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Students and alumni from the Franklin College are doing great things all over the world, here are examples from just two of those we heard about today:

Jason Carter, a BFA student in painting and drawing at the Lamar Dodd School of Art has spent the summer working as a studio assistant for Berlin-based artist Michael Markwick. A selection of Jason's most recent works on paper will be on display July 22-23 at Studio M3 in Berlin, Germany. For more information about Carter, his work and this international show, visit this ...

Speaking the Language

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And speaking of international programs and experiences, an important part of the immersion that happens during study abroad experiences is increased proficiency in the language of where ever you might go. Of course, students can and should prepare for this on campus by taking advantage of the many language offerings in the Franklin College.

Quite often, until you are on campus and sitting with a Franklin advisor, you might not know the...

UGA - Franklin College Study Abroad

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Students and faculty at the University are fortunate in the extent to which UGA has embraced the importance of study abroad. An international academic experience intertwines crucial cultural elements with instruction in ways that are otherwise inaccessible for students, but also builds richness into the undergraduate experience that directly supports the well-rounded liberal...

Tiny Universe

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The Lamar Dodd School of Art presents the exhibition "Tiny Universe," on view from June 20th to August 3rd in the Gallery 307 on the third floor of the school of art.

The exhibition brings together six artists who use a variety of concepts and media to create a unique framework for understanding the world around us. Employing memory, experience, religion and humor, the artists in this show have essentially made their own...

Psychology Ph.D alums shine

And speaking of great work by our post-docs and graduate students, graduates of the Franklin College’s doctoral program in clinical psychology can be found in academic and clinical settings across the nation, and two recent alumni have been honored for their work by the American Psychological Association’s Society of Pediatric Psychology:

  • Laura Simons, who earned her PhD from UGA in 2006 and now an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, received the Routh Early-Career Award in Pediatric Psychology...

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