Upcoming Events


CTL - North Instructional Plaza

The workshop is open to faculty members and/or TAs from any department teaching or planning to teach a graduate pedagogy class. Participants will review syllabi from other sections of the course and discussing learning goals, assessments, and learning activities to best prepare graduate students for their respective teaching assignments. Details


Science Learning Center

Fall 2016 TA Orientation will take place on Tuesday, August 9, in the new Science Learning Center. Registration for TA Orientation is now open at https://ugeorgia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bvbWJXf4uy7YqGh. Details


Russell Special Collections Building Auditorium

Twenty-first Century students come to college with widely varying academic skills, approaches to learning, and motivation levels. Faculty often lament that students are focused on achieving high grades but are not willing to invest much time or effort in learning. This session will focus on the importance of helping students acquire simple but effective learning strategies based on cognitive science principles. We will engage in interactive reflection activities that will allow attendees to experience strategies that significantly improve learning while transforming student attitudes about the meaning of learning. Details

Event Type: Speaker Series


MLC Reading Room

Graduate and professional school students often face challenges adjusting to a new set of demands – acing coursework, preparing for cumulative examinations, assuming teaching duties, and producing research results. This session will present metacognitive learning strategies and time management tools that graduate students can teach their students and that they themselves can use to “step up their game” so that their success in graduate school will equal or exceed their success in undergraduate school. Details

Event Type: Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshops, Speaker Series


Tate Grand Hall

All students who are admitted to college have the ability to ace their courses. However, most students did not acquire effective learning strategies in high school and resort to memorizing information just before tests. This strategy usually yields poor results, with students earning grades much lower than their ability. This interactive session will introduce students to cognitive science based learning strategies that help all students experience meaningful, transferable learning, resulting in A’s in their courses! Details

Event Type: Speaker Series, Special Events