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Three faculty members receive Russell Awards

Three faculty members receive Russell Awards

The awards are the university’s highest early career teaching honor.

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UGA steps up pace of turning wood into fuel

UGA steps up pace of turning wood into fuel

UGA researchers create fast-growing trees that could be a breakthrough for biofuel production.

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Program gives students chance to Experience UGA

Program gives students chance to Experience UGA

Clarke County high school students get a behind-the-scenes look during STEM-focused campus trips.

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Charles King

As a President’s Fulfilling the Dream Award winner, Charles King, a senior majoring in middle school education, will leave a big mark on UGA and Athens when he graduates. He plans to spread his knowledge with Teach for America.

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Focus on Faculty

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Michael Strand

Regents Professor Michael Strand says a big part of teaching for him, particularly at the graduate level, is helping individuals become good scientists for the future.

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Campus Closeup

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Scott LaClaire

Years before he started working on campus, Scott LaClaire submitted several of his poems for publication in The Georgia Review. None was ever published, but LaClaire finds irony in his efforts now that he's helped mold the publication during his 14 years at the literary journal.

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Exhibition to open at museum


A new exhibition, “Quarks, Leptons and Peanuts,” will open March 28 at the Georgia Museum of Art. This exhibition will feature the work Jay Robinson has created since a fire in the mid-1990s destroyed his home and studio. Since then, Robinson has changed the direction of his work and reinvented himself as an artist. The exhibition will run through June 21.

Baseball team to host Yellow Jackets


The Diamond Dogs will play Georgia Tech March 31 at 7 p.m. at Foley Field. Tickets are $5 to $8.


Kodo to perform at Hodgson Hall
The Performing Arts Center will present Kodo March 29 at 7 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall. The internationally acclaimed Japanese taiko drummers will make their Athens debut in a new show entitled "One Earth Tour: Mystery." Based on Sado Island in Niigata, Japan, Kodo made its debut at the Berlin Festival in 1981. Since that time, the ensemble has given more than 5,500 performances in 46 countries under the theme "One Earth." Tickets are $35 to $45.

Today's events

8:00 am
Spring Bird Ramble
State Botanical Garden of Georgia
10:00 am
Class: Exotic Birds and Reptiles on Planet Earth
State Botanical Garden of Georgia
10:00 am
Saturday Morning Club Concert: UGA Dance
Performing Arts Center
Exhibition: “Quarks, Leptons and Peanuts”
Georgia Museum of Art
2:00 pm
The School Lunch Challenge
4:00 pm
Baseball at South Carolina
Softball at Tennessee
6:00 pm
Board of Regents Scholarship Gala