• Kudos, October 2016
    • Posted by Alan Flurry - October 27, 2016
    • Congratulations to these outstanding faculty, students and alumni on their recent accomplishments:

      Congratulations to former PhD Student, Marcus Williams of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, who had the 2nd of his PhD dissertation manuscripts at UGA accepted for publication in the scholarly journal, Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing Journal. The paper, “Mapping the Spatio-temporal Evolution of Irrigation in the Coastal Plain of Georgia, USA,” used satellite technology to show how center-pivot irrigation has evolved in Georgia over the past several decades

      Noel Fallows, Distinguished Research Professor of Spanish in the department of Romance languages and former associate dean of international and multidisciplinary programs in Franklin College, was named associate provost for international education

      The Franklin College is heavily represented in the record number of UGA students and alumni offered Fulbright awards – UGA Today

      Professor of art and design Chris Garvin and Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Geography J. Marshall Shepherd are two of the four UGA faculty named as SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellows – Athens CEO

      Key recognition: Six UGA alumni, three from Franklin College, to be honored for their service – UGA Today

      Author and historian James C. Cobb to present at Marshall University – Huntington News

      Art history and romance languages double major Catherine Huff curates GMOA exhibition about the Brooklyn Bridge – ABH

      Distinguished Research Professor and head of the department of plant biology Lisa Donovan and director of academic partnerships and initiatives in the Division of Student Affairs and adjunct professor of psychology Erin Richman are among the newest class of UGA Women's Leadership Fellows

      SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellows from UGA, from left, Chris Garvin, Marisa Pagnattaro, Marshall Shepherd and Janice Hume. Photo by Peter Frey