 2016. Click here for a list of Learning Communities and Facilitators

Funding Opportunities

STEM Mini Grants 2015-2016

Nearly $90,000 has been awarded for fiscal yeal 2016. Twelve unique proposals represent a range of STEM disciplines spanning several colleges and schools. Click here for a list of recipients.

The UGA Office of STEM Education (OSE) serves University professors and K-12 teachers to improve the teaching and learning of STEM discplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). With generous support from the University System of Georgia Board of Regents (USG-BOR) and the UGA administration, the OSE supplies research mini-grants, supports STEM Learning Communities, provides letters of support to faculty, and promotes STEM fields to undergraduates and K-12 students. The OSE provides this support to boost learning initiatives, recruit more students, and improve student retention in STEM majors.

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