Director of Communications, Franklin College
Articles by Alan Flurry
|May. 23 2005||
A UGA delegation headed by engineering professor Takoi Hamrita and consisting of experts from the College of Education, the Georgia Center for Continuing Education and the board of regents spent a week in Tunisia to present workshops as part of an ongoing partnership between UGA and the University System of Tunisia.
|Feb. 28 2005||
New programs afoot in Georgia to bring hard science expertise to engineering through ecology and engineering science will serve as the basis for an upcoming conference on the subject. The conference, "Ecological Network Analysis," will run March 1-3 at the Georgia Center.
|Mar. 29 2004||
Thirty professors from Tunisia are spending three weeks on the UGA campus, engaging in training and discussions in higher education management and distance learning. They were invited to UGA as part of a U.S. State Department-funded project directed by Takoi Hamrita, UGA associate professor of biological and agricultural engineering.
|Mar. 22 2004||
Eco-tourism is a burgeoning business in many parts of the world, an open door to exploring an environment that is nearly in balance with its human cohabitants. Linking this exploration to higher education creates opportunities for combining research and instruction in these pristine environments.
|Feb. 23 2004||
Physics professor Bill Dennis is director of the new Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center-or NanoSEC-at UGA. He talked with Columns about nanotechnology on campus.