|September 2002: Vol. 81, No. 4
|From the Editor
Uga VI top dog on Capitol Hill
Cover art: Dallas Fed president Bob McTeer is a folk hero of the New Economics
Taking stock at the five-year mark
Holbrook to OSU. English portrait exhibit at GMOA till Sept. 29. Lauth is dean of SPIA. Researchers bring Virtual Gorilla Program to Zoo Atlanta campers. Sen. Richard Russell's baseball card collection on exhibit at Main Library. Health conference focus: well-being of state's growing Hispanic population. Stem cell researcher and expert in drug development join UGA faculty. Goizueta Foundation's $3.5 million grant will help educate Hispanics
WorldCom adviser. Ex-foreign correspondent named Journalism Teacher of the Year. Pharmacy prof patents process to convert solid pain relievers to cream. "UGA in the News"
Academic enhancement profs write student survival guide. Cannes for credit. Incoming freshman writes chapter and verse on stupidity. War correspondents in training. "Yesterday and today"
UGA football players are No. 1 in ranks of Habitat house builders. New East Campus Road entrance will make life easier for football fans
College Bowl-er runs the board on "Jeopardy!": Ag econ student Eric Floyd (AB '00) parlays intellectual competition at UGA into big bucks on popular game show. Changing South Africa: Second-year law student Jason Carter is carrying on his famous family's tradition of public service
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