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Classroom setup puts new twist on teaching methods

Classroom setup puts new twist on teaching methods

August 31, 2014

SCALE-UP classroom creates a ‘much more realistic’ active learning environment for students and teacher alike. Read More

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Climbing Capitol Hill

Climbing Capitol Hill

Building the New Learning Environment (Learn)

University of Georgia students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in U.S. politics and public policy making through a new Washington Semester Program beginning in spring 2008.

You gotta have art

You gotta have art

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Welcome to the new Lamar Dodd School of Art, which has leapt from a parking lot on UGA’s East Campus into being after less than a year of day and night construction. It has a long way to go yet—mounds of red clay and swales of sticky mud surround the site, and a visitor can only imagine…

Issues facing women and girls in Georgia

Issues facing women and girls in Georgia

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The Institute for Women’s Studies at the University of Georgia is known for producing influential and cutting-edge scholarship on women and gender.

Mars attacks!

Mars attacks!

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Radio play, which will be staged at the Classic Center in Athens before a live audience, brings back the days of radio drama, complete with sound effects and acting from a troupe of UGA theatre students.

Housing launches online roommate search

Housing launches online roommate search

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University Housing has launched the DAWG House, an online roommate search program for use by incoming first-year students.

Giving Back: Painter and Professor Radcliffe Bailey

Giving Back: Painter and Professor Radcliffe Bailey

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“There’s a certain time in your career when you have the desire to give back — to share what you may know,” says Radcliffe Bailey, an artist whose works adorn the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Chicago Art Institute, and the Smithsonian Institute, among many others.