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Twitter data holds a key to attitudes on vaccinations

Twitter data holds a key to attitudes on vaccinations

UGA researcher looks to social media to improve public health.

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Doctor’s advice can lead to more weight loss

Doctor’s advice can lead to more weight loss

UGA research shows that the impact direct communication can have on obesity is powerful.

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UGA scientist refutes climate change skeptics

UGA scientist refutes climate change skeptics

Marshall Shepherd uses scientific evidence and public outreach to discuss climate change.

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Amazing Student

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Caitlin Hodges

For Caitlin Hodges, a master’s degree student in ecology, it’s all about the soil. One class about soil in her first year set her on a path that has taken this third-generation Bulldog from the campus lab to halfway around the world.

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Focus on Faculty

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Leidong Mao

Leidong Mao, an associate professor in the College of Engineering, creates opportunities for students to conduct cutting-edge nanotechnology research.

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Campus Closeup

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Benjamin Gray

When Benjamin Gray was growing up, he wanted to pursue a career in food so bad he could taste it. 

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Artful Conversation to focus on ‘Close’


Carissa DiCindio, curator of education for the Georgia Museum of Art, will lead an Artful Conversation—an in-depth discussion—of Joan Mitchell’s large abstract painting “Close” (1973) on June 3 at 2 p.m. at the museum.

Legion Pool is open for the summer


Legion Pool is now open for the summer season. Hours of operation are 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily through July 31 and 3-7 p.m. Aug. 1-13. Admission is $3 for students, $4 for faculty and staff, $3 for children ages 3-15 (who must be accompanied by an adult) and $5 for guests and members of Friends of Campus Life.


Caroline Aiken to open Sunflower Series
Award-winning singer-songwriter Caroline Aiken will open this year's Sunflower Music Series with a show on June 2 at 7 p.m. at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. Aiken recently performed on NPR's "Mountain Stage" and in the past toured with the Indigo Girls. The Twangtown Paramours from Nashville will open the show. Tickets are $15, or $5 for children ages 6-12.

Today's events

9:30 am
Chief Technology Officer Finalist Presentation
Tate Student Center
2:00 pm
Tour at Two: Highlights from the Permanent Collection
Georgia Museum of Art
Construction advisory:  Repaving near Aderhold and Tucker Halls