Tue, 04/10/2018 - 12:12pm
Presentations on the best of UGA undergraduate research are underway at the annual CURO Symposium, held this year on April 9-10 at the Classic Center in downtown Athens: Hosted by CURO, the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities, this year’s symposium is the largest to date, with more than 575 participants. These undergraduates are pursuing 103 different majors from 14 UGA schools and colleges. Collectively, they are conducting research…
Tags: Religion, graduate students, Human Nature, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, resistance, breeding, Lunar New year
Fri, 03/02/2018 - 12:47pm
狗年大吉 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…
Tags: Academic Calendar, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Fulbright, Department of Microbiology
Fri, 09/22/2017 - 2:02pm
The 2017 Institute of Bioinformatics annual symposium on Monday, September 25 focuses on the structured ecological community that regulates how the Earth functions in practically every way, from energy consumption to respiration: the microbiome, a collective term for the multitude of microbial communities that form critical components of biological systems ranging from human health to agriculture and the environment. Microbiome research…
Tags: Lunar New year, Human Nature, industry
Thu, 09/07/2017 - 10:54am
"These thinkers are at the leading edge of research and innovation worldwide, and their enthusiasm to join us for the launch of the Willson Center's 30th anniversary shows how highly our humanities and arts programs are regarded globally," Allen said. "History, music, literature, dance, philosophy, art—all are critical to our university, our society and our economy. Congratulations to the Willson Center, an important source of ongoing support…
Tags: State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Institute of Native American Studies, Lunar New year, Department of History and the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute
Fri, 04/08/2016 - 12:35pm
Earlier this week, more than 400 students participated in the annual two-day Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) symposium at the Classic Center in downtown Athens. Showcasing their research knowledge through poster sessions and presentations, this year’s group of students represented a cross-section of the Franklin College departments. Students' broad research interests included everything from chemistry, computer science and…
Tags: Religion, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Human Nature, Lunar New year
Mon, 10/06/2014 - 9:51am
It's one of the world's great iconic structures, a cultural symbol as well as an artifact and a living presence in one of the world's great metropolises. Even from a distance, the Parthenon inspires, compels and provokes as it connects past to present. All this and more awaits at an upcoming international symposium at UGA on the restoration of the great structure: "Rethinking the Parthenon: Color, Materiality and Aesthetics" Oct. 17-18. The…
Tags: blues, Lunar New year, culture, #MeToo
Mon, 03/17/2014 - 9:49am
The classics department in collaboration with the Georgia Regents University/UGA Medical Partnership, will host a two-day symposium designed to find relevant historical practices that are useful to modern-day physicians: Events will be held March 23-24 on both the UGA main campus and the Health Sciences Campus. Experts in ancient medicine and modern medical practices will present workshops, panel discussions and a keynote address. "Methods of…
Tags: Office of Development and Alumni Relations, recording, Lunar New year
Thu, 10/03/2013 - 10:47am
Modernist painting has a very strong pull and appeal, whether or not one is familiar with its history. The forms and images that were created in the early part of the 20th century speak to something elemental within all of us, a natural aesthetic ease accessed by painting, music and literature that is simple yet challenging. It's a dichotomy to which we respond well - and at least one reason that the work of Paul Klee, Erik Satie and James Joyce…
Tags: Hindu, 1, Lunar New year