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Classroom project opens eyes to real world

Classroom project opens eyes to real world

Experiential learning enables UGA students to create e-book about millennials in public relations.

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UGA coming to the rescue of hemlocks

UGA coming to the rescue of hemlocks

Warnell School researchers are trying to save hemlock trees from a deadly insect pest.

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UGA dedicates learning facility in Washington

UGA dedicates learning facility in Washington

Delta Hall on Capitol Hill is the new home for UGA students interning and studying in the nation’s capital.

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Amazing Student

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Elizabeth Howard

Elizabeth Howard, a senior majoring in public relations, says “UGA offers more opportunities than a single student can take advantage of in four years,” but she has taken advantage of her opportunities and will be working in her “dream job” after graduation.

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Andrew Owsiak

Andrew Owsiak, an assistant professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, walks students through the scientific process to help them reach a deeper understanding of how to make sense of political events.

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Ginny Ingels

As an undergraduate student at Presbyterian College, Ginny Ingels spent a summer in Haiti working in health promotion at a rural hospital. That experience, coupled with a lifelong passion for health, made her transition to director of development for the College of Public Health all the more easy. 

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Professor to discuss “Empowered Girls”


Nancy Lesko of Columbia University will give a lecture on “The Promises of Empowered Girls” March 5 at 3 p.m. in the M. Smith Griffith Auditorium at the Georgia Museum of Art. Lesko’s talk looks at “girl power” and its circulation in many international NGOs and programs. Lesko’s “history of the present” has been an important contribution to the critical understanding of contemporary social policy and research about adolescence, gender and sexuality.

Diamond Dogs to host series with Longwood


The Georgia baseball team will play a three-game series against Longwood University at Foley Field. The games will be on March 6 at 5 p.m., March 7 at 2 p.m. and March 8 at 1 p.m. Tickets are $5 to $8.


Celtic fiddlers to take Hodgson Hall stage
The Performing Arts Center will present Celtic fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy March 5 at 8 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall. The husband and wife duo will be joined by other members of their musical family for a new show entitled "Visions from Cape Breton and Beyond."

Today's events

11:00 am
UGA Health Professions Fair
Tate Student Center
2:00 pm
Blood Drive
Tate Student Center
3:00 pm
“The Promises of Empowered Girls”
Georgia Museum of Art
4:30 pm
Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
5:00 pm
Guest Lecture: Martin Hogue
Jackson Street Building
5:30 pm
Gallery Talk: Alice Fischer
Georgia Museum of Art
6:00 pm
Make It An Evening
Georgia Museum of Art
7:00 pm
Academic Honesty Awareness Week Debate
Phi Kappa Hall
8:00 pm
Concert: Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy
Performing Arts Center
8:00 pm
Full Moon Hike
State Botanical Garden of Georgia
8:00 pm
Film: “Amelie”
Tate Student Center