International

International

  

TrowelBlazers - Raising Horizons

Mary Leakey.jpgAn international collaboration dedicated to outreach activities aimed at encouraging participation of women and underrepresented groups in archaeological, geological, and palaeontological science, Trowelblazers has convened and participated in panels discussing women in science at the Royal Society and the London Feminist Conference, and a wide variety of events and activities including the...

A Globally-Engaged University

OIE.pngA vital protein in the lifeblood of UGA is international engagement. As a beacon for scholars and students from around the world, the university serves the citizens of state of Georgia as its flagship. Students from our state come to UGA because the world is here; the world comes to Athens because UGA is here. The relationship is mutually-beneficial and defining.

  

John Daniel "Jack" Kehoe, 1927 – 2016

Kehoe teaser.jpgFaculty member, leader and great friend of the University of Georgia, the Franklin College, and the Lamar Dodd School of Art Jack Kehoe passed away on December 16. From the Cortona Italy Alumni Association:

“Jack” Kehoe, a native of Michigan, was recognized internationally as an extraordinarily talented artist, respected educator, and a true Renaissance man in every sense.  He was a wonderful father and devoted...

Study in a Second Discipline: Digital Humanities

DHI teaser.jpgEnglish Professor Roxanne Eberle has been awarded the opportunity to work in the Provost’s Office Study in a Second Discipline program to learn more about the methods, issues, and tools in the Digital Humanities:

The main focus of this endeavor is to gain skills in TEI and XML with the goal of creating a digital edition of Amelia Alderson Opie’s letters. Opie was a well-...

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