UGA Grad School Honors 2015 Alumni of Distinction

The Graduate School has honored 12 graduates with the 2015 Alumni of Distinction Award for achieving exceptional success in their professional careers and in service to their community. Recipients have been recognized in their professional fields at the regional, national and international levels as evidenced by publications and awards received, serving as mentors and roles models in their profession, and contributing to their local and global communities. Their achievements exemplify the UGA mission, "to teach, to serve, and to inquire into the nature of things." … more


UGA Sets the Standard for Small Business Programs

When other states are looking for best practices in small business development, they're looking more often at the University of Georgia. In recent years, programs developed by UGA's Small Business Development Center have become a model for other universities. At a recent Digital Marketing Boot Camp, the audience included counselors from the University of Alabama SBDC. http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/small-business-programs-standard/more


UGA's Historic Arch to Undergo Preservation

The iconic University of Georgia Arch is undergoing a preservation process this summer. During the process, the Arch will receive a thorough cleaning as well as new primer, paint and wiring. Preservation repairs will be made, and a corrosion treatment will be applied. UGA's Facilities Management Division will complete the work prior to the start of fall semester. … more


Curtis Byrd receives Graduate Student Enrollment Management Research Grant

The Graduate Student Enrollment Management Research Grant is designed to encourage emerging knowledge and understanding of the complexities of graduate enrollment management. The reserach grant includes all aspects of admissions and recruitment, enrollment, retention and graduation in higher education. Curtis D. Byrd received funding for his proposal, “Innovative Strategies to Diversifying the Professoriate: Resources for Graduate Enrollment Management Professionals.” … more