A UGA center takes on a public health problem that includes more than a dozen diseases of poverty.
The perennial campaign slogan of the late senator Paul D. Coverdell was a straightforward “Coverdell works!”
Having just told a class of music business students stories about the glamorous and intriguing people and places that are part of her experiences as a music industry insider, Michele Caplinger then told the UGA students how much she envied…
“Playing a stringed instrument is like having this terrible jigsaw puzzle,” says Michael Heald, associate professor of violin.
Elaine Cress’ Exercise and Aging Class, held every spring, is so popular that participants race to fill the 15 available slots in January.
Dawg Camp is a program open to incoming freshmen that guides them through outdoors activities like kayaking across Lake Jocasse or backpacking through the Cohutta Wilderness.
Looking at slime under microscopes and building terrariums for pretend organisms are all part of UGA’s Institute of Ecology outreach programs designed to show Georgia’s children how important it is to protect our natural resources.
Vietnam, a war-ravaged Southeast Asian nation, provided the perfect testing ground for Kelcie Fincham’s goal of becoming a public health worker.
More than 6,000 students challenged by learning disabilities, visual impairments and mobility may have to work a little harder than the average student every day to earn their diploma, but a new center based at the University of Georgia will…
In celebration of 200 years of on-campus student living at the University of Georgia, the Department of University Housing, in partnership with Athens Area Habitat for Humanity, has broken ground on construction of a new home for Athens resident Chynitra…