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Juliett Dinkins

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Apr. 17 2017

First class

Ten individuals have been named the first participants in the university's Women's Staff Leadership Institute.

May. 2 2016

UGA mourns passing of Horace Ward, its first black applicant

Civil rights pioneer Horace Taliaferro Ward, the first African-American to apply for admission to UGA, died April 23 at the age of 88.

Apr. 6 2015

‘Incredible journey’

Andy Landers' career at UGA began with a dream. 

Mar. 24 2014

VP for development and alumni relations finalists to visit campus

Two finalists have been named for the position of vice president for development and alumni relations at UGA. As part of their final interviews, each candidate will visit campus to meet with members of the UGA community and make a public presentation from 9:30- 10:30 a.m. in the Reception Hall of the Tate Student Center. 

Jan. 28 2013

Helping hands: UGA students take part in service projects on King holiday

The half dozen or so UGA students who descended on the Project Safe thrift store on Jan. 21 weren't there to shop.

Jul. 30 2012

PepsiCo executive will give keynote at BFSO luncheon

 

Larry D. Thompson, an executive with PepsiCo, will deliver the keynote address at the Black Faculty and Staff Organization’s tenth annual Founders Award Scholarship Luncheon. The program will be held Sept. 5 from noon-1:30 p.m. in  Mahler Auditorium of  the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.

 

Sep. 19 2011

Civic service

 

The UGA chapter of the Blue Key National Honor Society will recognize three UGA alumni and one faculty member at its annual awards banquet Sept. 30.

 

Apr. 18 2011

Josiah Meigs Teaching Professors

Apr. 11 2011

To our readers

Beginning April 11, you can let us know if you prefer to read the paper version of Columns or if you would like to read it online at www.uga.edu/columns.

Jan. 5 2011

Remember the time: Karen Richardson Hooker

Karen Richardson Hooker remembers the first time she saw the UGA campus.

Jan. 5 2011

Remember the time-mccurdy

When Juanita Dalton McCurdy began her undergraduate studies at UGA in fall 1971, the climate was a lot different than it had been a decade earlier. There were no riots or other demonstrations to protest the presence of black students on campus.

Dec. 6 2010

State relations director to join new governor’s administration

Chris Cummiskey, director of state relations at UGA, has been chosen to become commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development in the administration of Gov.-elect Nathan Deal.

Nov. 1 2010

Serving with honors

The UGA chapter of the Blue Key National Honor Society will recognize three Georgians for their civic contributions at its annual awards banquet Nov. 5.

Apr. 19 2010

Good works

The UGA Alumni Association will honor former Provost Arnett C. Mace Jr.; Atlanta businessman John F. McMullan; the Thomson-based Watson-Brown Foundation Inc.; and the family of Savannah businessman Craig Barrow III at its annual awards luncheon at noon April 23 in the Grand Hall of the Tate Student Center. Luncheon tickets, which are $25, may be purchased from Wanda Darden, wdarden@uga.edu or (706) 542-8199, in alumni relations.

Apr. 19 2010

2010 Josiah Meigs Teaching Professors-Tina Harris

Five of UGA’s outstanding teachers will be named Josiah Meigs Teaching Professors at the Faculty Recognition Banquet April 21 at the Georgia Center. The professorship recognizes excellence in instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Meigs Professors receive a permanent salary increase of $6,000 and a fund of $1,000 for academic support. The professorship is named for Josiah Meigs, who in 1801 succeeded Abraham Baldwin as president—and sole professor—of Georgia’s fledgling state university.

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