|June 2002: Vol. 81, No. 3
|Protecting the world from nuclear weapons
With tens of thousands of nuclear weapons still housed in the former Soviet Union, UGA's Center for International Trade and Security is helping to prevent nuclear materials and weapons of mass destruction from crossing former Soviet borders and falling into the hands of rogue nations, terrorist groups, or individuals bent on destruction far more catastrophic than 9/11.
by Richard Hyatt
Cover photo: Lynda Courts at Atlanta's Ballethnic Dance Company
|Drumming up support for the arts|
Atlanta arts advocate Lynda Courts (AB '63) saved ther Atlanta Ballet from going under. Now she's a mainstay of the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund.
by Doug Monroe (ABJ '69)
|UGA Partnerships encircle the globe|
Under the direction of new associate provost for international affairs Mark Lusk, UGA readies itself for a world of possibilities and the widening of an already expansive Bulldog Nation.
by Alex Crevar (AB '93)
|The dirt on WalterHe's a soil man|
Garden guru Walter Reeves (BS '73) happily spreads his gospel of growing things and love of nature to novice and expert alike.
by Danny C. Flanders
Visions of Middle-earth.
Interview by Beth Roberts