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Mean boys, not mean girls, rule at school

Mean boys, not mean girls, rule at school

December 14, 2014

A UGA study turns the tables on the common belief that girls are more relationally aggressive in school. Read More

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Advisers provide guided path to higher education

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

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UGA, Clarke schools team up for ‘Experience’

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Experience UGA aims to expose every Clarke County school student to the college environment.

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Extension project connects gardens, classrooms

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The UGA Extension Garden Resource Center provides teachers with Georgia Performance Standards lesson plans. 

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4-H program serves its 1 millionth student

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The Georgia 4-H Environmental Education Program has provided hands-on learning in a natural environment since 1979.

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UGA to have investiture for new president

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During the ceremony, Jere W. Morehead will be vested with the garments and ornaments signifying the authority of the office.

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UGA is shining a Spotlight on the Arts

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More than 60 events will highlight the wide variety of arts-related productions on campus.

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Professor turns service mission into housing history

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UGA class uses an interviewing technique to document how residents adapt to changes in a public housing complex.

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Racing champion lends helping hand to Campus Kitchen

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NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon helps UGA students prepare and deliver meals as part of AARP’s Drive to End Hunger.

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‘Time travelers’ bring historical figures to life

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UGA students give grade-schoolers a creative classroom lesson about important people from the past.