Genetics is the future and the past. The history and promise of every organism is written in its DNA. Geneticists are leading one of the major scientific revolutions of mankind, delving into the distant past and providing an unprecedented understanding of the biological world. The Genetics department in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences offers a supportive and unique training environment across the full spectrum of genetics, bridging the disciplines of molecular genetics, evolutionary biology, and genomics.


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.

Institute of Native American Studies

Native American Studies is relatively new as a discipline, emerging only about thirty-five years ago. Though it continues to evolve, today Native American Studies is an exciting and vibrant field of inquiry with a network of scholars throughout North America. Central to it is the study of the Native nations of the Americas from the perspective of the indigenous peoples themselves.