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UGA reimagines graduate school education

UGA reimagines graduate school education

September 28, 2014

The Integrated Life Sciences program gives graduate students an opportunity to explore their options before selecting their research focus. Read More

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Students establish pet food bank

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Veterinary students help those who struggle to care for their pets feed them and cut down on the number of pets going into shelters.

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Students put principles into practice

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Campus Kitchen project uses surplus food to provide meals for those in need.

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UGA Press celebrates Press Week

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Special event will highlight the contributions university presses make to culture and an informed society.

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Spotlight on the arts at UGA

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More than 50 events spotlighting the performing, visual and literary arts at UGA will take place across campus Nov. 3-11.  A complete schedule can be found at arts.uga.edu.

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African Studies celebrates 25 years

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UGA will mark the 25th anniversary of its African Studies Institute with events starting Nov. 1, including an international conference, theatre performances, film screenings, lectures and more.

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WUGA-FM signed on 25 years ago

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Robb Holmes, a longtime voice of WUGA-FM, shares the station’s 25-year history.

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Rising up to the challenge

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Working hand-in-hand with the local community, UGA and Georgia Sea Grant are helping Tybee Island residents prepare for potentially rising seas. 

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SPIA reaches 10-year milestone

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UGA’s School of Public and International Affairs, one of the top-ranked public affairs graduate schools in the nation, turns 10 this month.

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Laying the groundwork

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Two College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences laboratory officials have not only built a soil testing lab for Haitian farmers, but they’ve traveled to the island to help train the people to operate the equipment—allowing them to improve crop and food supplies.