June 2005 • Vol. 84: No. 3 : Features


UGA's School, Colleges & Units

The following schools, colleges and units across the UGA campus will play important roles in the success of the Archway to Excellence Campaign. All 15 colleges and schools are represented, along with nine campus units. Each school, college and unit has its own engaging goals, objectives and needs in the campaign, and a sampling of each is provided, with complete listings available on-line at the campaign Web site, . Or, contact the school, college or unit directly for a specific brochure on the Archway to Excellence Campaign, complete with messages from the dean or director, campaign goals, points of pride and fund-raising objectives.





Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

With more than 600 faculty and 12,000 students—almost half the university—the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at UGA is the largest college on campus and serves every undergraduate student during his or her academic tenure. The Franklin College reaches each student, whether through required core classes such as English and mathematics, advanced courses such as music theory and simulation physics, or through the advising office. The college consists of 29 departments and an additional 30 programs and centers, ranging from anthropology to women’s studies.

A sampling of Franklin College’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site listed below):

30 Departmental Academic Enrichment Funds.....$100,000 minimum/each
10 Departmental Named Professorships.....$250,000 minimum/each
Graduate Fellowships in Each Department.....$50,000 minimum/each
Study Abroad Programs, Scholarships and Internships.....$25,000 minimum/each

More information on Franklin College’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, 300 New College, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-4658
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/franklin

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Students enrolled in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UGA have a diversity of options in 24 majors, from biological and agricultural engineering to food science and from agribusiness to turf grass management. The college’s mission is to seek, verify and apply knowledge related to agriculture and the environment and to disseminate this knowledge through student education and public outreach. The Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station is an important part of the college and has sites located throughout the state where faculty address needs for specific crops and regions. The Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, also housed in the college, allows important and timely information to be shared with people across the state of Georgia.

A sampling of the College’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Student Enrichment Fund..... $5 million
Chairs, Professorships and Faculty Support..... $5 million
Department Research Funds..... $5 million
Local Extension Priorities..... $5 million
Ag Improvement Fund..... $2 million

More information on the College’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of College Advancement, Four Towers, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-3390


www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/caes


School of Law

The UGA School of Law is consistently ranked among the nation’s top tier law schools according to U.S. News & World Report, and is considered one of the leading public legal institutions in the country. Each year, some of the most promising new legal minds choose to attend the UGA School of Law. The median LSAT score of entering students regularly falls within the top 10-15 percent of test-takers nationally. The talented corps of professors at the School of Law includes a Pulitzer Prize winner, former U.S. Supreme Court clerks, other federal court clerks, Fulbright Scholars and editors-in-chief of law reviews.

A sampling of the School of Law’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Distinguished Chair..... $2 million
Chair..... $1 million
Distinguished and Named Scholarships..... $50,000-$250,000
Law School Rotunda..... $1 million
Rusk Hall Courtroom..... $1 million

More information on the School of Law’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, 120 Herty Drive, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-7985

www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/law

College of Pharmacy

The UGA College of Pharmacy, in its second century of educating students and preparing them to succeed within the realm of retail pharmacy, enrolls 520 students. About 70 percent of the college’s graduates are employed in retail pharmacy. The college is ranked as the No. 22 pharmacy college in the nation, the average entering GPA of pharmacy students at UGA is 3.59, the average PCAT score for incoming pharmacy students is in the 90th percentile and the average GPA for Pharm.D. graduates is 3.56. The 55-member faculty is internationally recognized for its experience in many areas, and its members represent the best in both academics and professional practice.

