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Classroom setup puts new twist on teaching methods

Classroom setup puts new twist on teaching methods

August 31, 2014

SCALE-UP classroom creates a ‘much more realistic’ active learning environment for students and teacher alike. Read More

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The invisible war

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Twenty years after the 36-year long civil conflict in Guatemala, a UGA-led research team found many Guatemalan refugees in Mexico still suffering.

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Thirty years of helping small business

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After yet another meal slid across her bamboo tray and spilled, Ashley Hatcher had an idea for a new invention — spill-proof trays.

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Speed the plow

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An orange sun peers over the trees as green crops shimmer with morning dew. In the distance, cows are mooing.

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Gaining International Legal Experience

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While England and the United States have historically been allies, relationships between some citizens were recently put to the test inside a mock courtroom.

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The World at Large

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“The World at Large,” a tribute to the engagement of UGA faculty, students and visitors from around the world.

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Teaching for America

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Currently, children growing up in low-income communities in the United States often face tremendous socio-economic challenges.

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East African Entrepreneurs Visit the University of Georgia

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Members of the University of Georgia community are taking the first step in developing a mutually beneficial trade relationship between Kenyan entrepreneurs and the United States.

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Ecolodge San Luis: a Course in Study-Abroad

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Ecotourism is a burgeoning business in many parts of the world, an open door to exploring an environment that is nearly in balance with its human cohabitants.

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And the winner is…

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In 1940, The Grapes of Wrath won a Pulitzer Prize in the Novel category, and Arthur Krock of the New York Times got one for Correspondence Journalism.