Tue, 07/23/2019 - 2:40pm
Franklin double-major (psychology/biology) Lindsey Leonard’s passion is helping others to be both physically and mentally healthy. Her work with UGA Miracle has given her the chance to see how dedicated health care professionals can have a positive impact on the lives of others: I have realized over the last three years how amazing the faculty is at UGA and how dedicated they are to our professional betterment both in undergraduate and beyond. I…
Mon, 06/24/2019 - 1:50pm
During Julia Turpin’s freshman year, she participated in the University of Georgia’s Theatre in London study abroad program. This is where she first learned about performing arts medicine, a practice that emerged in the late 20th century. Much like sports medicine, the medical professionals who practice performing arts medicine are artists themselves and therefore more familiar with the types of injuries that artists sustain. “Julia represents…
Fri, 02/01/2019 - 11:33am
Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta this weekend presents many opportunities for UGA students and alumni on and off the field. Georgia Bulldogs are well-represented on both teams, with Franklin College majors (communications studies - Wilson and Michel) on opposing sides of the ball: When Super Bowl LIII comes to Atlanta, it brings with it a week of opportunities for University of Georgia students to learn management skills and gain behind-the-scenes…
Tue, 10/03/2017 - 11:22am
The Department of Energy’s Agile BioFoundry announced October 2 the commencement of seven projects with industry partners and a University of Georgia microbiology lab under the recent $5M Directed Funding Opportunity: The Agile BioFoundry is focused on developing, deploying and uniting tools, technologies, software, and instrumentation across the National Laboratory system for the robust and predictive engineering of biology for the production…
Tags: sports, meeting, Institute for Women's Studies
Fri, 09/01/2017 - 3:27pm
  It's that time again - the University of Georgia Bulldogs open up the 2017 football season this weekend at Sanford Stadium against Appalachian State University. We send our best wishes for a great season to every player, coach and staff member on the team, and especially all the Franklin College student-athletes who will take the field tomorrow - Sony Michel (communication studies), Lorenzo Carter (psychology), Jonathan Ledbetter (biology) and…
Tags: Food Process Research and Development Laboratory, longevity
Wed, 07/15/2015 - 10:32am
Analogies can be highly effective expressions of a point that seems to go missing and/or is very difficult to understand - take the point, for example, that the Earth's resources are indeed exhaustible and need to be conserved, protected, enhanced and replenished: "You can think of the Earth like a battery that has been charged very slowly over billions of years," said the study's lead author, John Schramski, an associate professor in UGA's…
Tags: Department of Psychology, Computer Science, sports, Exhibit Opening, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, Thinc. at UGA
Tue, 06/03/2014 - 9:45am
More potentially transformative new research from the department of genetics, this time in the realm of transportation fuels. For sometime now, biofuels have held great promise - and have been the focus of great controversy. But the economics of the conversion process of grasses to fuels may have finally seen its last barrier fall: Pre-treatment of the biomass feedstock—non-food crops such as switchgrass and miscanthus—is the step of breaking…
Tags: Human Nature, sports, privacy, student-athletes