Peer Education Student-Led Conference


The Peer Learning and Teaching Others (PLaTO) program within the Division of Academic Enhancement hosts a Peer Education Student-Led Conference each academic year in the Spring. The purpose of the Peer Education Student-Led Conference is for undergraduate Peer Educators at University of Georgia to showcase their experience and knowledge, streamline training across programs, and create a community of Peer Educators on campus. The Spring 2022 Peer Education Student-Led Conference is held each year in the Spring.

Registration

Registration is opened to all undergraduate Peer Educators at the University of Georgia. 

Registration is currently closed. Registration will open for the Spring 2023 Peer Education Student-Led Conference in January of 2023. 

Conference Proposals

Experienced undergraduate Peer Educators at UGA are encouraged to submit a conference session proposal on a relevant topic of choice. Sessions are expected to last 15-30 minutes, with both a lecture presentation and interactive component. Interested presenters should submit a proposal on topics they think are relevant to other Peer Educators. 

Topic proposal submissions will be reviewed and students with approved proposals will be contacted with further instructions on developing their training session.

Conference proposal submissions are currently closed. Proposal submissions will open for the Spring 2023 Peer Education Student-Led Conference in January of 2023. 

Past Conferences 

Feel free to contact Sarah Jeffery, the Coordinator of Peer Education, at sarah.cramer@uga.edu with any further questions.