Feature Stories

Mr. President had a farm…

Students in UGA’s Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources visited Carter Farms, Inc., recently to learn about the stewardship and land management philosophy of former President Jimmy Carter and his forestry consultant, Blake Sullivan, who conducted the…

Becoming a bulldog

With just a few days remaining until the Feb. 1 deadline to apply for the freshman class that will enter in 2005, the Undergraduate Admissions Office is in high gear. 

Class Writes its Own Textbook

Rick Watson is director of the Center for Information Systems Leadership at UGA’s Terry College of Business. He has been teaching an XML computer programming course for several years.

A little do, re, mi

What’s more natural than singing? Many people may do it, but the finest singers are the ones who train for years with great teachers.

Spring Break: Security Leadership Washington Week

Fourteen University of Georgia students in the Security Leadership Program at the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) in the School of Public and International Affairs will travel to Washington D.C. over spring break to meet with national security…

Ain’t nothing like the real thing

Broadcast News majors in UGA’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications spend one semester during their last year on campus putting their studies into practice as the editorial staff of Athens’ only locally produced television newscast, NewSource 15.

Honoring a legend

Just about everyone on campus knows about the building with bones in the lobby. The bones are from a prehistoric giant North American ground sloth; the building is the Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center, named for George Hugh Boyd.

UGA Dominates Southeastern Conclave Competition

The UGA student chapter of The Wildlife Society, made up of students in the Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, dominated at the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave last month at the University of Florida. The team took 1st…

Sea dreams

Catherine Teare-Ketter’s eyes simply sparkle as she describes what her students experience during her summer course in marine biology offered to undergraduates at the University of Georgia.