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Museum program gets a thumbs-up in nation’s capital

Museum program gets a thumbs-up in nation’s capital

July 27, 2014

The Georgia Museum of Art’s Art Adventures program brings hundreds of schoolchildren into the galleries. Read More

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UGA puts emphasis on state’s economy

Compete in a Global Economy

The university’s Office of Economic Development works closely with business and industry throughout Georgia.

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Vinson spreads knowledge to governments

Building the New Learning Environment (Learn)

UGA’s Public Service and Outreach unit is expanding its economic development programming.

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UGA research makes its way into marketplace

Maximizing Research Opportunities

UGA’s Technology Commercialization Office moves research projects—from peanuts to software—into the marketplace.

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Professors take innovative approach to tough subject

Building the New Learning Environment (Learn)

The SCALE-UP teaching method brings a small-class feeling to larger-sized classrooms.

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Peanut program helping to ‘Feed the Future’

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UGA is leading initiative to help impoverished countries improve their agricultural practices.

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Ecologists link climate change, disease spread

Maximizing Research Opportunities

Researchers hope their work will help to predict outbreaks and control diseases as the global climate warms.

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Advisers provide guided path to higher education

Compete in a Global Economy

A $1 million grant allows the Georgia College Advising Corps to expand its services for disadvantaged high school students.

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Program enriches knowledge of global affairs

Building the New Learning Environment (Learn)

A UGA study abroad group in China gets a behind-the-scenes education about food safety and international trade.

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Loggerhead ‘fingerprinting’ gets $1.3M grant

Maximizing Research Opportunities

UGA researchers receive NOAA approval to continue a program that tracks threatened sea turtles.