Great diversity of subjects, opinions, expertise and sources in this month's round-up faculty, students and alumni appearing in the media:
Can narcissists actually change their ways? We asked the experts – professor of psychology Keith Campbell quoted in Huffington Post
Researchers receive $10M to create computational and informatics tools for glycoscience – project co-led by Professor of biochemistry and molecular biology William York reported at EurekAlert!, UGA Today, The GW Hatchet
State lawmakers on the fence about offshore drilling – professor of marine...
Thanks for the shoutout UGA, but of course the Franklin College has the largest enrollment at the university! We are the heart of UGA - the largest, oldest, most academically diverse college on campus. The arts, the [social, mathemical, physical, & biological] sciences, the humanities - it's all here and we provide the academic underpinning that supports all other schools and colleges. Franklin College students make every day a great day at UGA.
For the incoming freshmen of 2018 (Class of 2022!): Congratulations to all those who have early action admission. The regular decision...
We wish you luck in the Year of the Dog!
The UGA Asian American Student Association invites guests to its annual Lunar New Year Festival. This year, 2018 brings in the Year of the Dog.
The Lunar New Year Festival ("Lunars") is an evening of exciting performances, ethnic food and lasting tradition. Happiness, prosperity and longevity to all.
And Happy Holi to all of our Hindu students, faculty and staff colleagues. The changing of the seasons is upon us.
When last we watched our inimitable heroes play for all the marbles, it was a January evening long ago but a steady memory and stirring inspiration in all the time since. Congratulations to the Georgia Bulldog football players, coaches, staff, band, cheerleaders, alumni and supporters around the globe and best of luck tonight. May your passes be straight, your runs swift and may your number be ONE when it's all said and done.
Image: Illustration by the great Bulldog, Jack Davis
Once home to five different Native American tribes, the land on which the UGA campus sits today has a deep cultural history all its own that is often overlooked but retains the compelling power to teach. The Red & Black highlights Native American Heritage Month and ongoing efforts to educate the public about this rich culture:
The Institute of Native American Studies, Native American Student Association, the University Union and the Multicultural Services and Programs are coming together throughout the month of November to host various events highlighting and promoting education...