UGA experts predict another good year for Georgia’s economy.
Was Tolkien a tree-hugger? Does political tyranny wreak environmental havoc? Does the restoration of the Shire in The Lord of the Rings provide lessons for our own time and place?
Gene Pesti looks at an international impact when he stares down at his new text, Poultry Nutrition and Feeding.
UGA’s Office of Studies Abroad in the South Pacific and Caribbean is housed in the Daniel B. Warnell School of Forest Resources and represents one of the largest study abroad initiatives in the United States.
Tre’ Ross, Bodhi Roberts and Noe Recendiz took the stage in front of several hundred UGA faculty and staff. The middle school boys stared at their feet and glanced occasionally at the crowd before presenting their boldly colored painting, centered…
For Dean Rusk Center Associate Director Dorinda G. Dallmeyer visiting Antarctica is more than just a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Wanting to develop an introductory class with wide appeal that would bring more students into the study of poultry science and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, faculty members had a brainstorm.
While trying to decide whether to pursue a doctorate in finance at the Terry College of Business, Jide Wintoki took a number of factors into account, not the least of which was whether he thought the environment at Terry would…
Within its massive collection of radio and television programs, staff in the Peabody Awards Archive at the University of Georgia has discovered a new “lost episode” of the acclaimed television comedy “The Honeymooners.”
A new college student may be a little leery of signing up for a biology or accounting course. But what student wouldn’t warm up to a class called Chocolate Science?