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Clubhouse puts educational theory into practice

Clubhouse puts educational theory into practice

October 26, 2014

An after-school program serves local children as well as College of Education students. Read More

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New campus provides perfect remedy

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The Health Sciences Campus in Athens has become a hot spot for students.

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Researchers make fuel production breakthrough

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UGA team finds a way to economically break down biomass into biofuel.

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Walk Georgia fighting obesity a step at a time

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Free, Web-based program has reached 50,000-plus Georgians, plans to reach 100,000 by 2016.

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Russell Awards honor early career teachers

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Three faculty members are recognized for their impact on students and on the university as a whole.

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UGA at forefront in public health

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Through numerous research and public service activities, the university is making an impact on the health of Georgians and the world.

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Researchers making inroads in cancer fight

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UGA faculty members are working on multiple fronts in the battle, from prevention to communication.

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Online courses offer students alternatives

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Summer online enrollment increases by nearly a third in just one year; new degree programs are in development

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Students reach into Hispanic community

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A service-learning Spanish course is a win-win situation for the UGA students and Athens-Clarke County.

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COE exploring new ways to teach STEM

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The College of Education’s partnership with a robotics firm will bring some high-tech teaching tools into area classrooms.