UGA experts predict another good year for Georgia’s economy.
Agriculture in Georgia has long been dependant on such things as peaches and peanuts, but in the past decade more and more North Georgia farmland is being used to grow grapes.
Teaching can be hard, but a new collection of teaching tips written by UGA faculty members is helping make the job easier—and more fulfilling.
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will reopen its doors with five new special exhibitions and a weeklong celebration.
When viewers tune into Jeopardy! this week (Feb. 14 – 16), they’ll witness the first-ever man vs. machine challenge on one of America’s favorite quiz show.
“Celebrating Courage” has been a 50-day recognition of the 50th anniversary of UGA’s desegregation.
UGA continues to celebrate its commitment to diversity in academics, and a recent recognition of six outstanding graduate students in the College of Education is just one example.
Earlier this month, 21 members of the 201st Agribusiness Development Team visited the UGA campus in Athens to get hands-on training from specialists with the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Students and alumni from the School of Social Work’s Child Welfare Education Program were honored for their efforts in a recent federal review…
“Health is a depreciating asset,” in the words of Sara Holland, speaking the prosaic language of corporate finance.
A student-led and faculty-supported volunteer outreach project from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine was recently recognized for its efforts to heighten awareness…
David Landau remembers when the use of computer power in physics was a novelty—something promising, perhaps…
A University of Georgia researcher has found that Georgia’s forestlands provide essential ecosystem services to the state worth an estimated $37 billion annually.
Georgia farmers are staring at record prices this year for the crops they grow. But high crop prices aren’t good for everyone…
It’s a common assumption that animal migration, like human travel across the globe, can transport pathogens long distances, in some cases increasing disease risks to humans.
A recent University of Georgia study indicates that a common vitamin used to treat breast cancer patients might actually be harmful.
Many Georgian were surprised to start their new year with a major winter storm. But bad weather can strike the state at any time.