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March 24, 2017   COLUMNS CONTRIBUTORS

Krista Richmond

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Mar. 13 2017

Seed Life Skills Symposium includes cooking competition, panel discussion

The Willson Center for Humanities and Arts helped organize and sponsored the Seed Life Skills Symposium on Feb. 22 that included a cooking competition, panel discussion and fundraising dinner

Mar. 13 2017

‘Amazing opportunity’

What Sydney North and Amanda El-Kadi are learning this semester isn't found within the walls of a classroom.

Feb. 27 2017

Pulitzer Prize winner discusses ethical memory at Craige Lecture

According to Viet Thanh Nguyen, all wars are fought twice—first on the battlefield, then in the public's memory.

Feb. 13 2017

Inaugural Chambliss Fellows start internships in Washington, D.C.

For many students, the start of the new semester means moving back into the dorms and settling in to new classes. For the inaugural group of Chambliss Fellows, the start of the new semester meant moving to a new city and embracing opportunities to learn firsthand how government runs in the nation's capital.

Feb. 13 2017

MARTA CEO discusses how action leads to change at annual lecture

Keith Parker's life is all about action.

Feb. 6 2017

UGA celebrates 232nd anniversary with lecture

The University of Georgia celebrated its 232nd anniversary with a week of events, including the 15th annual Founders Day Lecture.

Feb. 6 2017

Social Work administrative assistant makes a difference on and off campus

Kat Farlowe puts work into social work.

Jan. 23 2017

Speaker calls for continuation of work on King’s ‘unfinished business’

Martin Luther King Jr. ended his most famous speech by talking about a dream, but he began that same speech by talking about America's unfinished business. The Rev. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock, senior pastor of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, encouraged attendees at the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Breakfast Jan. 13 to take on that work.

Dec. 5 2016

UGA’s first African-American female physics doctoral graduate urges girls to pursue sciences

Whitney Ingram's interest in science started as a girl. This month, she becomes the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate in physics at UGA—and she wants other young girls to do the same.

Nov. 28 2016

Researcher looks at correlations between genes, aging process

UGA alumna Cynthia Kenyon started her research with a basic question: If you change one gene, could you live longer?

Nov. 28 2016

Producer encourages musicians to take chances

Jacknife Lee didn't set out to become a music producer.

Nov. 28 2016

Southeast Model African Union helps students learn about countries, cultures

Tifara Brown has learned several lessons participating in three Southeast Model African Union conferences, from learning parliamentary procedures to honing her public speaking and writing skills to gaining an appreciation for world issues.

Nov. 14 2016

Speaker discusses gifts of Russian Imperial Court

Jewelry tells many stories—love stories between spouses, stories of reaching significant milestones and even stories of pieces shared through generations.

Nov. 7 2016

Mission of business manager at Odum School: Make things better

Emily Schattler loves helping people.

Nov. 7 2016

Internal Auditing Division promotes ethical culture

Financial wrongdoing that led to the termination of three employees. The misrepresentation of a home address by a student to qualify for in-state tuition that led to an investigation by the UGA Police Department. The falsification of work hours by employees that led to stronger monitoring by department managers. These are all examples of investigations UGA's Internal Auditing Division has completed.

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