Karen Burg has been appointed as the UGA's new vice president of research, effective July 1.
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The National Science Foundation has awarded researchers with the University of Georgia’s Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases a $1.6 …
The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships awarded seven University of Georgia graduate students and six UGA alumni the NSF national award that recognizes emerging scientists and engineers. The winners will receive three years of financial support that includes $34,000 annual stipend.
The National Science Foundation fellows are anticipated to become experts who can contribute to research, teaching, and innovations in science…
The Coweeta Long Term Ecological Research program is winding down after decades of data collection. The program will officially end in December after its proposal for renewal was rejected.
The University of Georgia is ranked America’s No. 1 public flagship university for Ph.D.s awarded to black students.
Hidden away on the fourth floor of the University of Georgia’s Edgar L. Rhodes Center for Animal and Dairy Science, researchers in the Regenerative Bioscience Center are making strides in the field of cell biology.
The University of Georgia engineering program, in conjunction with James Madison University, was recently awarded funding by the National Scie…
Suzanne Barbour, program director at the National Science Foundation, has been named dean of the Graduate School at the University of Georgia, effective July 13.