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600 Students to Volunteer for Dawg Day of Service 2017

Aug 23, 2017
UGA Today

Hundreds of UGA students are taking time out for a good cause this weekend. On Saturday, Aug. 26, approximately 600 University of Georgia students will serve nearly 20 organizations around the Athens area for the sixth annual Dawg Day of Service. Organized by the Student Affairs Center for Leadership and Service, Dawg Day of Service is a day of volunteering open to the university community. Students volunteer with local organizations throughout Athens-Clarke County and have the opportunity to build relationships with their peers while helping local residents.

UGA's Class of 2021 Setting Records

Aug 10, 2017
grady.uga.edu

The latest class of University of Georgia students is once again setting records. The class of 2021 has 4.0 average GPA and a record average ACT score of 30. More than 5,800 incoming freshmen will begin studying this fall. They were selected from a pool of nearly 24,500 applicants, a record number which is a 20% increase in just four years. Alton Standifer is the Director of New Student Orientation.

“We are really excited for what this class brings to UGA,” Standifer said. “There are some of the cream of the crop.”

UGA's Class of 2021 Setting Academic Records

Aug 10, 2017
uga.edu

The latest class of University of Georgia students is once again setting records. The class of 2021 has 4.0 average GPA and a record average ACT score of 30. More than 5,800 incoming freshmen will begin studying this fall. They were selected from a pool of nearly 24,500 applicants, a record number which is a 20% increase in just four years.

Research and development expenditures have significantly increased for the fourth consecutive year at the University of Georgia.

The total represents a 31 percent increase in research and development expenditures since the 2013 fiscal year. For fiscal year 2017, R&D expenditures are at an all time high of $458 million.

UGA's Regenerative Lab

Aug 2, 2017

In this episode host April Sorrow speaks with Dr. Luke Mortensen about some of his work with the Regenerative Bioscience Center, including Microscopy a process that allows scientists to see into live animal cells at even a sub cellular level.

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