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Geared for success

Shortly after UGA’s historic campus came into view, nearly two dozen Clarke Middle School students gathered in front of the Arch before spending a day learning how they can one day return to campus and earn a degree. The students, who are high-achieving Latino students,  …read more »

UGA to participate in multi-state flood watch during Hurricane Joaquin

Contact: Mark Risse, 706-202-9576, Athens, Ga. – As states along the East Coast anticipate heavy rainfall over the next few days, scientists from Florida to Maryland, including the University of Georgia, are partnering to gather data about the extent of flooding and storm surge  …read more »

PSO Faculty Fellow works to better prepare coastal Georgia for natural disasters

Rosanna Rivero has spent part of her career working with geographic information systems that assist in mapping and visualizing future planning scenarios, including the effects of natural disasters. Before coming to the UGA College of Environment and Design as an assistant professor, Rivero worked with  …read more »

UGA President visits SBDC-assisted business in Albany

University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead traveled to Albany, Ga., on Thursday where he toured Innovative Senior Solutions, a home healthcare provider for seniors and individuals with disabilities. During the visit, the president met with sisters Eshonda Blue and Jessica Wright of Americus, both  …read more »

Twenty students named 2015-16 PSO Scholars

Twenty undergraduate students have been named Public Service and Outreach Scholars for the 2015-16 academic year. The students will take part in a year-long program that will provide them with a deeper understanding of PSO’s mission through meetings and outreach, help them link these experiences  …read more »

Public Service and Outreach Vivian H. Fisher Leadership Academy announces 2015-16 participants

Seventeen faculty-staff leaders have been selected to participate in the University of Georgia’s 2015-16 Public Service and Outreach (PSO) Vivian H. Fisher Leadership Academy. Facilitated by the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, the Academy is a nine-month leadership program designed to build leadership capacity  …read more »

Superintendents association engages Institute to provide school governance training

For the first time, the Georgia School Superintendents Association has invited the Carl Vinson Institute of Government to provide governance and leadership training for selected administrators who aspire to become superintendents. Faculty member Phillip Boyle will lead a policy and governance session Oct. 16 through  …read more »