New Distinguished Research Professor Peggy Ozias-Akins’ work could have enormous impact on agriculture.
Zell Miller, who served as Georgia state senator, lieutenant governor, governor and a U.S. Senator, will provide a historical perspective of the Georgia General Assembly as the featured speaker.
Lisa Ames spends her workdays getting up close and personal with insects, about 500 a year to be exact.
Public policy, human resource development, regionalism, and program evaluation are no longer foreign concepts to a growing number of Chinese local officials.
In the height of Georgia’s apple season, it’s easy to find a variety of fresh, high-quality fruit on the produce shelves. But this isn’t always the case in poorer or newer countries.
Last spring, a dozen second- and third-year Georgia Law students traveled to the famed University of Oxford for a semester of studying the law.
For more than a decade, UGA’s incoming freshman class has had stronger academic credentials than the classes that entered previously. The classes have also started to become more diverse ethnically diverse.