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Four faculty members receive Meigs Awards

Four faculty members receive Meigs Awards

The awards represent UGA’s highest recognition for excellence in instruction.

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UGA steps up pace of turning wood into fuel

UGA steps up pace of turning wood into fuel

UGA researchers create fast-growing trees that could be a breakthrough for biofuel production.

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Program gives students chance to Experience UGA

Program gives students chance to Experience UGA

Clarke County high school students get a behind-the-scenes look during STEM-focused campus trips.

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Lydia Babcock-Adams

Lydia Babcock-Adams is working on three—yes, three—degrees at the same time and already has presented her marine science research work at conferences across the country. And her love for UGA goes all the way back to early childhood.

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Jenna Jambeck

Jenna Jambeck, assistant professor in the College of Engineering, is internationally recognized for her research on plastic waste in the ocean and for the Marine Debris Tracker app she co-created. She notes that being active in research helps bring current environmental engineering issues into the classroom for students.

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Vicki Worsham

Vicki Worsham's interests are threefold: child care, books and service work. And, over the last 30 years, she has integrated all three into her life.

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Award-winning ‘Vegucated’ to be shown


The award-winning documentary “Vegucated” will be shown March 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 101 at Miller Learning Center. “Vegucated” follows three meat- and cheese-loving New Yorkers who accept a challenge to adopt a vegan diet and a new way of thinking about food for six weeks.

Baseball team to host Yellow Jackets


The Diamond Dogs will play Georgia Tech March 31 at 7 p.m. at Foley Field. Tickets are $5 to $8.


Thurmond to deliver Early Lecture
Michael L. Thurmond, the superintendent of the DeKalb County School District, will deliver the Mary Frances Early Lecture April 1 at 3 p.m. in Tate Theatre. A reception will follow. This lecture is held each year in honor of Early, the first African-American graduate from UGA.

Today's events

2015 CURO Symposium
9:30 am
Graduate School Dean Finalist Presentation
Tate Student Center
10:00 am
Athens-Clarke County Fire Demonstration
Zell B. Miller Learning Center
10:00 am
Blood Drive
Hodgson Oil Building
2:30 pm
Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center
3:35 pm
Sustainable Food Systems Seminar Series Lecture
Conner Hall
6:00 pm
Concert: UGA Horn Choir
Performing Arts Center
6:30 pm
Film Screening
Zell B. Miller Learning Center
7:00 pm
Softball at Tennessee
7:30 pm
Film: “Vegucated”
Zell B. Miller Learning Center