As a part of the University of Georgia Office of Sustainability’s Earth Day programing, students and Athens community members participated in the Earth Day Global Community Cleanup on April 22-25.
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The winners of the 2021 UGA Campus Sustainability Grant were announced Dec. 18, 2020 and many of the projects are now being implemented, including the Residential Community Garden Pilot Program.
The University of Georgia is home to over 50,000 students, faculty and staff, as well as over 450 buildings. The large population gives the school potential to harm the environment on a large scale just from its day-to-day operations, making sustainable practices more important than ever.
Over the past decade, awareness for gender identities other than cisgender have increased alongside increased usage of gender neutral pronouns and more than one gendered pronoun.
While the holidays can be a time of joy and cheer, they can also be a time of excessive waste.
This year, 42 Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic, service and professional organizations are participating in the University of Georgia Greek Goes Green initiative, a sustainability project through UGA's Office of Sustainability.
The National Science Foundation has awarded researchers at the University of Georgia a $1 million grant to fund a new electron microscope on the UGA campus.