UGA is helping policymakers and city planners make better-informed decisions about extreme weather.
Innovative course uses video game to teach students about global politics.
Project FOCUS pairs UGA students with local educators to teach science in innovative ways.
The breakthrough could lead to clean, efficient method of producing fuels
The Digital Library of Georgia at UGA plays a historical role in the launch of Digital Public Library of America.
Landscape professor teaches students about designing gardens with health care in mind.
The results could mean the need for fewer influenza vaccinations in the future.
UGA professors use computer simulations to make obesity lessons come alive in the classroom.
The College of Pharmacy provides crucial volunteer services at Mercy Health Center in Athens.
Franklin College scientist finds that even fruit fly larvae are prone to eating for pleasure.
Grady professor is building the foundation for a new sports journalism program.
Service-learning program provides lifelong lessons that benefit more than just the student participants.
UGA researchers used Facebook page to track tornado trash in comprehensive study of debris trajectories.
Deaf lecturer Christopher Patterson’s sign language classes go beyond learning the letters.
UGA researchers find many older Georgians not adhering to their medication routine and opting for groceries instead.
Smaller classes, relaxed atmosphere and an increasing number of course options—including online—make summer school at UGA viable and attractive.
College of Family and Consumer Sciences brings resources together to produce wool socks locally for military personnel in Afghanistan.