Aug
30
Tue
Fall 2016 Late Registration Student Account Payment Due
Aug 30 all-day

Student account payment due for any late registration at 5 p.m. in person or 6 p.m. online
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall

Sep
1
Thu
Fall 2016 Immunization Holds Begin
Sep 1 all-day

Fall 2016 immunization holds begin for students who need to finalize immunization requirements
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall

Fall 2016 Withdrawal Period Begins
Sep 1 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 am

Withdrawal period begins at 8 a.m. via PAWS. No refunds for partial withdrawals. Must be withdrawn from all classes, including full semester and mini-mester courses, to receive a refund.
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall

Sep
5
Mon
University Official Holiday. No Classes.
Sep 5 all-day

University Official Holiday. No Classes.

Sep
7
Wed
Distinguished Speaker Series – Helen Malone @ CEHD room 1030
Sep 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Distinguished Speaker Series: Helen Malone, The Ohio State University
Helen Malone, associate professor in The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology, will speak to CEHD students, faculty and staff Sept. 7 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
Malone has taught students of all ages who have moderate to intensive disabilities and has been involved in special education teacher education both at the pre- and in-service levels. Her research focuses on teaching individuals with severe to profound disabilities new skills and the assessment and treatment of their challenging behaviors. In 2009, she began work on a U.S. Department of Education Steppingstones to Technology grant that focused on the development of video technology that can be used to teach new skills to students of transition age with severe developmental disabilities who may also have a significant hearing impairment. Malone is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has worked in public schools, private educational behavioral programs and homes developing behavioral programs.
She will discuss video prompting to teach students with significant disabilities vocational and daily living skills.
The Distinguished Speaker Series brings cutting-edge researchers at the state and national levels to the college on the first Wednesday of each month. Presentations are held at 12 noon (unless otherwise noted) in the College of Education and Human Development Forum, room 1030.
For more information, click here.

Sep
9
Fri
Fall 2016 Mini-Mester I Midpoint; Last Day to Withdraw
Sep 9 all-day

Fall 2016 Mini-Mester I Midpoint; Last Day to Withdraw
Contact the University Advisement Center at advisement.gsu.edu or the Office of Academic Assistance in your college for details. Visit registrar.gsu.edu/registration/withdrawals for more details.
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall

Oct
5
Wed
Fall 2016 Mini-Mester I Classes End
Oct 5 all-day

Fall 2016 Mini-Mester I Classes End
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall

Distinguished Speaker Series – Kyle Peck @ CEHD room 1030
Oct 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Distinguished Speaker Series: Kyle Peck, Penn State University
Kyle Peck, co-director of the Center for Online Innovation in Learning at Penn State University, will speak to CEHD students, faculty and staff Oct. 5 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.
Peck studies and applies innovations in education, and his current interests include learning online, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and digital badges in education. He is director of the DIY STEM program, an emerging national opportunity to enhance learning in science, technology, engineering and math through hands-on projects, online learning opportunities and “digital badges.” He is also co-founder of the innovative Centre Learning Community Charter School and completed two terms on the board of directors of the International Society for Technology in Education. Before arriving at Penn State, he taught middle school for seven years and was involved in corporate training for five years. Peck co-authored two books, more than 40 book chapters and journal articles, and four education-related software programs. He is a popular speaker and has made more than 285 presentations at professional conferences in 12 countries.
In his presentation, Peck will make the case that recent increased investment in the educational technology marketplace are driving personalized, adaptive approaches to learning, and that, when viewed in the context of economic and social trends, it seems inevitable that higher education will experience significant change and increased external competition.
The Distinguished Speaker Series brings cutting-edge researchers at the state and national levels to the college on the first Wednesday of each month. Presentations are held at 12 noon (unless otherwise noted) in the College of Education and Human Development Forum, room 1030.
For more information, click here.

Oct
6
Thu
Final Exams for Fall 2016 Mini-Mester I Classes
Oct 6 – Oct 8 all-day

Final Exams for Fall 2016 Mini-Mester I Classes
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall

Oct
10
Mon
Fall 2016 Mini-Mester II Classes Begin
Oct 10 all-day

Fall 2016 Mini-Mester II Classes Begin
http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/
Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600
In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall