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Vol. 42, No. 10

September 29, 2014

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Magnify Integrated Life Sciences Michelle Dookwah lab-h
Michelle Dookwah, who is in her second year in the University of Georgia's Integrated Life Sciences graduate program, says she found her "home," after exploring several labs investigating cancer. The program was redesigned and expanded this year.

Lab trials

UGA is giving graduate students entering in the life sciences one of the nation's broadest range of research opportunities through its redesigned and expanded Integrated Life Sciences program.

University’s coal-fired boiler will be replaced with electrode one

The Facilities Management Division at UGA has developed a plan to replace the aging coal-fired boiler on campus with a more efficient electrode boiler that is powered by electricity.

School of Social Work, Graduate School and grant support services to move

Students, faculty and staff in the School of Social Work will be moving to a state-of-the-art facility, and the Graduate School will move to the heart of North Campus. In addition, pre- and post-contracts and grants support staff will be under the same roof for the first time.

Steering committee to oversee creation of preservation plan

UGA is creating a preservation master plan for all of its structures across the state. The plan will establish a set of guidelines and decision-making matrix to help in evaluating the importance of university buildings and whether they warrant preservation, restoration or rehabilitation.

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