UGA students build bridges with visits to Athens-area high schools.
More than 50 events spotlighting the performing, visual and literary arts at UGA will take place across campus Nov. 3-11. A complete schedule can be found at arts.uga.edu.
Juan Meng, a Grady College assistant professor, looks at how consumers make decisions about cosmeceuticals to ease those lines and wrinkles.
UGA Tuba Euphonium Studio musicians who play low brass recently captured top international awards for their skills and talent.
UGA will mark the 25th anniversary of its African Studies Institute with events starting Nov. 1, including an international conference, theatre performances, film screenings, lectures and more.
“My experiences in Costa Rica will allow me to teach and observe with more of an ethnographic perspective,” says senior Chandler Fortson.
Robb Holmes, a longtime voice of WUGA-FM, shares the station’s 25-year history.
Jack Huang, a researcher from UGA’s Griffin campus, has received funding from the Department of Defense to test the effectiveness of removing toxic chemicals from the environment.
University Theatre, one of the oldest theatre programs in the country, has brought live performances to UGA stages for eight decades. This season’s performances are a testament to the theatre’s vitality and tradition.
Working hand-in-hand with the local community, UGA and Georgia Sea Grant are helping Tybee Island residents prepare for potentially rising seas.
Students from UGA’s Honors Interdisciplinary Field Program have trekked enough miles to circle the earth 12 times since the program was founded 25 years ago.
UGA’s School of Public and International Affairs, one of the top-ranked public affairs graduate schools in the nation, turns 10 this month.
How do student artists respond to works of art in a museum setting, and how can they share their ideas and creations using social media? UGA art student and museum docent Megan Watkins embarked on a research journey to find…
A collaboration of arts and sciences is taking on a visual life of its own at UGA, with the unveiling of a new mural “Seascape.”
Two College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences laboratory officials have not only built a soil testing lab for Haitian farmers, but they’ve traveled to the island to help train the people to operate the equipment—allowing them to improve crop and…
A public relations class from the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication has crafted a plan to share the wealth of artistic opportunities on campus with their fellow classmates.
A UGA researcher finds that a $1 tax increase on cigarettes would enhance personal health and increase state tax revenue.