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Stephanie Schupska

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Jan. 22 2018

CAES professor named associate director of Honors program

A competitive internal search for a new associate director of the Honors Program ended recently with the appointment of Maria Navarro, professor of interdisciplinary education in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

Jan. 8 2018

Two UGA students will study in China as Schwarzman Scholars

The University of Georgia's Elizabeth Hardister and Gaby Pierre will continue their studies in China next fall as two of 142 students selected internationally as Schwarzman Scholars, a program designed to prepare the next generation of leaders with an understanding of China's role in global trends.

Jul. 17 2017

Undergraduate becomes first UGA student selected as Beinecke Scholar

Shawn Foster, a University of Georgia Honors student majoring in cognitive science and linguistics, was one of 20 students nationwide selected as a Beinecke Scholar.

May. 1 2017

Two UGA undergraduates receive Udall Scholarship

UGA added two new Udall Scholars to its ranks this year as third-year students Shreya Ganeshan and Elizabeth Wilkes were honored for their leadership, public service and commitment to issues related to the environment.

Apr. 17 2017

Two undergraduates receive 2017 Goldwater Scholarship

UGA juniors and Honors Program students Morgan Gibbs and Mallory Harris are among 240 students across the nation to be recognized as Barry Goldwater Scholars, earning the highest undergraduate award of its type for the fields of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.

Apr. 10 2017

CURO Symposium highlights work in undergraduate research

Sydney-Alyce Bourget stands at the edge of Harvard Forest, measuring the height of one of the 25 garlic mustard plants she's been studying. 

Mar. 27 2017

Undergraduates to present findings at CURO Symposium

From spectator injuries at baseball games to invasive garlic mustard plants in forested areas, more than 550 UGA undergraduates are gearing up to share their research findings at the annual CURO Symposium April 3-4 at the Classic Center in downtown Athens.

Dec. 5 2016

Honors student named university’s 24th Rhodes Scholar

Laura Courchesne's work throughout her three-plus years at UGA paid incredible dividends Nov. 19 as she became one of 32 students in the U.S. to be named a Rhodes Scholar, receiving the oldest and most celebrated international fellowship award in the world.

Oct. 10 2016

Record number of UGA students, alumni offered Fulbright awards

A record 19 UGA students and recent alumni, including six doctoral students and five May graduates, were offered international travel-study grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Aug. 22 2016

Archaeologists find elusive 16th-century Spanish fort on Parris Island

Located near the town of Beaufort, South Carolina, Parris Island holds more than the dreams of future Marines. It contains the remains of a Spanish fort erected in 1577 in the Spanish town of Santa Elena. For decades, attempts to find it have failed, and Fort San Marcos stayed hidden until new technology brought it to light.

Aug. 15 2016

University awards Foundation Fellowships to 17 in Class of 2020

UGA has awarded 17 Foundation Fellowships to high-performing undergraduate students in the Class of 2020.

May. 2 2016

‘Devastating tragedy’

An estimated 1,500 UGA students, family, faculty and staff gathered Thursday on the Tate Student Center Plaza to remember four UGA undergraduates whose lives were lost too soon.

May. 2 2016

Staff Appreciation Day event to be held May 25

Planning for the second annual Staff Appreciation Day is in full swing at UGA as it gears up to celebrate its more than 6,300 staff members.

Apr. 11 2016

Office of Sustainability ramps up on-campus bicycle sharing program

Bulldog Bikes, run through the UGA Office of Sustainability in collaboration with UGA Libraries, currently has 10 bikes in its fleet of two-wheeled vehicles and about 10 more re

Apr. 4 2016

Social work dean will give graduate Commencement talk

Graduate students receiving their degrees from UGA this spring will have the opportunity to gather wisdom from academic leader and civil rights historian Maurice C. Daniels, dean of the School of Social Work, who will give the graduate Commencement address May 13 in Stegeman Coliseum.

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