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Turning lemons into lemonaid - Around the Arch
June 2010 Issue
Instead of spending their furlough day at home, at least 46 UGA instructors spent April 30 giving volunteer presentations at Athens-area schools. Organizer Ron Orlando, a researcher at UGA’s Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, says LemonAid’s goal is to highlight the importance of education. Professor Mark Wheeler of the dance department displayed salsa and swing techniques, Richard Steet brought genetically modified glowing zebrafish, and Orlando showcased the fun part of research—the discovery—in his discussion about tropical diseases.
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