Students ninth grade through college eligible for art contest at UGA

  Athens, Ga. – The State Botanical Garden of Georgia at the University of Georgia is conducting a statewide art competition sponsored by the J.A. and H.G. Woodruff, Jr. Charitable Trust to recognize student talent in Georgia and create items… Full story

Meet the 2016-17 Public Service and Outreach Student Scholars

Nineteen undergraduate students have been named Public Service and Outreach Scholars for the 2016-17 academic year. The students are part of a year-long program that provides them with a deeper understanding of PSO’s mission through meetings and outreach, helps them link these… Full story

National award celebrates UGA and statewide conservation programs

A statewide conservation alliance headquartered at the UGA State Botanical Garden of Georgia has received a rare national recognition for its decades of efforts to conserve native plants. The Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies presented the special award to… Full story

State Botanical Garden’s Connect to Protect Native Plant Sale in October  

Add some perennial plants to your garden this October at the Connect to Protect Native Plant Sale at the University of Georgia’s State Botanical Garden of Georgia. The annual event, one of the most anticipated horticultural events on the Athens… Full story

State Botanical Garden of Georgia recognizes longtime donors for support

Alumni and longtime University of Georgia supporters Joe and Ann Frierson were hailed as Distinguished Honorees at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia’s Giving Tree tribute on Sept. 8. Richard and Cindy Moore, and Tom Wight, were recognized as Southern… Full story

Fanning program to grow leaders in South Georgia

In August the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development launched Locate South Georgia LEADS, a program to develop a regional leadership pipeline throughout South Georgia. One of the largest regional leadership programs in Georgia, it is the result of a… Full story

Institute develops certificate program for Georgia government information officers

The Carl Vinson Institute of Government is launching the state’s only local government-specific nationally recognized chief information officer certificate program for local government information officers. The Certified Government Chief Information Officer program incorporates 12 sessions covering 240 hours of study… Full story

Save the date: Oyster Roast for a Reason

UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant are hosting an Oyster Roast for a Reason on Nov. 5, 2016, from 5-8 p.m., to raise money for the state’s first oyster hatchery at the Shellfish Research Lab on Skidaway Island, Ga…. Full story

Campus Kitchen at UGA hosts Food Waste Fiasco

On August 8, the Campus Kitchen at UGA kicked off the school year with the “Food Waste Fiasco” event in the Memorial Hall Ballroom. The event featured Rob Greenfield, a nationally known dumpster diver and sustainability activist. Over 120 attendees… Full story

Undergraduate engineering student gets his feet wet with Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant

George Summers, a University of Georgia undergrad studying environmental engineering, has spent his summer at UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant’s Brunswick Station under the advisement of stormwater specialist Jessica Brown as part of a stormwater program internship. This… Full story

UGA public health faculty/student assessment leads to medical clinic in Archway community

An assessment of community health needs, led by University of Georgia faculty and facilitated by the UGA Archway Partnership, has contributed to a new urgent care center for one middle Georgia county and resulted in a scholarly article in the… Full story

SBDC helps Clarkston educational center owner create vision

Alex Cesar knew from an early age that she’d run a school. Inspired by her grandmother, a principal, Alex would sometimes join her in the classroom. She eventually taught special education in the public schools, but felt stuck in the… Full story

UGA Public Service and Outreach names Faculty Fellows

Three UGA faculty members were selected as 2016-17 Public Service and Outreach Fellows and will spend the fall conducting research with one of the university’s eight public service and outreach units. Marin Talbot Brewer, in the College of Agricultural and… Full story

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… Full story

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… Full story

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… Full story

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… Full story

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… Full story