"We can only attribute this accomplishment to the dedicated support from our campus and community partners. I am proud of the way the university is serving our veterans in their return to college," says Kyle McReynolds, U.S. Air Force veteran and president of the Student Veterans Association at UGA
"I've always taken my academics very seriously and they've been a top priority for me. To be recognized for that today and to be able to congratulate all the inductees was a huge honor. Today definitely ranks very high in all my accomplishments."
- Chantal Van Landeghem
UGA Swimming and Diving
"Networks on social media aren't designed by people in Silicon Valley. They are built one link at a time by users. And narcissists seem to be central to this build-out." - Keith Campbell, psychology researcher in the UGA Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
"I study metastatic prostate cancer, where there are few, if any effective treatments. Like many people who study cancer, I had a family member die of this disease and that resulted in a certain amount of passion."
"I wholeheartedly believe that UGA has given me the opportunities I needed to grow, explore and build a strong sense of community," says Urvashi, "The multiple experiences I’ve had over the years inside and outside the classroom have taught me the importance of academia, research, practice and collaboration."
We want more students to discover how they can make an impact.
That's why we're committed to removing barriers and opening doors by creating more scholarships for our students. [ Give.uga.edu Link ]
Last week, more than 225 UGA employees fanned out across Georgia contributing 550 total hours of community service with UGA Public Service and Outreach.
“I think we’re wired to try to make a difference,” says Shannon Wilder, director of the Office of Service-Learning. “We think about that every day ... how what we do really matters to the state of Georgia. Days like this are days that we can... View details ⇨
Congrats Laura Courchesne!
"Beyond having an incredible intellect, Laura also has profound empathy. Rhodes Scholars are not just smart—they make the world better. Laura is dedicated to that being her life's work."
The $30M gift from the Woodruff Foundation is the largest single gift ever received by the University of Georgia and will support student scholarships, one of the three main priorities of the Commit to Georgia Campaign.
The University of Georgia commits to raise $1.2 billion by 2020 to eliminate financial barriers for students, enhance the UGA learning environment, and solve grand challenges for our state and world. Learn more at give.uga.edu.
Tomorrow, UGA Undergraduate Admissions will release Early Action decisions and admit the newest bulldog members to the Class of 2021. To prepare for this big release, we talked with a handful of current University of Georgia students about how it felt when they found out they were admitted. #UGA21