UGA’s Mable Fok uses the science of light to make communication technologies better.
Twenty years after the 36-year long civil conflict in Guatemala, a UGA-led research team found many Guatemalan refugees in Mexico still suffering.
After yet another meal slid across her bamboo tray and spilled, Ashley Hatcher had an idea for a new invention — spill-proof trays.
An orange sun peers over the trees as green crops shimmer with morning dew. In the distance, cows are mooing.
While England and the United States have historically been allies, relationships between some citizens were recently put to the test inside a mock courtroom.
“The World at Large,” a tribute to the engagement of UGA faculty, students and visitors from around the world.
Currently, children growing up in low-income communities in the United States often face tremendous socio-economic challenges.
Members of the University of Georgia community are taking the first step in developing a mutually beneficial trade relationship between Kenyan entrepreneurs and the United States.
Ecotourism is a burgeoning business in many parts of the world, an open door to exploring an environment that is nearly in balance with its human cohabitants.
In 1940, The Grapes of Wrath won a Pulitzer Prize in the Novel category, and Arthur Krock of the New York Times got one for Correspondence Journalism.