UGCA specimens and displays are used to support formal and informal education at the University of Georgia and around the state.

Although space limitations at the Museum currently prevent the UGCA from having a permanent exhibit area, we are active participants in various outreach education events in the Museum, at off-site events, and in schools.  Each year thousands of people around the state view specimens and portable displays from the UGCA.  In addition, hundreds of people see the UGCA annually through scheduled tours.

Joe McHugh in elementary school for LemonAid Day 2011

Special Events/Exhibits
Photos from past outreach events.

Display Boxes
Photos of specimen drawers available for educators to borrow.

The Georgia Museum of Natural History offers internships for class credit in participating collections.