A UGA center takes on a public health problem that includes more than a dozen diseases of poverty.
The SCALE-UP teaching method brings a small-class feeling to larger-sized classrooms.
UGA is leading initiative to help impoverished countries improve their agricultural practices.
Researchers hope their work will help to predict outbreaks and control diseases as the global climate warms.
A $1 million grant allows the Georgia College Advising Corps to expand its services for disadvantaged high school students.
A UGA study abroad group in China gets a behind-the-scenes education about food safety and international trade.
UGA researchers receive NOAA approval to continue a program that tracks threatened sea turtles.