Critical Race Training in Education

University of Georgia

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
210 South Jackson Street
Athens, Georgia 30602
Phone
(706) 542-3000
Email address
apply@uga.edu
School Information
"Chartered by the state of Georgia in 1785, the University of Georgia is the birthplace of public higher education in America — launching our nation’s great tradition of world-class public education. What began as a commitment to inspire the next generation grows stronger today through global research, hands-on learning and extensive outreach. A top value in public higher education and research, the University of Georgia tackles some of the world’s grand challenges, from combating infectious disease and creating a dependable food supply to advancing economic growth and strengthening cyber and global security." The university enrolls over 39,100 students, employs over 3,100 faculty, and offers 24 Baccalaureate degrees, 32 master's degrees, and four doctoral degrees. (Source: https://www.uga.edu/about.php) (Source: https://www.uga.edu/facts.php)
General Information
The university started the "UGA Dismantling Systemic Racism" Ad Hoc Committee, which offers seminars and other resources to staff and community members. No mandatory Critical Race Training sessions are yet required of students. However, see developments below:

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Resources

    The UGA Staff Council's Dismantling Systematic Racism Ad Hoc Committee offered a presentation by Terry College of Business's Dr. Dawn Bennett-Alexander, titled, "Using Anti-Racism to Dismantle White Supremacy."

Last updated February 13th, 2021