A sampling of the College of Pharmacy’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

New Pharmacy Facility..... $17.5 million
Community Pharmacy Endowed Chair..... $1 million
Endowed Student Scholarships (30 at $25,000 each)..... $750,000
Student Center..... $125,000
Small Group Teaching Center for Students..... $125,000

More information on the College of Pharmacy’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, College of Pharmacy, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-5293


www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/rx

Warnell School of Forest Resources

UGA’s Warnell School of Forest Resources is home to the only existing Center for Forest Business in the United States. It also houses a $1.3 million Aquatic Biotechnology and Environmental Laboratory where researchers investigate the effects of environmental contaminants on living organisms. The internationally recognized faculty in wildlife ecology study white-tailed deer, game birds, threatened and endangered birds, reptiles and small animals. It is the oldest existing Southern forestry school and was established in 1906 through an endowment by George Foster Peabody. A regional and national frontrunner, the school is ideally situated for forestry study, offering easy access to the three major provinces of the Southeast: the coastal plains, the piedmont and the mountains.

A sampling of the Warnell School’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Eminent Scholars/Visiting Professors, Lectureships..... $6 million
Graduate Level Scholarships, Assistantships..... $2 million
International Programs (travel, research supervision, exchange student support)..... $3.5 million
Additional Research Labs/Space..... $1.5 million
Expansion of Forest Business Program..... $2 million

More information on the Warnell School’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, Warnell School of Forest Resources, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-1011
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/forestry

College of Education

The College of Education at UGA is the largest college of education in the state, graduating more teachers and education professionals than any other college or university in the Southeast. The college has a rich tradition of preparing some of Georgia’s most talented students for careers in diverse fields of education, psychology and health care. Six College of Education programs were ranked in the top 10 nationally by U.S. News & World Report, including undergraduate vocational/technical (No. 3), counseling/personnel (No. 4), elementary education (No. 5), curriculum/instruction (No. 6), secondary education (No. 7) and educational psychology (No. 10).

A sampling of the College of Education’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

College of Education Named Professorships..... $2 million
College of Education Endowment Fund — for Discretionary Funds..... $1 million
Named Chair in Mathematics Education..... $1 million
Improvements of Technology Infrastructures/Wireless Networking..... $310,000
Aderhold Hall Renovation..... please inquire

More information on the College of Education’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, G4B Aderhold Hall, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-2267

www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/coe

Graduate School

Graduate studies began at UGA in the 19th century, well before the formal establishment of the Graduate School in 1910. The Graduate School today offers nearly 100 doctoral degree programs, 130 master’s degree programs and 20 specialist degree programs and supports students in all graduate programs across the university. The Graduate School has inspired leadership and quality in scholarly pursuits. By promoting excellence in graduate education, the Graduate School continues to build collegial and mutually supportive relationships with all campus constituencies. As the Graduate School nears its centennial celebration, its priorities remain fostering learning environments and contributing to outstanding achievement in discovery, scholarship and service.

A sampling of the Graduate School’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Named Society of Fellows (five fellows)..... $1 million
UGA Graduate Scholars for Tomorrow..... $1 million
Named Distinguished Graduate Fellowships (seven fellowships)..... $700,000
Graduate Student Opportunity Fund..... $500,000
Arch Graduate Leaders for Tomorrow..... $500,000

More information on the Graduate School’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, Boyd Graduate Studies Research Ctr., Rm. 515, Athens, GA 30602
(706) 542-7793

www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/gradschool

Terry College of Business

UGA’s Terry College of Business is consistently ranked among the top 20 public business schools by U.S. News & World Report and other publications. The college is home to several nationally ranked academic programs, according to U.S. News, including insurance, real estate, management information systems and accounting. The MBA program’s admission test scores place it among the 10 highest averages for public business schools. UGA was the first Southern university — and one of the first in the nation — to establish a school of business, in 1912.

