New Distinguished Research Professor Peggy Ozias-Akins’ work could have enormous impact on agriculture.
Not only did the 54th annual Southern Forestry Conclave come back to its roots – the University of Georgia – but the UGA Forestry Club took some top honors in the 2011 competition.
For the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, geographic information systems (GIS) aren’t just for the technology-minded—they’re critical to helping the state plan for its next disaster.
UGA students are getting their hands dirty at the UGArden on South Milledge Avenue… They’re picking okra off 7-foot-tall plants, harvesting the last of the summer crop of tomatoes, raking a patch for a new herb garden and tilling the…
A new University of Georgia Cooperative Extension program launched this year challenges Georgians to save 40 gallons of water per day.
More than 70 new tenured and tenure-track faculty have arrived at the university this semester, with more on the way. While many are filling vacant positions, the numbers are nonetheless significant, said Provost Jere Morehead.
Agriculture in Georgia has long been dependant on such things as peaches and peanuts, but in the past decade more and more North Georgia farmland is being used to grow grapes.
Teaching can be hard, but a new collection of teaching tips written by UGA faculty members is helping make the job easier—and more fulfilling.
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will reopen its doors with five new special exhibitions and a weeklong celebration.
When viewers tune into Jeopardy! this week (Feb. 14 – 16), they’ll witness the first-ever man vs. machine challenge on one of America’s favorite quiz show.