The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors has selected Norman Lear to receive an Individual Award and the Independent Television Service an Institutional Award for their contributions to storytelling in television.
A record-breaking number of students gathered April 13 at Thank a Donor Day to show their appreciation for UGA donors. Coordinated by the Office of Donor Relations and Stewardship, this campus-wide tradition has celebrated the impact of private donations for the past six years.
The UGA Libraries is getting a new online catalog system May 26. The new GIL-Find will combine the best features of both the current GIL-Find and GIL Classic at the same URL: http://gilfind.uga.edu.
An assistant professor in the theatre and film studies department of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, Amma Y. Ghartey-Tagoe Kootin conducts research that focuses on two main questions: How can one use theater, film and television to tell history? And how does performance affect the ways in which members of the African diaspora see and understand each other?
The Office of International Education honored several UGA faculty and community members April 4 at its annual International Education Awards Reception. The awards recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to the university's internationalization and advanced international education through instruction, research and service.
Drive by the UGArden on South Milledge Avenue any day of the week and you're likely to see David Berle, a wide brimmed hat shading his face, working the fields alongside students.
University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead recently hosted meetings with members of the university and local civic and business leaders to discuss priorities of mutual interest—including education and economic development.
Believe it or not, one of the "most intelligent" machines out there is the one that cleans your house while you're doing something else, said Barbara Grosz, Higgins Professor of Natural Sciences at Harvard University.
Dr. Dale E. Green can still recall the frustrations he experienced with patient records early on in his career as a physician.
Elisabeth "Lilian" Sattler came to the University of Georgia on a mission.
The University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology has received an extensive archaeological collection that includes artifacts and other paleoenvironmental materials recovered by the American Museum of Natural History during a decade of excavation led by David Hurst Thomas on St. Catherines Island, Georgia.
Two years ago, socially conscious entrepreneurs Rob Ianelli and Ryan Schoenike founded their company, Norton Point, to manufacture sunglasses made from the huge amounts of plastic cleaned up from coastlines.