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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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Recognizing the “hundred-percenters”

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Students and alumni from the School of Social Work’s Child Welfare Education Program were honored for their efforts in a recent federal review…

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Investing in health economically sound

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“Health is a depreciating asset,” in the words of Sara Holland, speaking the prosaic language of corporate finance.

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Vets for Pets and People

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A student-led and faculty-supported volunteer outreach project from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine was recently recognized for its efforts to heighten awareness…

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Money does grow on trees

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A University of Georgia researcher has found that Georgia’s forestlands provide essential ecosystem services to the state worth an estimated $37 billion annually.

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Forecast for ag products favorable

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Georgia farmers are staring at record prices this year for the crops they grow. But high crop prices aren’t good for everyone…

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Weather radio, survival kit recommended year-round

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Many Georgian were surprised to start their new year with a major winter storm. But bad weather can strike the state at any time.

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Serving Georgians: UGA Recognized by Carnegie Foundation

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The University of Georgia has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for its institutional commitment to community engagement…

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Global text project

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The Global Text Project is an ambitious effort spearheaded by a University of Georgia professor to create 1,000 free online textbooks…

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Fraser Fir May Soon Be a Georgia Gift

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When it comes to Christmas trees, Fraser firs top the list. But Georgia Christmas tree farmers can’t grow the tree due to the state’s mild winters and must buy Frasers from North Carolina to sell to their Georgia customers.