UGA experts predict another good year for Georgia’s economy.
Abstracting the tangible is the goal of students in April Allen’s residential furnishings and interiors course.
For an average lawyer, knowledge of international law is no longer a luxury, it is increasingly becoming a requirement, according to the School of Law’s newest tenured faculty member Peter J. Spiro.
Kwesi DeGraft-Hanson has used skills and opportunities as a landscape architecture faculty member at UGA to breathe life into his Ghanaian hometown of Cape Coast.
Bob Rhoades knows the country. Whether it’s the country in South America, Nepal, or the United States, this professor of anthropology knows agrarian landscapes and lifeways.
Students in UGA’s Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources visited Carter Farms, Inc., recently to learn about the stewardship and land management philosophy of former President Jimmy Carter and his forestry consultant, Blake Sullivan, who conducted the…
With just a few days remaining until the Feb. 1 deadline to apply for the freshman class that will enter in 2005, the Undergraduate Admissions Office is in high gear.
Rick Watson is director of the Center for Information Systems Leadership at UGA’s Terry College of Business. He has been teaching an XML computer programming course for several years.
What’s more natural than singing? Many people may do it, but the finest singers are the ones who train for years with great teachers.
Fourteen University of Georgia students in the Security Leadership Program at the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) in the School of Public and International Affairs will travel to Washington D.C. over spring break to meet with national security…