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Articles by Matt Chambers

Jan. 30 2017

Alumni Seminar will examine ‘sense of place’

From virtual reality to the tiny house movement, alumni and others interested in lifelong learning will examine "A Sense of Place" during the 2017 Alumni Seminar Feb. 17-18.

Nov. 7 2016

Freedom Breakfast features keynote from Atlanta pastor

The Rev. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock, senior pastor of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, will give the keynote address for the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Breakfast Jan. 13 at 7:30 a.m. in the Grand Hall of the Tate Student Center.

May. 23 2016

UGA, Georgia Tech students present master plans for fully accessible camp

Students from UGA's College of Environment and Design and Georgia Tech's College of Architecture presented three master plans for Camp Hooray April 25 at the College of Environment and Design.

May. 23 2016

‘Make it happen’

Ryan Seacrest encouraged action as he addressed students, their family and friends, and faculty and staff at the undergraduate Commencement May 13.

Mar. 21 2016

Advisor helps students find resources to ‘assist them at being successful’

A former high school science teacher, Dave Evans helped impart knowledge to his students for many years. He continues that today by helping UGA students stay on track and find the right resources on campus.

Feb. 29 2016

Grady College staff member connects students, experiential opportunities

It was his senior year at UGA, and Ryan Carty wasn't sure what he wanted to do with his life.

Feb. 15 2016

Corporate relations manager connects Terry College students, employers

Elizabeth Willimon is a connector. Whether it's connecting alumni with students or Terry College of Business students to employers, she's constantly seeking to put the right people in touch with each other.

Feb. 1 2016

Coordinator helps streamline grants process for SPIA and Grady faculty

Matt Clary was a senior in high school in 2001. He'd just finished debate camp and was entering his second year as a debater. The topic for the fall was policies that prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction. He had his arguments all ready and solidified when Sept. 11 changed everything.


Feb. 1 2016

Diversity, inclusion certificate program continues to grow

More than 1,000 UGA faculty and staff have taken it upon themselves to learn how to make the university a more welcoming and inclusive place. 

Jan. 19 2016

Student conduct staffer focuses on students’ ‘transformative process’

As a student, Rebecca Scarbro was parliamentarian for the Student Government Association and worked on the appeals process for an honors board at LaGrange College; she also served on the standards board for Gamma Phi Beta sorority at UGA.

Dec. 7 2015

LGBT Resource Center director supports students

For Meg Evans, it's personal. When she started her collegiate career, there was no place for her, someone who identifies as queer and gender non-conforming, on campus. 

Nov. 2 2015

UGA student creates, launches group messaging application

When Sam Getty graduates in May, not only will he leave UGA with degrees in marketing and cognitive science, he'll also leave having created and launched his own iPhone application, Textr. 

Oct. 26 2015

NYU professor discusses reactions to Lincoln’s death in Gregory Lecture

Throughout her 25 years of teaching about the Civil War, Martha Hodes, a professor of history at New York University, always had a few lines about Abraham Lincoln's assassination in her lectures. After 9/11, however, she began to look at that historical event in a new light. 

Oct. 26 2015

UGA unit, Department of Education partner to make fourth-grade booklet

As a child, Sam Pittard had a rolled-up copy of the U.S. Constitution printed on faux parchment that he used to read. He even saved it to this day. Now, the senior graphic designer is helping Georgia children have their own copy of some of the most important documents in America's history. 

Oct. 19 2015

MakerSpace provides plethora of technologies, resources for instruction, learning

While preparing to teach about viruses, Melinda Brindly was trying to find a way to give students in her Introduction to Virology class a better idea of how to visualize the structures of the infectious agents-which are so small they're measured in nanometers. To solve that problem, she turned to the MakerSpace at the science library. 

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