Avian Academy is an annual three-day program hosted during the summer by the Department of Poultry Science for middle and high school STEM and Vo-Ag teachers. It’s purpose is to "educate the educators" about the importance, impact, and massive job demand our state’s number one industry has by providing hands-on labs and curriculum for participants to take straight back to their classrooms. All of these learning modules are created and taught by world-renown UGA Poultry Science faculty!
When is it?
June 24-26, 2019
What are the modules?
- Review of Modern Georgia Poutlry Industry & Careers
- Breed Identification, Selection, & Antiquities
- External/Internal Avian Anatomy
- Alternative Poultry Production Systems (such as backyard flocks, etc.)
- Poultry Health
- Embryology & Incubation
- Curriculum Resource Opportunities
- Processing & Further Processing
- Food Safety
- and all categories of Poultry Judging!
What does it include?
If you are an agriculture teacher, you MUST register via email below to be officially registered. Teachers that register through CTAERN only may not be accepted if the course fills up before CTAERN rosters are pulled.
Lodging and meals are provided by the department.
Registration for Avian Academy 2019 is now closed.
For more information:
Contact Jessica Fife, Outreach Coordinator.