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Doctoral students lean on experience to learn leadership

Doctoral students lean on experience to learn leadership

September 14, 2014

The students in the Institute of Higher Education’s executive Ed.D. program are learning from the top. Read More

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Young Dawgs get early taste of academic life

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UGA’s “culture of service” opens doors for high school students through the Young Dawgs internship program.

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