The entertainment industry now has a $9.5 billion impact on Georgia.
A UGA program increases the safety knowledge of young drivers and their parents.
UGA researchers find that gender disparities in grading students are a result of classroom behavior.
University preparing to launch new online courses for summer 2013 to help meet demand.
UGA service-learning students help middle school students tend their garden and learn about food production.
UGA researcher links improved consumer welfare to increased prescription drug advertising efforts.
Vincent van Gogh’s series of sunflower paintings depict a mutation whose genetic basis has, until now, been a bit of a mystery.
UGA College of Public Health researcher Mark Ebell finds that Tamiflu isn’t necessarily the wonder drug that many tout it to be.
“Extraordinary program” focuses on helping academically qualified students in need of financial support.
UGA’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program teaches busy families how to prepare quick, nutritious and affordable meals.