Fireflies are enchanting little creatures, but their light serves a serious purpose.
Some plants have the ability to drastically reduce levels of indoor pollutants, according to new research at the University of Georgia.
Researchers from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine have made an unexpected dual discovery that could open new avenues for treating Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, or “Ich”, a single-celled protozoan parasite that commonly attacks freshwater fish.
Forty-one years ago, UGA art faculty member John Kehoe traveled to Italy looking for a place to locate a new kind of international program.
At a young age, School of Social Work assistant professor Kimberly Clay developed an interest…
At the intersection of Fulton and Spring streets, a lush green oasis is beginning to take shape amongst the gray concrete NO4 parking lots.
The University of Georgia expects just over 4,800 students in the new freshman class and they will set new records for academic quality and diversity, according to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Gleaming brightly and safely secured in a sturdy new tower, the historic University of Georgia Chapel Bell is back in place and ready to celebrate a victory when the Georgia Bulldogs play their first football game Aug. 30.
The University of Georgia is tied for 20th among public universities and tied for 58th overall according to the 2009 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” guide. UGA has been ranked among the top 20 leading public…
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The new Lamar Dodd School of Art building on East Campus formally opened recently in a dedication ceremony that honors the legacy of one of the South’s leading modern artists and art educators.
With the increasing use of “clicker” technology in the classroom, the university has selected one system to support.
The Civil Rights Digital Library is the most ambitious and comprehensive initiative to date to deliver educational content on the Civil Rights Movement via the Web.
When Abby Hardgrove began the child and family development graduate program in UGA’s College of Family and Consumer Sciences, she wasn’t sure what direction her research might take.
Donny Hathaway, an American soul singer and composer of extraordinary talents apparent suicide at age 33 in 1979 left fans, friends and fellow artists wondering just what happened.
Vehicular crashes are a leading cause of injury and death, particularly among teens and young adults, and their dollar cost to American society is estimated to be in the hundreds of billions annually.
Student interns in UGA’s Washington Semester Program get hands-on training in the nation’s capital and a firsthand look at life in Washington D.C.