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Sustainability works its way into curriculum

Sustainability works its way into curriculum

April 20, 2014

An Office of Sustainability initiative is prompting faculty to incorporate environmental issues into their courses. Read More

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Vets for Pets and People

Vets for Pets and People

Compete in a Global Economy

A student-led and faculty-supported volunteer outreach project from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine was recently recognized for its efforts to heighten awareness…

Center for Simulational Physics celebrates 25th anniversary

Center for Simulational Physics celebrates 25th anniversary

Maximizing Research Opportunities

David Landau remembers when the use of computer power in physics was a novelty—something promising, perhaps…

Money does grow on trees

Money does grow on trees

Compete in a Global Economy

A University of Georgia researcher has found that Georgia’s forestlands provide essential ecosystem services to the state worth an estimated $37 billion annually.

Forecast for ag products favorable

Forecast for ag products favorable

Compete in a Global Economy

Georgia farmers are staring at record prices this year for the crops they grow. But high crop prices aren’t good for everyone…

Migration limits spread of pathogens

Migration limits spread of pathogens

Maximizing Research Opportunities

It’s a common assumption that animal migration, like human travel across the globe, can transport pathogens long distances, in some cases increasing disease risks to humans.

Take your vitamins… or not?

Take your vitamins… or not?

Maximizing Research Opportunities

A recent University of Georgia study indicates that a common vitamin used to treat breast cancer patients might actually be harmful.