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November 19, 2017   COLUMNS CONTRIBUTORS

Erica Hensley

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Mar. 20 2017

Avian flu expert advances College of Veterinary Medicine’s research

Daniel Perez's research is driven by one question: What exactly makes the influenza virus tick?

Oct. 17 2016

Improving global health

UGA's new Center for Vaccines and Immunology is dedicated to improving global health by creating vaccines to fight emerging and re-emerging diseases such as influenza and Zika.

Oct. 10 2016

Father-son faculty members team up on NSF grant

Both father and son recall it like it happened yesterday.

Sep. 6 2016

UGA researchers receive grant to study effects of public policy to curb opioid addiction

UGA researchers will use a grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of the National Institutes of Health, to study the effect of public policy aimed at limiting potential misuse and potentially
inappropriate prescribing of opioids in vulnerable populations.

Aug. 22 2016

Study: Depression’s stigma can be barrier to seeking treatment

The stigma attached to mental illness creates a barrier for many seeking treatment, but it has a particularly negative impact on the help-seeking behaviors of black Americans, a small in-depth qualitative study by researchers at UGA suggests.

May. 23 2016

CED outreach coordinator helps find homes for community service projects

When Jennifer Lewis and her husband, Adam, bought their Normaltown house 16 years ago, the neighborhood wasn't the hip area it is today. It had the basics, some of which still exist like Normal Hardware, but Lewis said the neighborhood needed some TLC with a preservationist's eye.

Apr. 11 2016

Student organizations coordinator gives students tools to help them thrive

Emily Ancinec is a self-proclaimed nerd and avid reader, and she's always looking to soak up new experiences.

Feb. 29 2016

US congressman discusses power of political process to effect social change

Sanford Bishop, U.S. congressman from Georgia's 2nd Congressional District, delivered the Holmes-Hunter Lecture Feb. 18 at the Chapel.

Feb. 29 2016

Grady College senior receives Dream Award for community service

Darren Anglin is a busy man. The senior advertising major holds leadership positions in five campus organizations and has worked part time as a student advocate for University Housing throughout college. He's also made a commitment to mentoring students.
It's a commitment that comes from the knowledge that others already have paved a path for him to succeed.

Feb. 15 2016

Study looks at delayed TB diagnosis in Uganda

Most studies of delayed tuberculosis diagnosis focus on how the delay affects patient outcomes and community transmission.

Dec. 7 2015

Disability Resource Center recognizes students, faculty, donors at annual reception

The Disability Resource Center awarded scholarships to 26 students at its annual Student and Faculty Recognition Reception Nov. 12 in the Tate Student Center Grand Hall.

Nov. 16 2015

Alumni couple launches scholarship program to alleviate student hunger

It's a surprising but sad reality that some UGA students have to choose between buying their books and healthy food. To alleviate student hunger, UGA and friends of the university are offering scholarships for meal plans. 

Nov. 9 2015

Student Veterans Resource Center helps military veterans become ‘career ready’

Since the Student Veterans Resource Center opened two years ago, director Ted Barco has been working to help military veterans more fully integrate into student life at UGA.

Oct. 12 2015

100 faculty, staff complete Diversity and Inclusion Certificate program

Over 100 people gathered in the Chapel Sept. 24 for the annual Embracing Diversity ceremony, which recognizes faculty and staff who recently graduated from the Diversity and Inclusion Certificate program.

Oct. 12 2015

Faculty publish recommendations for Alzheimer’s registry

UGA faculty recently published recommendations on the ethical and legal application of a population-based, statewide Alzheimer's registry.

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