A sampling of the Terry College’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

New Terry College Building..... $15 million
Endowment and naming of Institute for Leadership Advancement..... $10 million
Endowment and naming of Ph.D. Program..... $10 million
Distinguished Ph.D. Fellowships (providing full yearly stipend)..... $350,000
Distinguished MBA Scholarships (full tuition)..... $250,000

More information on the Terry College’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, Terry College of Business, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 583-0874
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/business

Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication

In the years since the first journalism course was taught in 1915 at UGA’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, the field has changed dramatically, and the program of study has changed with it. The scope of the program has grown to include seven undergraduate professional majors in three departments and a graduate program offering three degrees. Currently, the college enrolls about 875 third-year and fourth-year professional-status undergraduate students and 75 graduate students. About 900 pre-journalism students are taking the liberal-arts core in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. The average SAT score of a Grady College student is 220 points above the national average, and the faculty is renowned for teaching and research.

A sampling of Grady College’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Building Renovation through Naming Opportunities..... $5 million
Endowed Center with Chair..... $3 million
Endowed Chairs (six)..... $6 million
Peabody Awards Endowment..... $20 million
Internships..... $1 million

More information on Grady College’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication,
Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-7819

www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/grady

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

The College of Family and Consumer Sciences has the fourth-largest undergraduate student enrollment on the UGA campus. The college uses an interdisciplinary perspective to address issues that affect the human condition, from physical health to the quality of interpersonal, social, economic and material environments. FACS has an active study abroad program in a variety of academic areas. The mission of the college is to advance the well-being of individuals and families and strengthen communities through the generation and dissemination of knowledge, the education of professionals and the provision of research programs.

A sampling of FAC’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Student Leadership Development..... $100,000
Chair..... $1 million
Historic Costume Collection..... $1 million
Certified Financial Planner Academic Program..... $1 million
New Addition to Dawson Hall..... please inquire

More information on FACS’ needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Athens, GA 30602
(706) 542-4946

www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/facs

College of Veterinary Medicine

The College of Veterinary Medicine at UGA, organized in 1946, has grown and developed extensively since 1964. Its research improves health and quality of life for pets and enhances the productivity of poultry and livestock, and also protects human health. It is the only public veterinary college with a certificate program in international veterinary medicine, its diagnostic laboratories routinely receive specimens from all over the world, and the teaching hospital is a referral center for veterinary practitioners and animal owners throughout the state and region. The faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine includes internationally recognized experts in diseases of poultry, caged birds, fish, wildlife, companion animals and horses.

A sampling of Veterinary Medicine’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

New Teaching Hospital: Large Animal Barn..... $5 million
Chair..... $1 million
Distinguished Professorship..... $500,000
Professorship..... $250,000
New Teaching Hospital: Small Animal Waiting Room..... $2 million

More information on the college’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, College of Veterinary Medicine, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 583-0154
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/vetmed

School of Social Work

The UGA School of Social Work is the oldest public institution in the state providing professional social work education. Since 1964 the school has graduated more than 4,000 students, and alumni work with state, national, and internationally diverse populations, teach at numerous colleges and universities, and use their expertise in a wide range of institutions. B.S.W. degree students are prepared for entry-level professional generalist social work practice. The M.S.W. program offers two concentrations to prepare social work practitioners: family-centered social work practice and community empowerment and program development. The Ph.D. program prepares professionals for careers in academic research, and for practice in program evaluation and other forms of scientific research in the public and private sectors.

A sampling of Social Work’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Student Scholarships and Assistantships..... $500,000
International Studies Fund..... $150,000
African American Families Lectureship..... $150,000
Research Support Fund..... $100,000
Enhancement of Berger & Parham Professorships..... $100,000

More information on the School’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, School of Social Work, Tucker Hall, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-9093
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/socialwork

College of Environment and Design

In creating the College of Environment and Design in 2001, UGA combined the strengths of the School of Environmental Design and the Institute of Ecology. This move has helped UGA rise to the top of universities dedicated to the natural and built environment, incorporating expertise in landscape architecture, ecology, land use and planning, environmental ethics and historic preservation. The College of Environment and Design includes the nation’s No. 5-ranked program in ecology, evolution and behavior research productivity, as well as the No. 2 undergraduate and No. 4 graduate programs in landscape architecture.

