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Financial projections expand and support a Savannah tradition

By all accounts, the Gretchen Greene School of Dance is a Savannah tradition. Founded in 1969 by a Savannah native who danced as a Radio City Music Hall Rockette, the school now teaches the children and grandchildren of many an aspiring young ballerina and tap  …read more »

Public service employees set new record for giving

Public Service and Outreach faculty, staff and retirees set a new record for giving to the University of Georgia in fiscal year 2016. Nearly one in five—19 percent—of active or retired PSO employees supported the university, giving a total of $37,200. In fiscal year 2015,  …read more »

Summer Academy at the University of Georgia

The Summer Academy at UGA program (SAUGA) is a series of educational specialty camps coordinated by the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, and taught by UGA faculty, staff, students and other professionals. Over the course of June and July this summer, 710 students ages 11-17  …read more »

Hart County: Hartwell approves logo designed by Archway Partnership intern

Archway Partnership graphic design intern Jake Green worked with a committee led by Hartwell Mayor Brandon Johnson to develop a new logo for the City of Hartwell and the community. Committee members included representatives of the City, Hartwell Downtown Development Authority, and Hart County Chamber  …read more »

Stakeholders meet to discuss black gill

UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant and UGA Skidaway Institute of Oceanography (SKIO) hosted a meeting for stakeholders to present the latest research and other information on black gill in Georgia and South Carolina shrimp. Black gill is a condition caused by a microscopic  …read more »

“Dining at Denney” goes to the farmers market

On July 20, 2016 the Campus Kitchen at UGA (CKUGA) hosted its first summer meal at Jessie B. Denney Tower, a unit of the Athens Housing Authority (AHA), specifically for low-income adults over the age of 60. The evening’s program provided information to connect residents  …read more »

Need that umbrella? Check the WeatherStem stations at UGA

UGA students and the general public will benefit from new technology installed at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia and UGA’s main campus that provides real time weather data and early warnings for severe weather. The stations, donated by WeatherStem CEO Edward Mansouri, were installed  …read more »