The goal of the Department of Geology is to educate undergraduate and graduate students, businesses, government, and the public through excellence in teaching, research, and service. They emphasize studies in Crust and Mantle Dynamics, Earth Systems History, Environmental Geosciences, and Geoarchaeology. In these areas, they pursue the understanding of geological processes, the optimal use of earth resources, and the reconstruction of earth's history to illuminate its future.


The English Department at the University of Georgia is a diverse scholarly community of over 40 faculty, 80 graduate teaching assistants, 120 graduate students, and more than 500 undergraduate majors and minors held together by a common commitment to preserving, transmitting, and extending the rich cultural legacy of the English language.


The Department of Mathematics of the University of Georgia is a vibrant mathematical community and is one of the largest departments at UGA in UGA's Franklin College of Arts & Sciences. The department has particularly active research groups in algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, geometry, number theory and topology.