A sampling of Environment and Design’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

To name and endow Graduate Scholars Programs in Ecology, Landscape Architecture or Historic Preservation..... $5 million
To name and endow the River Basin Science and Policy Center..... $3 million
To name and endow a Chair of Landscape Architecture, Ecology, Historic Preservation or Environmental Ethics..... $2 million
To name and endow a Professorship..... $250,000
To name and endow a Graduate Reserach Fellowship..... $250,000

More information on the College’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, 609 Caldwell Hall, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-1365

www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/ced

School of Public and International Affairs

The newly inaugurated School of Public and International Affairs, founded in 2001, specializes in education and research for citizenship, and prepares its graduates for lives of public service in local, state, national and international settings. It is home to one of UGA’s highest-ranked academic programs, the master of public administration, ranked No. 3 nationally by U.S. News & World Report. Every undergraduate must take the school’s American government course, and the school’s internationally respected Center for International Trade and Security focuses on the threat of weapons of mass destruction. The school is also the home of the department of international affairs, the department of political science and the department of public administration and policy.

A sampling of SPIA’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

To name and endow the School of Public and International Affairs..... $20 million
To name and endow a Research Center or Institute..... $5 million
To name and endow a Distinguished Chair or the Dean’s Chair..... $2 million
To name and endow a Distiguished Graduate Fellowship..... $250,000
To name and endow a Study Abroad Scholarship Fund..... $25,000

More information on the School’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, 217 Candler Hall, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-9661
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/spia

College of Public Health

The College of Public Health is UGA’s newest college, beginning operation in 2005. Georgia ranks among states with the highest per capita incidence of premature death, infant mortality, and maternal mortality in childbirth, infectious and zoonotic diseases, heart disease, cancer, substance abuse, obesity and diabetes. The college was established to provide a public health program within the University System of Georgia to educate professionals to address public health issues within the state and region and conduct public health research and outreach. It is home to three academic departments: the Department of Health Promotion and Behavior, the Department of Environmental Health Science, and the Department of Health Administration, Biostatistics and Epidemiology.

A sampling of Public Health’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

To name and endow the College of Public Health..... $25 million
To name and endow a Distinguished Chair..... $2 million
To name and endow a Chair..... $1 million
To name and endow a Professorship..... $250,000
To name and endow a Graduate Research Fellowship..... $250,000

More information on the College’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Dean’s Office, Environmental Health Science Building, Room 204, Athens, GA 30602
(706) 542-0939
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/publichealth

Athletics

UGA, a longtime leader in NCAA intercollegiate athletics, has celebrated nine of its overall 19 NCAA championships since 1999. UGA finished among the nation’s top 15 schools in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Director’s Cup for each of the past five years. During the 1990s, UGA ranked first in the SEC, third in Division I and fifth in the nation for the number of Academic All-Americans in all sports, with 40 athletes selected for the honor. The $7 million Rankin M. Smith Student-Athlete Academic Center, which opened in 2002, is devoted specifically to the academic support of student athletes.

A sampling of the Athletic Association’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Athletic Scholarship Endowment Program..... $10 million
Athletic General Endowment Fund..... $50 million

More information on the Athletic Association’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, P.O. Box 1472, Athens, GA 30603 (706) 542-9220
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/athletics

Georgia Museum of Art

More than 100,000 visitors pour through the Georgia Museum of Art each year to tour a facility that contains more than 8,000 works of art in the permanent collection and has more than 2,000 works on long-term loan. It was founded in 1945 when Albert Heber Holbrook, a retired New York lawyer, chose the University of Georgia as the site for a museum in memory of his late wife. Upon its opening in 1948, the museum became an important cultural addition to the community, and in 1982 it was designated the official state museum of art. The museum’s dual mission is to use its collections and scholarly resources to educate, enlighten and entertain audiences that may lack visual arts training, while maintaining its commitment to university audiences.

