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Vol. 42, No. 14

October 27, 2014

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Magnify Rosensteel, Danielle blueberry
Danielle Rosensteel, a University of Georgia graduate student, picks blueberries from a test plot at the UGA Blueberry Research and Demonstration Farm in Alma. Rosensteel works with Ash Sial's lab and tests insecticides to protect the blueberries from spotted wing drossophila, an invasive species of fly that attacks the berry. (Credit: Peter Frey/UGA)

Berry good news

With the tally from the 2014 growing season complete, it's official. Georgia now leads the nation in blueberry production.

EOO to host sexual assault forum

An Open Dialogue on Sexual Assault will be held Oct. 29 at 4:30 p.m. in Room 248 of the Miller Learning Center.

Nearly 800 UGA students complete new bystander intervention training program

In fall 2013, a team from the University Health Center's health promotion department created "Watch Dawgs," a bystander intervention training program for UGA students, faculty and staff. Bystander intervention is an initiative that asks individuals to actively prevent incidents before they occur, ensuring the safety of fellow members of the campus community.

University breaks ground on Food Technology Center in Griffin

Large and small food businesses alike received a boost Oct. 17 when UGA—in partnership with state and local officials—broke ground on the Food Technology Center located on the Griffin campus.

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