More than 650 alumni and friends attended the UGA in Washington reception June 21 at Union Station.
When Dana Dillard, MSW ’01, signed up for a course called Social Work with Burn Survivors at the end of her first year in graduate school, she had no idea that she would become an integral part of a summer…
On this day in March, 30 students from UGA’s College of Education are at Judia Jackson Harris Elementary School in Athens teaching science to second-grade students.
New College, one of the oldest buildings on the UGA campus, has undergone extensive renovations that have brought the exterior back to its 1875 appearance while creating modern classroom space inside.
Juniors entering the Terry College in fall 2010 have discovered they have a lot more in common with each other, thanks to a newly adopted undergraduate curriculum called “Foundations First.”
Taking 10 minutes this month to fill out the U.S. Census form means strengthening your community, said UGA demographer Douglas Bachtel.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat only American-grown food, you should mark apple juice, cauliflower, garlic and limes off your grocery list.
The Farm Worker Family Health Program is a 15-year old community partnership designed to increase the delivery of healthcare services to migrant farm worker families…
Melinda DeMaria, associate director of undergraduate admissions, had a busy October, but she did not have to worry about flight delays or traffic congestion.
Customized mobile classes and workshops allow local government leaders to hit the road as they learn the best ways to serve their communities.
A godsend to kidney-stone sufferers is a machine called a lithotripter, which focuses sound waves to break the stones into smaller fragments that may then be more easily, and less painfully, passed.
Homeowners may soon be able to own a miniature version of a living fossil thanks to a University of Georgia horticulturist and his research team of high school students.
Caviar is one of the world’s most prized delicacies, but overfishing has pushed wild sturgeon to the brink of extinction.
Children enrolled in Coile Middle School and each of the 14 elementary schools in the Clarke County School District are reaping the benefits from PAWS for a CAUSE.
High in the cloud forests of Ecuador, Georgia public school teachers listened and waited.
Some gardeners shop for the best gloves, hat or kneeling mat. Others gear up by wearing matching outfits and working with whatever tools the warden lets them use for the day
This is no fish tale: a new Georgia Museum of Natural History Web site offers the most complete look at Georgia fishes, what they are and where they’re found.