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New home for Health Sciences - Feature Stories
June 2013 Issue
After a year and $20 million in restorations, the former U.S. Navy Supply Corps School campus in west Athens reopened in August 2012 as the new home for the UGA College of Public Health and the Georgia Regents University/UGA Medical Partnership. The 56-acre site, deeded to the university by the U.S. Department of Education after the Navy school closed, served about 550 public health students, 120 Medical Partnership students and 140 faculty and staff last fall. Once renovations are complete in fall 2015, about 1,650 faculty, staff and students will be based on the campus. The total will rise to 1,800 with the addition of students who will live in residence halls on the property. Get more at publichealth.uga.edu and medicalpartnership.usg.edu. Part-time Associate Professor Dr. Geoffrey Cole (MBA ’07) teaches a Healthcare Consulting Management class to public health students in Russell Hall. Photo by Andrew Davis Tucker. Thom Gaddy, assistant professor of cellular biology and anatomy, looks at …
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