Fri, 07/27/2018 - 3:16pm
The Franklin Residential College, the only student-governed residential college at the University of Georgia, is entering its nineteenth year as faculty and staff gear up to welcome 90 Franklin Residential College (FRC) members to their home in Rutherford Hall. Our incoming transfer student and first-year members are showing their excitement through posts to FRC social media under the hashtags #frcintroduction and #frcnewmembers. We’re excited…
Tags: Franklin Residential College, #frcnewmembers, Students, Campus, Fall, Move-in, Social Media
Fri, 02/05/2016 - 10:29am
Comment on dit, "world class university?" UGA has the programs and the people that make it second-to-none in teaching and learning foreign languages - a set of capabilities that is the sine qua non for a premier university: “It’s a truly diverse blend, that both harkens back to the roots of classical liberal arts education as it builds on the world as we know it today and looks forward to both the challenges and the opportunities of the future…
Tags: UGA Innovation Gateway, Move-in, State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Athens Flute Choir, University of Georgia Griffin
Thu, 05/07/2015 - 11:18am
When UGA began working in earnest to set the stage to expand its engineering programs in the early 2000s, the goals and ambitions of the expansion were focused on new opportunities for students. Comprehensive engineering in a liberal arts environment is more than a catchphrase - it is a potential gateway to changing the nature of the engineering disciplines themselves: making engineering design solutions more responsive to and reflective of the…
Tags: The Georgia Review, Move-in, Department of Psychology, critical thinking, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, exercise
Thu, 09/19/2013 - 9:04am
UGA and the Franklin College welcome Nikola Madzirov, a Macedonian poet whose work has been translated into 30 languages and published around the globe, to Athens to deliver two back-to-back events on Friday Sept. 20 at Ciné, 234 W. Hancock Ave., sponsored by the University of Georgia Creative Writing Program and the departments of Germanic and Slavic studies and comparative literature. Madzirov describes his native Macedonia as a space…
Tags: 2, 1, marine sciences, Move-in, microbiome, Laboratory of Archeology
Tue, 04/16/2013 - 9:23am
In 1942 when he was just 20 years of age, Norbert Friedman was interned at a labor camp along with his father, uncles and all the able-bodied men of Wielopole, his grandparents' village in Eastern Poland. Four weeks later, 50 members of his family—including his mother, 10-year-old brother and grandparents—were killed in the Belzec extermination camp. Friedman weighed just 80 pounds when American soldiers found him in 1945, emaciated and legs…
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