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Preservation plan to guide UGA on structures’ fates

Preservation plan to guide UGA on structures’ fates

October 19, 2014

The goal is to provide policies and procedures for the stewardship of all university property. Read More

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Real World

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Three UGA students turned a little girl’s wish into a class project and then made it real.

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Above and beyond

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The Institute for Leadership Advancement (ILA) in the Terry College of Business was established to develop a new class of business and community leaders. For the founders, “new” meant more than the creation of a replacement pool for today’s leadership.

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Lending a legal hand - across the globe

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Currently, there are thousands of people around the globe who are “stateless.”

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Drought plots against Georgia farmers

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The cotton seedling tried its hardest to survive, but ultimately failed.

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Redefining study abroad

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UGA’s campus in Costa Rica hosted a group of 97 Costa Rican high school students for the Fit4Earth: Ninth Grade Biodiversity Challenge.

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Global greening

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The ultimate test of man’s conscience may be his willingness to sacrifice something today for future generations whose words of thanks will not be heard. - Gaylord Nelson, former governor of Wisconsin, founder of Earth Day

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Freeman on freedom

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JoyEllen Freeman, a sophomore in UGA’s Honors Program, is one of 40 college students selected to participate in the 2011 Student Freedom Ride, a civil rights history bus tour sponsored by PBS’s American Experience history series.

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Planning for disaster

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For the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, geographic information systems (GIS) aren’t just for the technology-minded—they’re critical to helping the state plan for its next disaster.

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Every drop counts

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A new University of Georgia Cooperative Extension program launched this year challenges Georgians to save 40 gallons of water per day.