April 21, 2014
When members of the ConnectUGA project team were assembled two years ago, they were well aware of the arduous yet coordinated effort that lay ahead to implement the largest information technology system ever at UGA.
UGA will launch a series of new and expanded initiatives to enhance the academic experience of students and position them for success during their time at the university and beyond.
A partnership between Emory University and UGA that plays a key role in the nation's influenza research and surveillance programs has received a $3.6 million contract, with potential funding up to a total of $26.7 million available over seven years, from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper challenged UGA students to consider a job in public service-be that in intelligence services or somewhere else in government-during the Charter Lecture at the Chapel April 14.