Teaching writers how to elevate journalism to the level of literature.
Visitors to the Ancient Village at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Okla., have for more than 40 years been treated to life as it might have existed in a southeastern Cherokee village in the 16th century.
iTunes U, a free service from Apple, now allows users to download podcasts directly to their iPods or computers.
When Alice Richards’ family decided to give $1 million to the State Botanical Garden at the University of Georgia to create a children’s garden, they didn’t know they were helping fulfill a dream she had harbored for almost two decades.
The Certified Public Accountants licensing examination’s difficulty is so renowned that the long-running joke among accountants is that CPA exam centers serve as their profession’s unofficial reunion place.
Every little advantage helps as new graduates venture into the uncertain world of employment, especially given the current economy.
Seeing University of Georgia students jump-starting a day with a cup of coffee isn’t unusual. However, a professor requiring them to do so is.
What do digital literature, poetry pedagogy, postmodern jewelry and engineered art have in common?
In a classroom on the basement level of the Journalism Building, three students are grouped around a laptop, designing a video game about Tyson Chicken.
Walking with Mitch Gartenberg through the Ramsey Student Center is an affecting experience.