The Peabody Media Center, FUSION and The Root have launched a content partnership that will bring Peabody's rich media archive together with FUSION's diverse voices to explore issues of contemporary importance.
Fadia Nasser-Abu Alhija, the first Israeli Arab woman to be appointed an associate professor at an Israeli research university and a graduate of UGA's College of Education, is consulting with College of Education professor Allan Cohen and a grant team at the University of Kentucky on a joint research project.
The UGA African Studies Institute will present the 25th annual Darl Snyder Lecture Feb. 23 at 9 a.m. at the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries.
Thirty-nine UGA employees retired Jan. 1.
Seed Life Skills is a nonprofit, research-based curriculum founded by chef Hugh Acheson that is dedicated to providing young people with essential knowledge and skills in family and consumer sciences.
Three UGA faculty members have been named recipients of the Richard B. Russell Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, the university's highest early career teaching honor.
Wineries are becoming big business in Georgia, and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension is working to support this growing sector of the economy with new expertise for wine growers.
A women's initiative for students in the UGA Terry College of Business was commended as an "innovation that inspires" by AACSB International, the largest business education network and accrediting organization in the world.
The National Danish Performance Team will perform in Athens Feb. 20-Feb. 22 as part of a 10-month world tour.
Three UGA research projects have been named as the inaugural recipients of the Student Affairs Faculty Research Grant.