Tue, 09/04/2018 - 11:33am
Columns features the publication of a new book written by a Franklin faclty member on one of the most ubiquitous substances found around the world, new and dear to Georgians but crucial to everything from earthenware to building construction and especially its geological role in the 'Critcal Zone': Written by UGA faculty member Paul Schroeder, Clays in the Critical Zone considers clay science in the context of the Critical Zone, the Earth’s…
Thu, 05/25/2017 - 10:21am
A diverse set of physical and chemical cues act upon individual cells to ensure coordinated multicellular behavior. Using the bacterium Myxococcus xanthus, a team led by University of Georgia and Rice University researchers has devised a data-driven model of the mechanisms that guide elaborate self-organization at the cellular level. The research, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, provides a blueprint for…
Tags: Human Nature, critical zone
Fri, 02/26/2016 - 10:16am
The concert will open with a series of repertory pieces created by Sarasvati that demonstrate an array of technical dance abilities on bungee, single point lyra, silks and slings, along with sustained physical partnering and the incorporation of film animation.  Dance, as is said, is a form of language that transcends not only cultures but also species. Dancers are storytellers who share their stories with their bodies, and the ability to '…
Tags: Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, critical zone
Wed, 06/24/2015 - 11:19am
DADA was a between-the-world-wars movement that is either responsible for or guilty of many of the art 'isms' that would decorate the twentieth century, depending on one's view about that history. Helen S. Lanier Distinguished Professor of English Jed Rasula has a new book out on the subject of DADA, recently reviewed in The Economist and the Los Angeles Times: When telling a story of individuals as incandescent as the Dadaists, it’s easy to…
Tags: commit, alumna, donor, critical zone, vision
Tue, 03/17/2015 - 10:04am
          Thinc week is March 23-27 on campus, and one of the many highlights will be a dance workshop led by Stanford University dance instructor Aleta Hayes, who uses dance and free movement as a route to leadership and collaboration: What new ways can we relate to one another? Experiential inquiry into concepts of social accupressure, viewing the view, opening to other’s realities, appreciation of tacit knowledge and mining social knots…
Tags: Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, quantum computing, critical zone, Germanic and Slavic Studies, Odyssey, Clarke Central
Thu, 09/25/2014 - 10:26am
The Hodgson Wind Ensemble presents a special Second Thursday Scholarship Series concert on Oct. 9, with a program featuring selections from "West Side Story." The concert also marks the Second Thursday debut of new director of bands in the Hodgson School of Music, Cynthia Johnston-Turner, with a program of music written entirely by American composers.:  Selections include Joan Tower’s Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman, No. 2, John Adams’ Short Ride…
Tags: critical zone, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, center for molecular medicine