UGA plays a key role in economic development in Georgia.
Over the past 100 years, the UGA Graduate School helped thousands of students achieve graduate degrees across a wide variety of disciplines
A new public health news bureau, staffed by University of Georgia graduate students, will soon give voice to people and health-related issues often overlooked in the state.
Graduate students from the UGA Master of Public Administration program are learning the hands-on realities of managing local governments this semester in a unique course.
Undergraduate research opportunities on campus are being expanded through a partnership between the Honors Program’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities and the Faculty of Engineering.
Prospective University of Georgia students can now access admissions information and other features on their Apple iPhone or iPod Touch.
A student picks up her pen, looks at the teacher, waits for a minute and presses a button on her table.
The University of Georgia will celebrate the 225th anniversary of its founding with a two-day symposium April 22-23.
Freshman FAC(T)S is sponsored by the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, which offers majors such as family financial planning, consumer economics, fashion merchandising, furnishings and interiors, consumer foods, and child and family development.
A team of public relations students created a hyper-local, grassroots campaign to promote the 2010 U.S. Census in the Athens area.
In the last year alone, about 225 oak trees have been planted.
Forty aspiring physicians began their education in Athens Aug. 9 as the inaugural class of the Medical College of Georgia/University of Georgia Medical Partnership.
When Dana Dillard, MSW ’01, signed up for a course called Social Work with Burn Survivors at the end of her first year in graduate school, she had no idea that she would become an integral part of a summer…
On this day in March, 30 students from UGA’s College of Education are at Judia Jackson Harris Elementary School in Athens teaching science to second-grade students.
New College, one of the oldest buildings on the UGA campus, has undergone extensive renovations that have brought the exterior back to its 1875 appearance while creating modern classroom space inside.
Juniors entering the Terry College in fall 2010 have discovered they have a lot more in common with each other, thanks to a newly adopted undergraduate curriculum called “Foundations First.”
Taking 10 minutes this month to fill out the U.S. Census form means strengthening your community, said UGA demographer Douglas Bachtel.