A sampling of the Georgia Museum of Art’s recognition opportunities (full listing at web site below):
Phase II Construction..... $20 million
Sculpture Gardens..... $1 million
Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Endowment..... $5 million
Endowed Curator Positions..... $1 million
Acquisitions Endowment..... $5 million

More information on the Georgia Museum of Art’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, Georgia Museum of Art, 90 Carlton Street, Athens, GA 30602
(706) 542-4662
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/gmoa

Honors Program

During the 2002-03 academic year, students enrolled in UGA’s Honors Program won Rhodes, Marshall, Truman and Goldwater scholarships, an accomplishment equaled only by students at Harvard, Brown and Yale Universities. For each of the past five consecutive years, the Honors Program at UGA admitted a more qualified class than the previous year. The 2003 first-year Honors Program class had an average SAT of 1438 and GPA of 4.05. The Honors Program strives to recruit the best students, provide them with excellent classroom and extracurricular activities, and produce graduates equipped to assume leadership roles.

A sampling of the Honors Program’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Student Scholarships..... $6 million
International Study Grants ($125,000 each)..... $2 million
Internship Grants ($50,000 each)..... $1 million
Undergraduate Research Grants ($50,000 each)..... $1 million
Moore College Classrooms..... $100,000

More information on the Honors Program’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, 115 Moore College, Athens, GA 30602, (706) 583-0698
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/honors

Lamar Dodd School of Art

The Lamar Dodd School of Art is one of the largest university art programs in the country with more than 1,000 art majors. The school also has a year-round study-abroad program in Cortona, Italy, and more recently the school has expanded international opportunities for study in art to include programs in Japan, Cuba and Ghana. The master of fine arts studio program was ranked No. 21 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” The school educates artists, teachers and scholars, and contributes to the visual culture through the creation of art and scholarly knowledge as well as introducing these disciplines to students throughout the university.

A sampling of the Lamar Dodd School of Art’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Endowed Chair in Art..... $1 million
Distinguished Professorship in Art..... $500,000
Professorship in Art..... $250,000
New Art School Building Main Gallery..... $1 million
New Art School Building Outdoor Plaza..... $1 million

More information on the Lamar Dodd School of Art’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Athens, GA 30602, (706) 542-0068
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/art

State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Formed in 1968, the State Botanical Garden of Georgia is located about three miles from campus and includes 313 acres of natural habitats, plant communities typical of piedmont Georgia, five miles of nature trails and a mile of river frontage along the Middle Oconee River. More than 100,000 people annually visit the State Botanical Garden, which also houses many rare, threatened and endangered plants, as well as numerous exotic plants from around the world, all on display in theme gardens, special collections and the conservatory. University students in disciplines including horticulture, botany, ecology and landscape architecture use the Botanical Garden for field trips, directed studies and graduate and undergraduate research.

A sampling of the State Botanical Garden’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Flower Garden..... $2 million
Expansion and Improvement of Visitor Center..... $4.2 million
Greenhouse, Maintenance and Service Facility..... $2.5 million
Children’s Garden..... $2 million

More information on the State Botanical Garden’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-6150
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/botgarden

Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs enhances the learning environment for students at the University of Georgia through out-of-class experiences that assist in the development of knowledge and skills that are consistent with the educational goals of the university. The division includes Greek Life, Judicial Programs, the Student Leadership Center, Multicultural Services and Programs, the Disability Resource Center, Recreational Sports, Student Activities, Financial Aid, the University Health Center, Housing and University Testing. Each plans and implements educational programs that are essential to student retention, promote a diverse educational community, help achieve educational goals and are vital to the cultural, social, moral, intellectual and physical development of students.

