Clarke County high school students are benefiting from two UGA career programs.
An exhibition of Catherine the Great’s art collection goes beyond the display of objects to explain the life of an empress.
A College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences fellowship program places students directly into the legislative hot seat.
UGA class uses an interviewing technique to document how residents adapt to changes in a public housing complex.
Doctors are testing light sensors to use along with exercise to ease pain for millions who suffer from the disease.
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon helps UGA students prepare and deliver meals as part of AARP’s Drive to End Hunger.
Eugene P. Odum, “the father of modern ecology,” blazed trails in his holistic approach to the field of study.
By using nanoparticles, UGA researchers are working to build the foundation for a new cancer vaccine.
UGA students give grade-schoolers a creative classroom lesson about important people from the past.
A NASA internship program provides data for students to explore public health and environmental issues.
A Public Service and Outreach Fellow is making people think about the environment in different ways.
Studies look at how controlling inflammation could provide protection from weight gain and obesity complications.
Tour around the state is intended to let Georgians know: UGA is here for you.
Georgia 4-H program is making a difference in the lives of U.S. military children.
UGA researchers are using plants to generate electrical currents.
For a century, UGA has pioneered teaching and research breakthroughs in the poultry industry.
UGA’s “culture of service” opens doors for high school students through the Young Dawgs internship program.