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All work and no play? Not the ideal situation

All work and no play? Not the ideal situation

November 16, 2014

UGA study examines the psychology of workaholism. Read More

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Curator takes teaching beyond the classroom

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GMOA’s curator of education gives students hands-on experience to understand and apply course content.

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Students get close to bees, bugs and spiders

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The First-Year Odyssey program introduces students to academic life at UGA. 

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Program employs team approach for online courses

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UGA faculty members are putting a focus on quality as they develop online learning offerings.

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Ag Fellows learn inner workings of Congress

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A College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences fellowship program places students directly into the legislative hot seat.

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Odum School celebrates centennial of its namesake

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Eugene P. Odum, “the father of modern ecology,” blazed trails in his holistic approach to the field of study.

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NASA helps students DEVELOP research projects

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A NASA internship program provides data for students to explore public health and environmental issues.

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New faculty getting insider’s view of Georgia

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Tour around the state is intended to let Georgians know: UGA is here for you.

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UGA’s poultry science program hits milestone

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For a century, UGA has pioneered teaching and research breakthroughs in the poultry industry.

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Book lover’s legacy benefits libraries

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Sidney Samuel Thomas, a quiet, penny-pinching librarian, “loved books and the University of Georgia and did something about it.”