A sampling of the Student Affairs’ recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Student Leadership Center..... $5 million
East Campus Village Opportunities..... please inquire
Tate Student Center Expansion..... please inquire
Outdoor Recreation Complex..... please inquire
Named Scholarship Endowments..... $25,000

More information on the Student Affairs’ needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, 201 Holmes/Hunter Academic Bldg., Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-8269
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/studentaffairs

University Libraries

The UGA library is the largest library in the state and consistently ranks in the top third of the Association of Research Libraries. The UGA libraries, containing nearly four million volumes, supports campus-wide research and study. The library houses one of the largest map collections in the U.S. and the Hargrett Library has thousands of collections that document the history of the state and region, including extensive collections of colonial and Confederate materials and the original constitution of the Confederate States of America. The Russell Library for Political Research and Study is the only repository in Georgia dedicated solely to the support of scholarly research in modern political history. UGA boasts the third largest media archive in the country, behind only UCLA and the Library of Congress.

A sampling of the University Libraries’ recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

Electronic Teaching Library..... $6 million
Special Collections Facility..... $12 million
Endowment to Support Special Collections..... $10 million
Preservation and Conservation of Special Collections..... $5 million
Fine Arts Library..... $2 million

More information on the University Libraries’ needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, University Libraries, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-0628
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/libraries

Office of International Affairs/International Education

The UGA Office of International Affairs/International Education is dedicated to promoting international understanding through study abroad, research, curriculum development, and the exchange of international students, scholars and faculty. By the year 2010, OIA/OIE expects that 25 percent of the graduating class will take part in the study-abroad experience. UGA is currently ranked No. 8 in the country for the number of students studying abroad (1,401 or 17 percent) and offers more than 100 study-abroad and exchange programs in 42 countries. UGA is also the academic home to more than 1,200 international students and scholars. In addition, UGA is one of the few public institutions to boast three overseas residential sites: Oxford, England; Ecolodge San Luis and Research Station, Costa Rica; and Cortona, Italy.

A sampling of the OIA/OIE’s recognition opportunities (full listing at web site below):

Oxford (full funding and renovations)...... $3.5 million
Costa Rica (full funding and renovations)..... $2 million
20 scholarships at $25,000 each..... $500,000

More information on the OIA/OIE’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, OIA/OIE, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-0010
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/oiaoie

University of Georgia Press

Founded in 1938, the University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest publishing house in the state of Georgia and one of the largest publishing houses in the South. The press publishes 70-80 titles each year, in a range of academic disciplines as well as books of interest to the general reader, and has nearly 900 titles in print. The mission of the University of Georgia Press is to support and enhance the university’s place as a major research institution by publishing outstanding works of scholarship and literature by scholars and writers throughout the world as well as the university’s own faculty. Winner of more than 100 national and regional book design awards over the past 20 years, the press is the leading publisher of books on Georgia’s history and culture and is firmly committed to documenting the state’s rich and diverse history.

A sampling of the UGA Press’s recognition opportunities (full listing at Web site below):

General Press Endowment..... $5 million
Series Funds..... $100,000 per fund
Book Supporters Fund..... $2,500-$35,000 per fund

More information on the UGA Press’s needs and campaign goals is available from:
Director of Development, University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA 30602 (706) 369-6130
www.archwaytoexcellence.uga.edu/units/ugapress

To make your gift to the Archway to Excellence Campaign, please contact:

Michael F. Adams
President
presuga@uga.edu

Arnett C. Mace
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
and Provost
amace@uga.edu

Henry M. Huckaby
Senior Vice President for Finance
and Administration
huckaby@uga.edu

Steve W. Wrigley
Senior Vice President for External Affairs
swrigley@uga.edu

Office of Development
394 South Milledge Avenue, Suite 100
Athens, Georgia 30602-5582
(706) 542-8176 Toll-free (888) 268-5442 Fax (706) 542-8252
www.uga.edu/externalaffairs/development

Robert S. Hawkins
Associate Vice President

Greg Daniels
Senior Director of Principal and Major Gifts

Keith Oelke
Executive Director of Gift and estate Planning and
Interim Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations

Tammy Gilland
Senior Director of Constituent-Based Development

David Jones
Director of Annual and Special Giving



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