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Sea turtle fingerprinting making waves

Sea turtle fingerprinting making waves

June 29, 2015

UGA’s genetic fingerprinting research project is featured in world report. Read More

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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.”

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UGA enters new era under Jere W. Morehead

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The university’s 22nd president takes the reins with a sharp focus on improving the educational experience for UGA’s students.

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UGA engineers a new path to fulfill needs

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The College of Engineering is making UGA more competitive in academia and the business world.

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Students build empires to learn foreign policy

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Innovative course uses video game to teach students about global politics.

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Course delves into healing powers of gardens

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Landscape professor teaches students about designing gardens with health care in mind.

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Students learn obesity reality in virtual world

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UGA professors use computer simulations to make obesity lessons come alive in the classroom.