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Farm tour is showcase for UGA’s support for agriculture

Farm tour is showcase for UGA’s support for agriculture

September 3, 2015

Officials get firsthand look at partnership between UGA and ag industry. Read More

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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.

Healthy choices

Healthy choices

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Wellness is based on making healthy choices, according to clinical assistant professor Chris Cook.

Smart art

Smart art

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During the summer of 1970, John D. (Jack) Kehoe, a sculptor and University of Georgia professor of art, took a small group of UGA students to Cortona, Italy, for art classes. 

Teaching that teems with life

Teaching that teems with life

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UGA professor James “Jim” Porter has never put teaching second, despite a busy research schedule. The Institute of Ecology professor has consistently gotten rave reviews from students lucky enough to get into one of his courses.

Smitten not Bitten

Smitten not Bitten

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Wasp wrangling may sound like risky business, especially for children. But it’s actually quite safe, according to UGA entomologist Robert Matthews, as long as the critters are WOWBugs™ — wasps so tiny that their stingers can’t penetrate human skin.