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With the increasing use of “clicker” technology in the classroom, the university has selected one system to support.

The Civil Rights Digital Library is the most ambitious and comprehensive initiative to date to deliver educational content on the Civil Rights Movement via the Web.

When Abby Hardgrove began the child and family development graduate program in UGA’s College of Family and Consumer Sciences, she wasn’t sure what direction her research might take.

Donny Hathaway, an American soul singer and composer of extraordinary talents apparent suicide at age 33 in 1979 left fans, friends and fellow artists wondering just what happened.

Student interns in UGA’s Washington Semester Program get hands-on training in the nation’s capital and a firsthand look at life in Washington D.C.

Through UGA’s Honors Faculty Mentor Network, first-year Honors students have the guidance and support of faculty mentors who help nurture their academic interests and career aspirations.

The UGA graduate student is in Sierra Leone during the dry season, from October to May setting up cameras on Tiwai Island as part of April Conway’s efforts to find out where the pygmy hippos are and determine an accurate…

iTunes U, a free service from Apple, now allows users to download podcasts directly to their iPods or computers.

When Alice Richards’ family decided to give $1 million to the State Botanical Garden at the University of Georgia to create a children’s garden, they didn’t know they were helping fulfill a dream she had harbored for almost two decades.

The Certified Public Accountants licensing examination’s difficulty is so renowned that the long-running joke among accountants is that CPA exam centers serve as their profession’s unofficial reunion place.

Every little advantage helps as new graduates venture into the uncertain world of employment, especially given the current economy.

Seeing University of Georgia students jump-starting a day with a cup of coffee isn’t unusual. However, a professor requiring them to do so is.

In a classroom on the basement level of the Journalism Building, three students are grouped around a laptop, designing a video game about Tyson Chicken.