UGA’s largest student-run philanthropy surpasses $1 million for second straight year.
UGA can take your simple brown bag lunch and make it much more appetizing, thanks to a variety of lunchtime learning opportunities being held throughout campus this fall.
The UGA Odum School of Ecology is part of a research team that has identified human sewage as the source of a deadly pathogen that causes white pox disease in Caribbean elkhorn coral, which is an endangered species.
Three UGA students turned a little girl’s wish into a class project and then made it real.
The first year at UGA is an exciting time to engage, experience and explore the opportunities available here. Welcome to the First-Year Odyssey Seminar program.
The Institute for Leadership Advancement (ILA) in the Terry College of Business was established to develop a new class of business and community leaders. For the founders, “new” meant more than the creation of a replacement pool for today’s leadership.…
UGA researchers have discovered a veritable medical gold mine. Nanoparticles of gold can help accurately detect influenza in a matter of minutes.
Currently, there are thousands of people around the globe who are “stateless.”
UGA students brandishing rubber guns and wearing bulletproof vests burst into the “Cheater’s Lounge.”
The cotton seedling tried its hardest to survive, but ultimately failed.
Since 2001, the Honors Program has offered opportunities to students to experience work in the real world, sometimes for the first time.
Millions of bees die each year due to a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder.
Had it been any other day, the professor and the 11-year-old may never have met.
UGA will confer degrees on approximately 5,200 undergraduate and graduate students at the spring Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 13
UGA’s campus in Costa Rica hosted a group of 97 Costa Rican high school students for the Fit4Earth: Ninth Grade Biodiversity Challenge.
When two African-American students integrated UGA a half a century ago, no one dreamed that one day a class would re-enact the event and its social context. That’s exactly what happened in Barbara McCaskill’s English and African American Studies 4880…
Early detection of cancer may eventually become as easy as taking a home pregnancy test, according to new UGA research.