The UGA Office of STEM Education (OSE) provides support to the university community to boost learning initiatives, recruit more students, and improve student retention in STEM majors. The OSE works with partners to 1) increase the number of K-12 students prepared for and interested in majoring in STEM disciplines in college; 2) increase the success and completion rates of student majoring in STEM disciplines; and 3) increase the number of qualified K-12 STEM teachers.

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Events & Announcements

Georgia's public colleges and universities offer a variety of summer-long research programs in STEM fields for visiting undergraduates. The time to aplly is NOW!
An interactive, student-lead, science outreach event held before the football game on April 18, 2020. Come to the Georgia Quad (located on the lawn in front of the Miller Learning Center). All ages are invited. Free admisssion. 
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit photographic or illustrative images that relate to their research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  Collecting entires for the 2019 competetion until NEW DEADLINE March 1, 2019!
We all need to be entrepreneurs – as students, faculty and staff, and alumni we must design our careers, change teaching, and bring products to market. However, just as we’ve worked hard to make STEM more inclusive of our community, UGA innovators—and the people who support them—must ensure that innovation and entrepreneurship are taught and practiced by all!
March 27, 2019
PLASMA Community of Practice Fall 2019 Meetings

Will be continuing the work of our PLASMA group this semester as a community of practice.  We will continue to refine the Peer Learning Assistant (PLA) model and to communicate best practices.

All interested in Peer Learning Assistants are welcome to attend any of the meetings.

January 4-5pm
February 4-5pm
March  4-5pm
April  4-5pm
May 4-5pm

There may be an opportunity to embed “Citizen Science” data collection projects into your course or research. This approach could be used to scale the number of available research projects for Experiential Learning or add a new component to a lecture class.

Mackenzie Carter talker and answered questions to give potential adopters can first-hand information about this program.

Wednesday January 23, 2019  4-4:30PM

Explain a STEM concept to a broader audience using any medium of your choice.
Fall 2019
PLA Open House