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Doctoral students lean on experience to learn leadership

Doctoral students lean on experience to learn leadership

September 14, 2014

The students in the Institute of Higher Education’s executive Ed.D. program are learning from the top. Read More

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Ecologists link climate change, disease spread

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

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Loggerhead ‘fingerprinting’ gets $1.3M grant

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

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Scientists tackle long-term oil spill effects

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The Skidaway Institute is investigating the repercussions of the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf.

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New drug has big implications in HIV battle

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A UGA researcher developed a new medicine that attacks HIV before it integrates with human DNA.

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Researchers ‘cluster’ around local music history

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The Athens Music Project aims to generate and collect research on diverse local “scenes.”

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CURO program gives students a jump on research

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More undergraduate students than ever are taking advantage of unique opportunities to conduct research.

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Art research reveals portrait of cultural identity

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An exhibition of Catherine the Great’s art collection goes beyond the display of objects to explain the life of an empress.

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Study could help bring relief for arterial disease

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Doctors are testing light sensors to use along with exercise to ease pain for millions who suffer from the disease.

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Scientists tweak immune cells to fight cancer

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By using nanoparticles, UGA researchers are working to build the foundation for a new cancer vaccine.