March 2004: Vol. 83, No. 2
CCRC dedication From the Editor
Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) is a "tale of two Petes"

Eve Trout Powell
Cover art: "Genius" is its own reward


The AJC headline read:
Hard-Earned Hardware

Which is an apt description of how coach Mark Richt and game MVP David Greene felt as they accepted the Capital One bowl game trophy in Orlando on New Year's Day. The Dogs squandered a 24-0 lead against Purdue but prevailed 34-27 in overtime, with freshman Kregg Lumpkin scoring the winning TD. The game had the highest TV rating among all non-BCS Championship Series matchups. Also of note: UGA's football graduation rate of 67 percent was the highest among the top 10 teams in the final regular-season BCS rankings.

Dr. Adams President's Column
Higher education is feeling the pinch
New Georgia Encyclopedia Campus News
Yesterday and today. The New Georgia Encyclopedia was publicly launched. Taking a robot for a spin. North Korea forum. UGA buys Thornton Brothers building. Fall enrollment: 33,878. Vanishing Georgia.
Dave Muia Faculty/Staff
UGA in the news. Retired UGA English professor and renowned literary critic Hugh Kenner died Nov. 24. Peach State Poll. Hello, new dean; farewell, good friend
Students
History/Russian major is headed to London for master of arts programs. Rewriting admissions. M.S. in public health. Chick-chat-time. Tate Student Center turns 20.
Evans named A.D Sports
Evans named A.D. Richt reloads. Dogs were standouts in the classroom, too.
Greg Robinson Campus Closeup
State of the University '04. Chemistry prof Greg Robinson.

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