A team of researchers in the UGA College of Education is creating the next generation of science curriculum, using touch screens, digital animation and storyboards, thanks to a grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Isaac Hopkins, an English and theatre studies major, has found a home on the stage at UGA and beyond. The young playwright has already had four of his plays published.READ MORE
Stephen Ramos and his students in the College of Environment and Design put their skills into practice across Georgia and around the world.READ MORE
Activist to deliver Craige Lecture
Loung Ung will deliver the Betty Jean Craige Annual Lecture Jan. 29 at 4 p.m. in the Larry Walker Room in Dean Rusk Hall. Ung is an author and human rights activist dedicated to promoting equality, human rights and justice in her native country of Cambodia and worldwide. She will deliver a talk titled “First They Killed My Father.” The lecture is part of the Willson Center’s Global Georgia Initiative.
Men’s tennis team to host PAC 12 Showdown
The men’s tennis team will play UCLA Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. and USC Feb. 1 at 2 p.m. at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. The matches are part of the SEC-PAC 12 Showdown.
Musical humorist brings ‘P.D.Q. Bach' to stage
The Performing Arts Center will present Peter Schickele in "50 Years of P.D.Q. Bach: A Triumph of Incompetence!" Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall. Schickele, a musical humorist, is an internationally recognized composer, musician and author. He is also one of the world's leading satirists as the "discoverer" of P.D.Q. Bach, the 21st child (out of 20) of J.S. Bach. Tickets are $25 to $55 with discounts for students.
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Certificate in Native Plants OrientationState Botanical Garden of Georgia
Class: Tai Chi Level OneHealth Sciences Campus
Georgia Economic Outlook: Coastal
Spring Career Fair
President Jere W. Morehead Speaks to Athens Rotary Club
Disability Resource Center WorkshopZell B. Miller Learning Center
Tour at TwoGeorgia Museum of Art
Concert: UGA Symphony OrchestraHugh Hodgson Concert Hall