College of Engineering associate professor Jenna Jambeck is redesigning waste management.
For the first time in his life, 9-year-old Savannah-native Jay Norris led the way to the water, racing through maritime forest and salt marsh toward the Skidaway River, his wheelchair rolling smoothly over the surface of the trail.
“Let’s go to Cusco so we can breathe fresh air,” Peruvians say when they need to escape the traffic and busy life of the main cities. Cuzco’s mayor wanted to find out if that was truism was accurate.
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.
More than one-third of the 242 counties in the Southeastern persistent poverty region are located in Georgia.