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September 25, 2017   COLUMNS CONTRIBUTORS

Kellyn Amodeo


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Articles by Kellyn Amodeo

Sep. 18 2017

New presidential hiring initiative focuses on student success

The University of Georgia has launched a new presidential hiring initiative to continue to enhance the learning environment for students.

Sep. 18 2017

Moving up

The University of Georgia has climbed two spots to No. 16 in the U.S. News & World Report 2018 ranking of best public national universities, the highest ranking in UGA's history.

Sep. 11 2017

More than 10,000 Clarke County children get to Experience UGA

More than 10,000 Clarke County schoolchildren will visit the University of Georgia this year through the 5-year-old innovative program Experience UGA.

Aug. 21 2017

Future promise

As a result of President Jere W. Morehead's meetings with community leaders in April, the University of Georgia will be offering workforce development and work-based learning initiatives to local youth beginning this fall. Morehead's conversation centered on economic development and education, and how the university can play a role in both areas.

Aug. 21 2017

UGA students build bridges with students during welcome visits to two Athens-area high schools

More than 60 University of Georgia students traveled to Cedar Shoals and Clarke Central high schools Aug. 11 to welcome incoming students as they started their new year.

Aug. 21 2017

University continues to invest in faculty with $2M initiative

The University of Georgia has made another major investment to enhance research and education at America's first public university. The $2 million initiative, launched by President Jere W. Morehead, provides startup funding to recruit new faculty to establish their research programs at UGA.

Aug. 14 2017

Paws for a Cause donates 1,000 books

The University of Georgia New Student Orientation Program's Paws for a Cause initiative collected approximately 1,000 books from incoming first-year students attending orientation sessions this summer. The books will be donated to the Clarke County School District and other local organizations.

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