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UGA study finds ‘surprised losers’ are more skeptical

UGA study finds ‘surprised losers’ are more skeptical

August 24, 2014

When an election result surprises people, it tends to erode their trust in the government, and media play a role. Read More

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The Carter Presidency

The Carter Presidency

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Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, will participate in a conference on January 19-21, 2007, at the University of Georgia to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Carter’s inauguration as president.

Breathing easy

Breathing easy

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Trichloroethylene (TCE), an industrial solvent, is classified as an animal, and possibly a human, carcinogen.  Georgia is the eighth largest industrial producer of TCE.

Hands on animal science

Hands on animal science

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Brutus stood patiently as yet another student pulled on a glove up to her shoulder. The steer has gotten used to people sticking their hands through the tube in his side, reaching into his stomach and squeezing a handful of his lunch.

The grass is greener near greenspaces

The grass is greener near greenspaces

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A recent UGA study revealed that environmental protection equals additional property tax revenue—good news for local governments looking to preserve greenspace.

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors

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UGA’s Student Ambassadors Program is nurturing a new generation of Georgia leaders and preparing them to make significant contributions within the global community.

Thinking globally, acting locally

Thinking globally, acting locally

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Preparing students to be world citizens means providing opportunities for international experiences, but it also includes demonstrating the value of contributing to the local community.