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Amazing student Mathew Lustig

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Biology major Matthew Lustig combines his interest in ROTC with a love for Johnny Cash to create his unique UGA experience:

I studied abroad in Australia, which allowed me to study biology, immerse myself in a new culture and make some of the best friends I have at UGA. Upon returning, I tried out and made the UGA co-ed cheerleading team and performed for UGA...

Diversity Forum: The Trayvon Martin Tragedy

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A panel of faculty and students will share their disciplinary and personal perspectives on this case. Sponsored by the Franklin College's Office of Inclusion and Diversity Leadership and the Department of Geography.

Friday, April 20, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. 248 Miller Learning Center. 

Panelists include:

Ms. Melissa Brown --Psychology &... German
Dr. Mark Cooney--Sociology...

CURO Symposium

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The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston used to have an ad campaign that hinted, "There's more to life than just Monet."

In a similar vein, this article in Red & Black on the CURO symposium reminded me that, while they are heavily engaged in everything from genetics to particle physics, UGA students conduct research in...

Faculty workloads

Former New School chancellor David Levy took to the pages of the Washington Post this weekend to make an interesting argument: public support for higher education has led to rising tuition costs and faculty are generally overpaid for 'inefficient' teaching schedules.

Not changed, however, are the accommodations designed to compensate for low pay in earlier times. Though faculty...

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