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Fall 2009

Spring 2009

  • Civil rights activist U.S. Representative John Lewis serves as keynote speaker at Freedom Breakfast
  • 2009 President's Fulfilling the Dream Awardees named
  • UGA honored at Florida-Georgia LSAMP conference

Fall 2008

  • OID sponsors second annual Diversity Days celebration and presents inaugural Embracing Diversity awards
  • UGA hosts the "I Have a Dream" Foundation's national conference
  • Freshmen set records for academic quality and diversity

Spring 2008

  • Georgia Labor Commissioner calls for unity on anniversary of UGA desegregation
  • Georgia Daze program brings high school students from underrepresented groups to campus to see what the Bulldog experience is all about
  • accounting professor Mark Dawkins named associate dean for Terry College academic programs

Fall 2007

  • Trailblazers' portraits unveiled
  • Greensboro Dreamers from Greene County visit campus
  • Mimi Sodhi and Ernest Brothers join UGA’s Office of Institutional Diversity to assist in campus-wide initiatives and programs

Spring 2007

  • Atlanta Mayor to deliver 18th annual Holmes-Hunter Lecture
  • CAES diversity relations director named national role model
  • award-winning journalist and UGA alumna Charlayne Hunter-Gault (ABJ ’63) returns to campus to receive a pair of honors

Fall 2006

  • Record high 16,000 applications for fall '06 with average SAT of 1232
  • Oluwamuye Felix Akinbote named 2006 Merage American Dream Fellow
  • Terry MBA students again finish in top three in National Black MBA Association - Daimler Chrysler Case Competition

Spring 2006

  • King Week kicks off with Annual Freedom Breakfast
  • ABC News correspondent Deborah Roberts ('82) returns to UGA to deliver Holmes/Hunter lecture
  • Rosa Parks remembered
  • College of Ed initiates conference on black issues in higher education
  • Miss Georgia, formerly Miss UGA, named first runner-up in 2006 Miss America competition in Las Vegas