April 29, 2013
Brad Davis describes himself as a "plant person," a description easy to confirm after seeing the plants he has rooting on the windowsill and watercolor paintings of landscapes that cover the walls of his North Campus office.
Members of the UGA Arts Council have chosen Nov. 7-15 as the dates for the 2013 Spotlight on the Arts festival. This year's festival will follow the pattern of the inaugural Spotlight festival held last fall that attracted some 15,000 attendees to more than 50 events scheduled over a nine-day period.
Following the success of UGA's inaugural Entrepreneurial Week celebration in March, university officials have announced that Thinc. at UGA will become a permanent, year-round initiative to promote entrepreneurship and foster economic development throughout the region.
UGA's Outstanding Advisor Awards were presented this year to Terence Centner, a faculty member in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and to Wanda Wilcox and Annemarie Hitchcock, both academic advisors in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.