UGA students are helping to build a sustainable campus.
By using nanoparticles, UGA researchers are working to build the foundation for a new cancer vaccine.
UGA students give grade-schoolers a creative classroom lesson about important people from the past.
A NASA internship program provides data for students to explore public health and environmental issues.
A Public Service and Outreach Fellow is making people think about the environment in different ways.
Studies look at how controlling inflammation could provide protection from weight gain and obesity complications.
Tour around the state is intended to let Georgians know: UGA is here for you.
Georgia 4-H program is making a difference in the lives of U.S. military children.
UGA researchers are using plants to generate electrical currents.
For a century, UGA has pioneered teaching and research breakthroughs in the poultry industry.
UGA’s “culture of service” opens doors for high school students through the Young Dawgs internship program.
Sidney Samuel Thomas, a quiet, penny-pinching librarian, “loved books and the University of Georgia and did something about it.”
UGA researcher’s robotic submersible will provide valuable data about ocean conditions and activity.
The university’s 22nd president takes the reins with a sharp focus on improving the educational experience for UGA’s students.
UGA’s veterinary hospital offers take-home glucose monitors for diabetic pets.
UGA ecology professor wants to make mothing as popular as birding.
The College of Engineering is making UGA more competitive in academia and the business world.