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  1. UGA presents 2015 President’s Fulfilling the Dream Award

    The University of Georgia presented four awards to Athens and university community members for exemplary community service Jan. 23 as part of the 12th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Breakfast sponsored by UGA, the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government and the Clarke County School District.
  2. UGA professor of veterinary pathology to receive 2015 Iverson Bell Award

    Dr. K. Paige Carmichael, a professor of veterinary pathology and the former associate dean for academic affairs in the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, has been chosen as the recipient of the 2015 Iverson Bell Award given by the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.
  3. Dr. Kecia Thomas appointed UGA Franklin College associate dean

    University of Georgia professor Kecia Thomas has been appointed associate dean for faculty leadership development and diversity in the University of Georgia Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.
  4. UGA’s Amazing Student: Sokngim Kin

    Sokngim Kim is on the path to becoming the first woman engineer in her home country of Cambodia who was educated in the U.S. She plans to return to Cambodia to improve its infrastructure and boost its economy.
  5. University of Georgia receives national diversity award

    The University of Georgia has been named a 2014 recipient of the INSIGHT Into Diversity Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award, a national recognition for its efforts to foster an inclusive, diverse campus.

News

Andrew Young to speak at MLK Freedom Breakfast Jan. 23

Ambassador Andrew Young, the former mayor of Atlanta, will be the keynote speaker for the 12th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Breakfast Jan. 23 at 7:30 a.m. in the Grand Hall of the Tate Student Center on the University of Georgia campus. Sponsored by UGA, the Athens-Clarke County Unified …

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Events

Betty Jean Craige Lecture

Loung Ung is an author and human rights activist dedicated to promoting equality, human rights and justice in her native country, Cambodia, and worldwide. Her visit to UGA is presented in partnership with the Department of Comparative Literature. She will deliver a talk titled “First They Killed My Father” as …

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