A UGA center takes on a public health problem that includes more than a dozen diseases of poverty.
Deaf lecturer Christopher Patterson’s sign language classes go beyond learning the letters.
UGA researchers find many older Georgians not adhering to their medication routine and opting for groceries instead.
Smaller classes, relaxed atmosphere and an increasing number of course options—including online—make summer school at UGA viable and attractive.
College of Family and Consumer Sciences brings resources together to produce wool socks locally for military personnel in Afghanistan.
New initiative encourages entrepreneurship across campus and promotes economic development.
UGA researchers are looking at how a loved one’s death affects the health of family members.
The College of Environment and Design’s Material Reuse Program takes a sustainable approach to construction debris.
UGA professor uses grant to teach students how to innovatively use technology in a work environment.
Canine virus vaccine might hold key to major medical breakthroughs.