A UGA center takes on a public health problem that includes more than a dozen diseases of poverty.
UGA’s campus in Costa Rica hosted a group of 97 Costa Rican high school students for the Fit4Earth: Ninth Grade Biodiversity Challenge.
When two African-American students integrated UGA a half a century ago, no one dreamed that one day a class would re-enact the event and its social context. That’s exactly what happened in Barbara McCaskill’s English and African American Studies 4880…
Early detection of cancer may eventually become as easy as taking a home pregnancy test, according to new UGA research.
Researchers at UGA and Yale University have discovered a compound with the potential to be more effective than existing agents in treating the very painful blisters known as shingles…
The ultimate test of man’s conscience may be his willingness to sacrifice something today for future generations whose words of thanks will not be heard. - Gaylord Nelson, former governor of Wisconsin, founder of Earth Day
Dog owners and veterinarians have long relied on a mix of limited data and anecdotal evidence to assess which breeds are at risk…
New research by UGA scientists has shown, for the first time, that an African Grey parrot can develop a deeper understanding of the sounds—which we hear as words—than researchers previously thought.
Thankfully, Daisy Mallard and her brood are back home swimming happily in their pond at the Lovett School.
JoyEllen Freeman, a sophomore in UGA’s Honors Program, is one of 40 college students selected to participate in the 2011 Student Freedom Ride, a civil rights history bus tour sponsored by PBS’s American Experience history series.