Journalist Souad Mekhennet doesn't run from the difficult stories. She runs toward them because they're important to tell.
Beate Brunow has been named director of Student Affairs academic partnerships and initiatives at the University of Georgia.
More than 23,000 people participated in the University of Georgia's 2017 Spotlight on the Arts festival last month, and planning is already underway for the 2018 festival.
The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Athens is an organization dedicated to fighting homelessness in Athens-Clarke County. Composed of 36 Athens-area religious congregations, the network seeks to help a specific and vulnerable group: homeless families.
While you may envision plastic water bottles and bags floating in an ocean, even the stuff you can't see could be killing marine life—and scientists are working to understand the health implications of microplastics on people, animals and Earth.
Archeology answers history's unresolved questions, according to David Hurst Thomas, curator of anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History. He spoke Nov. 17 as part of UGA's fall 2017 Signature Lecture series. His visit was sponsored by the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and the anthropology department.
Sonia Hirt, a seasoned administrator and one of the world's foremost scholars of land use and planning, has been named dean of the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design.
The demand for research computing resources for faculty and researchers at UGA continues to grow, said Vice President for Information Technology Timothy M. Chester, Nov. 15 during his annual State of Technology address.
The University of Georgia is extending its cybersecurity expertise across the state through a new initiative that will help businesses and communities identify ways to safeguard against potentially devastating cyberattacks.
University of Georgia students who experience difficult circumstances receive personalized, comprehensive support thanks to an innovative approach by UGA Student Care and Outreach.
Three University of Georgia faculty members have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, an honor bestowed by their peers for "scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications."