New Josiah Meigs Teaching Professor John Maerz is more than just a teacher. He’s a mentor who helps students discover their passions and achieve their goals.
Simply standing before a Gothic cathedral—say Notre-Dame in Paris—can be an overwhelming experience. Understanding how all its parts artfully and structurally work together is something else entirely.
Crushed oregano and sisal are the soothing tones that decorate the guest bedroom of the Rochesters’ beach house.
Thanks to some University of Georgia experts the iphone can now can help turfgrass managers diagnose and remedy turf problems.
When the University of Georgia wanted to make its students, faculty, and staff safer on the Internet, the computer security awareness campaign known as SecureUGA was launched.
A science textbook written by University of Georgia education professor Mary M. Atwater is being heralded as the inspiration and guide for a 14-year-old African boy’s quest to build a windmill that provided electricity to his family and village for…
This past summer, two University of Georgia Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets spent their summers traveling abroad and being paid for it.
The University of Georgia Washington Semester Program and the UGA at Oxford Program have joined forces to offer undergraduates a new seven-week travel-study opportunity during summer 2010.
Ten recent graduates or professionals in mathematics and science returned to classes at the University of Georgia in the fall to become future math and science teachers in Georgia’s public schools, thanks to a new scholarship program in the UGA…
“Reduce, reuse, recycle” has become a common catch-phrase in today’s society.
Over the past 100 years, the UGA Graduate School helped thousands of students achieve graduate degrees across a wide variety of disciplines
A new public health news bureau, staffed by University of Georgia graduate students, will soon give voice to people and health-related issues often overlooked in the state.
Graduate students from the UGA Master of Public Administration program are learning the hands-on realities of managing local governments this semester in a unique course.
Undergraduate research opportunities on campus are being expanded through a partnership between the Honors Program’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities and the Faculty of Engineering.
Prospective University of Georgia students can now access admissions information and other features on their Apple iPhone or iPod Touch.
A student picks up her pen, looks at the teacher, waits for a minute and presses a button on her table.
The University of Georgia will celebrate the 225th anniversary of its founding with a two-day symposium April 22-23.